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Solid 15 years plus experience as a Full Stack and Hybrid Designer, Developer and Tester, also have led teams as a Technical Lead Developer for over a solid 13 years.

Solid 15 years plus experience as a Full Stack and Hybrid Designer, Developer and Tester, also, have led teams as a Technical Lead Developer for over solid 13 years.

 My blog is about Full Stack Design, Development and Testing, which will have many tips and useful information for new starters and for those who want to explore the filed of been Full Stack Designer/Developer/Tester or like myself be an all around in our field of professional.

My blog posts will have code samples from my live projects and I will be sharing Best Practices on how to do design/development/testing the right way. I will be also sharing ISO 9001 End to End Testing path and what do an organisation require in order to get ISO 9001 certification and why it is important for Software Organisation to have ISO 9001.

In my blog posts, I will be sharing how I began my journey as a Full Stack designer, developer and tester and how I managed to stay up to date with the industry changes and best practices.

you will find many code samples and demo projects and templates which you will be able to use for your projects or tasks also I will be talking about Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) and DevOps.

My blog information is my own views, thoughts and wording and I am happy to share my professional knowledge with those who wish to learn or explore the field of Software Production.

My blog will have many useful Hybrid designs and development information, design samples, code samples and how to’s. I will be also talking about best practices in managing projects and teams.


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