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|programmers name:|| freelance2860
|freelance experiences:||Programming Languages:
HTML, CSS, ActionScript - 4 years
Java - 4 years
C++ - 2 years
JSP, PHP - 2 years
Python - 2 years
Flex Framework - 1 year
Blender - 4 years
Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects - 4 years
Maya - 3 years
ZBrush - 2 years
I have worked in the Digital Media Center at Pacific Lutheran University from 2005 to 2009. During that time, I have created creative digital content that includes movies and 2-d art (both static and dynamic). I have been a primary model and texture artist under both the Blender and Maya frameworks for all CG-related projects form 2007 to 2009.
Insofar as programming, I worked on a team that developed a web-based, auto-updating database that allowed users to track software and hardware changes in labs throughout PLU. This project incorporated Java, JSP, Actionscript, and (obviously) html and css. Additionally, I have written scripts for the lightweight distributed tasking interface called Dr. Queue that allowed integration of Rhino and Blender-based render engines.|
|projects:||Currently, I am working in Flex to develop an application that will allow a client of mine to track bidding opportunities and contracts. |
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