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<b>Welcome</b> electronic traveler!
 
<b>Welcome</b> electronic traveler!
You have managed to find the wikipage of Rob Smith, a senior PHP and MySQL web developer located in the greater Seattle area. I'm always looking for work, so feel free to check my [https://www.kormoc.com/resume resume] and toss me a message. I tend to specialize in high traffic/high availability websites, but my skills are just as useful for smaller sites. I also have a fair bit of system administration experience with Linux and *BSD servers, including web clustering, load balancing, active fail over, and general networking.
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You have managed to find the wikipage of Rob Smith, a senior PHP and MySQL web developer located in the greater Seattle area. I'm always looking for work, so feel free to check my [http://www.kormoc.com/resume resume] and toss me a message. I tend to specialize in high traffic/high availability websites, but my skills are just as useful for smaller sites. I also have a fair bit of system administration experience with Linux and *BSD servers, including web clustering, load balancing, active fail over, and general networking.
  
 
I hang out on freenode (irc.freenode.net) as kormoc.
 
I hang out on freenode (irc.freenode.net) as kormoc.

Latest revision as of 02:44, 6 December 2010

Welcome electronic traveler! You have managed to find the wikipage of Rob Smith, a senior PHP and MySQL web developer located in the greater Seattle area. I'm always looking for work, so feel free to check my resume and toss me a message. I tend to specialize in high traffic/high availability websites, but my skills are just as useful for smaller sites. I also have a fair bit of system administration experience with Linux and *BSD servers, including web clustering, load balancing, active fail over, and general networking.

I hang out on freenode (irc.freenode.net) as kormoc.