Jaquarh
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About

Freelance:

You can find me on Fiverr.com or visit my website.

Currently:

Serving in the British Armed Forces, Infantry.

Check out my Kenya deployment video where I wore a GoPro the entire tour on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7NlyRhC-UDM


Recent projects you should deffo go check out!

PHP PDO Skeleton: PDOEasy

  • After seeing a lot of questions oriented around databases on SO, I decided to make an easy implantation of PDO for PHP. You can build robust data models securely and easy.

PHP LibSodium Container: PHPEncrypter

  • After becoming very curious after PHP 7.2 releasing LibSodium as an extension, I wanted to simplify it. A simple, yet effective trait to deploy into any environment allowing the encrypting, decrypting and signing/verifying of data.

Java Server: Iezon EasyServer

  • This is a prebuilt Server which you simply just add a handler too! It uses NIO to allow multiple clients and authorisation concepts.

Personal interest's and hobbies:

I am a security and network enthusiast who endures programming and is where most my time is spent. I have recently taken on a huge interest in DevOps and CI Pipelines in the Kubernetes and Docker lifecycle. Scaling services horizontally whilst reducing resources vertically, as well as costs, is a great, whilst modern, solution and clusters seem to be the leading factor of such. I focus largely on core principles as oppose to frameworks, although I do believe: "why re-invent the wheel if it already exists?"; the security implications is how do you maintain it without being a collaborator? Thus, one should always seek to understand their dependencies for CI.


Languages and interests:

  • Fullstack PHP, Java & JS
  • SQL
  • Docker & Docker-Compose
  • Kubernetes
  • Linux (Bash)
  • C#/.NET
  • Python

Best Practice:

Only writes OO although might add prodedural hooks.


What if..?

Considers readability and maintainance important.


Favorite Quote:

"A developer knows when he has achieved perfection
not when there is nothing left to add, but nothing left to take away."

More Funny Quote:

"It should be noted that no ethically-trained software engineer would ever consent to write a DestroyBaghdad procedure. Basic professional ethics would instead require him to write a DestroyCity procedure, to which Baghdad could be given as a parameter."

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