|location||London, United Kingdom|
|visits||member for||1 year, 7 months|
|seen||Dec 17 '12 at 15:30|
I am dedicated to follwing TDD, clean code and the agile manifesto. I understand that design patterns go beyond MVC and Factory, and am a big fan of Robert C. Martins and Martin Fowlers writing. I think pair programming and cleaning up code after it is passing tests should be mandatory, in order to keep the code base light and changes simple. I would consider myself a journeyman to software craftsmanship, and take joy in the fact that the journey is never ending in this vast field.
I believe that my good communication skills and ability to explain complex problems and systems in different levels of abstraction, help to make it easy for my peers to understand them better. I am a team player at heart, and think success and failure is shared by everyone in the team.
I am currently self studying F# and believe that functional programming paradigms should be adopted and considered side by side with object orientated and procedural ones, depending on the problem at hand.
I do not hold a degree in computer science, but am constantly exercising my maths and algorithmic skills in my spare time, on sites like project euler.
I am a linux geek at heart, but am equally as fond of the MS technology dotNET stack, as the speed and safety at which it allows for applications to evolve is amazing.
|bio||website||martin.schinz.de/blog||visits||member for||1 year, 7 months|
|location||London, United Kingdom||seen||Dec 17 '12 at 15:30|