Interview with Viktor

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Hello! My name is Viktor. I am a Senior full-stack Web developer.

I’ve been doing Web development for the last 10 years working with customers from the US, Canada, Europe, Australia, Ukraine and Russia. I have a huge expertise in complicated client-side development using Angular/Angular 2.  I am a tough back-end developer too. For this purpose, I use Node.js and PHP frameworks such as Express/Koa, Meteor, Zend Framework, Yii2, Silex and Symfony2. For mobile development, I use PhoneGap, Cordova and Ionic frameworks.

I will be happy to start working on your project and begin new challenging tasks. Ready to become a part of a big team or develop your project individually. You’ll get trusted and responsible developer, who will implement best-known practices providing high-quality code. You can always expect clear communication and great results working with me. If you need a tough professional and not just another junior developer, hiring me will be the right choice!

Looking forward to seeing your offers. See you soon, bye!

We are looking forward to meeting you on our website soshace.com

 

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