Freelance web developer
AJ is a professional developer with more than 15 years (that's ~ 30.000 hours!) of work experience in backend programming and UX for the web.
Areas of expertise:
Web applications using Python and Django
This is my preferred programming language and framework nowadays, providing the perfect setup for smart and simple web solutions. If needed, I can also work with PHP and Zend Framework or Ruby and Rails.
I like jQuery and JS and I try to make the most from it to give users an smooth and enjoyable web experience.
Always up to date with the latest W3C standars
Working already with the parts of HTML5 and CSS3 supported by major browsers. I also care about accessibility and usability. It is my opinion that as web developers we have the responsibility to ensure everybody gets the same easy access to the content.
Graphic Design for the Web
I have a degree in Arts and worked as a graphic designer for the first few years of my career. Nowadays I look for subtle designs and I care for my typography.
Linux server admin.
Experience in managing dedicated and cloud linux servers, either Centos/RHEL or Debian/Ubuntu: Apache, Bind, Postfix, Qmail, MySQL, webmin,...
- Some interesting ideas: "An Architecture for Django Templates": https://t.co/ARAx6TR6r2
- RT @Cmdr_Hadfield: With deference to the genius of David Bowie, here's Space Oddity, recorded on Station. A last glimpse of the World. http…
- Inspiring example of data visualisation: @googleideas network mapper, featuring the links around Syria’s president Bashar al-Assas.
- RT @TheNextWeb: 20 Incredibly useful tools and resources for Web designers http://t.co/Vjbl2stcu0 by @harrisonweber
- RT @newsycombinator: A non-mathematical explanation of one way functions http://t.co/lqmHdLpk0M
- La mortalidad de colonias de abejas llega en algunos países al 53% | Greenpeace España http://t.co/aJ51QNNoY1 via @greenpeace_esp
- I specially like Alex Martelli’s speak “Good enough is good enough”: http://t.co/8yKnrJTEJE #pycon
- PyCon2013 slides: https://t.co/wcBz4CpnbP. And videos: http://t.co/dGLjEF9qUn #pycon
- RT @IEEEorg: New #computer login system relies on brain signals rather than passwords http://t.co/C4X5KptxlK via @NBCNewsTech
- RT @hmason: Dizzyingly cool: Google Street View Hyperlapse http://t.co/uGhmVaZWkc
- RT @SaraJChipps: Starting to wonder how much of my experience of the world is customized for me.
- Algorithms to surface interesting content (very interesting themselves!): http://t.co/pAWGG3Nj46 via @heyzap
- Who invented the first light bulb? Nope, not Edison: Historical ‘Facts’ That Are Not True: http://t.co/oHKgquerRZ
- Free ebook (until 30 April): Perspectives on the Management of Technology, by Gerard H. Gaynor, via IEEE USA: http://t.co/y3b1u9FGKU
- Students Develop Device That Mimics Brain: http://t.co/hBcRvnK0TG
- RT @dalmaer: "When I breathe air I can taste the WiFi in it." Maybe we will evolve to be able to detect and connect? :)
- RT @greenpeace_esp: Y mientras la expedición avanza en el #Ártico, seguimos sumando firmas para un Ártico libre de compañías petrolífera ...
- I just donated to #Wikipedia to help keep it free! #keepitfree http://t.co/1BSH9mJRxt
- Firma para pedir la DEROGACIÓN de la Ley 10/2012 de Tasas Judiciales https://t.co/fkgP48Wm6X via @change
- RT @rdfrs: A New Era - US Stops Using Chimps for Medical Research - by Cadell Last http://t.co/4xTntl9n8b