As a freelance programmer, knowledgeable with the latest web development technologies, Jon Eyrick leads California based company ‘jagged software’ on its mission to create engaging interactive applications and bring forth a new generation of fun, cross-platform HTML5 games for all ages.
As a programmer, I tirelessly test the complex so you see just simplicity.
First hand experience with the latest web development technologies. Server programmer familiar with databases, scalability, and security. Systems builder. I am best at configuring servers for high scalability environments, automating parts of your business, or blueprinting and developing some custom software.
My favorite skill is the ability to split large scale projects and huge challenges or problems into a series of achievable tasks and the ability to envision the big picture when it’s still a long term goal.
Able to construct systems for merchant processing, web scraping, big data, dashboards and business analytics.
Programming is a passion of mine. I am one person who will never tell you ‘no, it cannot be done.’
The only limit is your imagination. jagged software is a small team made up of some very talented individuals.
We are up for a challenge, we love doing things that have never been done before.
If you can dream it, we can do it.
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TECHNOLOGY: Stratford, Ontario has been internationally recognized as a digital technology centre and a “smart city”. For the past three years Stratford has placed in the Top 7 Intelligent Communities for 2011. In 2013 Stratford was beat out by Taichung City, Taiwan, which has a population of over 2.3 million people. Each of the Top 7 Communities recognized by the Intelligent Community Forum “exemplifies best practices in broadband deployment and use, workforce development, innovation, digital inclusion and advocacy that offer lessons to regions, cities, towns and villages around the world”. Stratford was being considered a “smart city” for the introduction of citywide Wi-Fi in 2010, the opening of the University of Waterloo Stratford Campus, which specializes, in digital media and information technology, and as the home of the technology forum Canada 3.0 and various technology companies.