Windows/Linux/Mac + Easy Multi-platform Deployment
I’m a PC and Mac guy, I started out as a PC person and quickly moved to a Mac for all my frontend work and design. I picked up Vim and terminal and have been traversing the command line ever since. Configuring and creating applications from dotnet-cli feels more natural in an open-source world. I really thought pre- .NET 4.6 that the world was looking extremely gray for Microsoft with the technologies that exploded in 2015-2017. They must have begged Google for the Typescript nod on Angular 2 over ES6 and Babel.js (which was my bet), after that, it bought them enough time to release the cut-down version of what many referred to as an “Open source .NET”, correct it, and now develop perfecting it. Today, I have to tip my cap to them and pretty much every open-source or proprietary developer working on a framework or library these past 2 years. With all the languages moving forward and agreeing with each other (even WP-REST gives you the chance to use the backend advantages of WP with any JSON-reading language a.k.a. all modern languages not just PHP, need proof, this post here brought to you by WordPress + React + Dotnet Core 2.0 ) this couldn’t be a more exciting time to be a developer, and yet also very distracting and overwhelming time on occasion. Luckily, most companies haven’t come close to catching up to the development community but a huge needs for .NET Developers, Python Developers and UI Front End AngularJs/Angular 2-4 Typescript 2 Developers. If you are looking for an opportunity and are a .NET, Python, or Front End JS developer with 2 years experience signup for information on our development group and some very exclusive opportunities within the core members’ teams at some excellent firms/corporations/small businesses.