Isaac (gorgonous) wrote in lj_dev,

Mah biscuits isa burnin'!

Okay, so the subject doesn't have anything to do with this post.. just thought I'd have something different than "Introduction", and Yosemite Sam was the first thing that came to mind.

By day I do part time tech support <slight shudder>, mixed in with whatever Scott and I (We work together) can come up with having to do with the servers/network/coding/reader boards/etc. By night I do web development for a firm based in Utah. My latest project was developing a shopping cart based on PHP/MySQL. It was pretty fun. Only took a few days.

Here's my list o' things I know off the top of my head:
PHP, Perl, MySQL, JS, HTML, design, a bit of C/C++, Linux, swearing at Linux, networking.. Those are the things that I can think of that would be applicable to LJ somehow.

What I would like to do:
Anything. I think LJ is really cool and I want to give back to it, and I love learning new things. I believe that I could accomplish both by lending a helping hand, I just need general ideas laid out for me to see the current state of things.

So, yeah. Hope I can contribute and offer useful ideas.

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