Ben is a largely self disciplined programmer. His zest to find solutions and unfettered methodology lend familiarity to existing language paradigms including the procedural C, C# and ActionScript 3; the functional F# and Caml; and most recently Python and Ruby. Ben has applied his functionality first philosophy to embedded software and theatre electrics as well as the bread & butter workstation and server projects for IT support industry clientele.Ben is currently designing a parallel functional language he describes as “the language I wish I’d learned” which will debut on the .Net CLR; and also hopes to, in time, publish a cogent quantum physics handbook.
Full-time, Part-time and Contract Jobs
- If you still need to use Java, you should update to the latest version. 40 security issues fixed in the update http://t.co/PyOvOIXEKu
- Intro to Web Workers http://t.co/hBnjlrzvKo
- W3C Pointer Events Gains Further Web Momentum with Patch For Mozilla Firefox - http://t.co/5ImG1NJFSx
- How browser feedback affects user perception of website speed by Steve Souders http://t.co/LMDsY5zDLI