Here are my links:
I'm based in Palm Bay, FL. I am willing to relocate anywhere. I have previous experience working remote and on distributed teams, so remote positions are great too.
I'm not concerned with company size (see my goals below), however start-ups and nonprofits are particularly encouraged to reach out. ❤️
I solve problems. I've been doing this for a long time (I got my first paying job coding in 1999). I'm not tied to technology or development methodology. I use the tools I have to fix what's broken and bring value to my stake holders. What tools I don't have, I learn, or make. There's no shame in buying or delegating either! 😎 (tools in this sense include tech, languages, platforms, as well as patterns, domain knowledge, and project management and methodology concepts)
I've worked in a lot of languages over the years. I've also picked up many on the job.
Lets not get bogged down in what I know, lets talk about what I've done, what I can learn, and what I can do.
Real talk: I want to be useful. That's my goal. I enjoy working on close-knit teams, but I'm self-directed and work well independently. The main thing is making an impact. Second to that, I want to learn new things, grow as an engineer, and do interesting work.
I'm open to out-of-the-box collections of responsibilities. I was once "The Gunslinger", working independently on high-risk, high-value projects. I often cross-train in other departments. I jump into help queues. I hang out with accountants and sales people. I do field work. I break down barriers.
I am eager to leverage my experience, love of collaboration, and attention to detail in unique and interesting ways.
For example: My resume may paint me as a "devop" or "programmer" but maybe what you really need is:
Let's work together to create a role where I can be the catalyst of everything your organization needs to be better. That's what I want to do. 💖