Brighton, United Kingdom
Looking for: Permanent / Freelance
I've worked hard, sure, but I've been lucky.
Really, stupid, Zack-Morris lucky. Over the last ten years, I’ve had the fortune to work with the best people to build some of the world’s most demanding projects. I’ve managed to make problem solving into a career that has spanned three continents. I've built large, cutting edge projects for the likes of Red Nose Day, Sport Relief, Children In Need, Stand Up To Cancer, Live Below the Line, UNICEF, BBC News, Channel 4, Random House, MTV and Virgin, amongst others.
And now I want to work with you. Why? Because you have something you want to create, something amazing. And I want to be be there when it happens.
Architecture and design of large, distributed web applications; front-end design and development; API design; copywriting, including exquisite punmanship; project management, documentation, and much, much more.
You might say I have a very particular set of skills, skills I have acquired over a very long career. Skills that make me a dream come true for people like you. If you're not interested in hiring me, that will be the end of it. I will not look for you, I will not pursue you. But if you are, I will look for you, I will find you and will help you achieve your goals.
Because what I do is make your ideas a reality, in the best possible way. I’m not interested in ego and I don’t care about hierarchy: I care about leaving the world better than how I found it, and about why we do what we do.
This is covered in much more detail on http://yourheropaul.com
What I look for
My primary professional goal is to work on a cool project which has a net positive impact on the world. I will consider any position, role, brief, debrief or number which conforms to that goal.
Anywhere; I work remotely.
How to contact me
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or through any of the options on my website: http://yourheropaul.com/#contact
Let them know you found their profile at http://www.golangprojects.com
(Everyone wants to know how they were found)