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Full Stack Java Developer, Dudley UK

👋 Hi, I’m James. and I'm a Java developer from a little town called Dudley in the United Kingdom. I'm currently looking for full time employment. If you're hiring reach out to me at: james@codehorror.com

I write applications that run on the desktop, mobile, web and servers. I prefer writing cross-platform, performant, desktop applications.

What I Know

I've been programming for over 20 years. I've used a lot of languages and technologies. Today I spend much of my time writing Java.

Languages

  • Java
  • Kotlin

Package Managers

  • Gradle
  • Maven
  • Ant

Unit Testing

  • TDD
  • JUnit Jupiter

Application Development

  • AWT
  • Swing

Mobile

  • Android Studio

Backend

  • Spring & Springboot

Frontend

  • HTML & Emmet
  • CSS, SASS & Bootstrap 5
  • JavaScript
  • ReactJS & Redux

Devops

  • Docker
  • Vagrant
  • Virtualbox
  • Security

Software Design

  • UML
  • Design Patterns
  • OOP

IDE

  • Neovim
  • NetBeans

Currently Reading

  • Filthy Rich Clients, Chet Haase
  • Enterprise Design Patterns, Gregor Hohpe

Hobbies and Interests

  • 2D Game development with Godot
  • Making music using Renoise
  • Spending time with my German Shepard puppy
  • Hiking and camping

Social Media

I don't use social media. It's a distraction. I plan on recording Java tutorials in the near future.

Popular repositories

  1. My personal neovim lua configuration

    Lua

  2. Config files for my GitHub profile.

10 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

August 2022

Created 2 repositories

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