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jOOPL: object-oriented programming for JavaScript

, 30 Jan 2013 Apache
Discover a modern, solid, and powerful way of leveraging object-oriented programming on the Web and anywhere.

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Matías Fidemraizer
Software Developer (Senior)
Spain Spain
Matías Fidemraizer is a professional with competence in software project management, architecture and development.
 
Young, having vocation in software, he's primarily self-taught and he has acquired more than 5 years of strictly R&D and innovation in a variety of scopes and businesses.
 
Being a quality lover, he develops stable, easily scalable and solid technical solutions, which is a direct consequence of introducing industry de facto standards in production processes, without losing the chance of working best with things that covered previous successful projects.
 
Mainly, his projects have been in Microsoft environments, basically focusing them in the development of state-of-the-art solutions using well-known technologies like .NET Framework, ASP.NET, SharePoint, SQL Server, C# and Visual Studio, also taking most-popular open source products, like NHibernate, Castle Windsor, Ninject or Enterprise Library, and more.
 
His main focus have been Web technologies since their early stages, either as regular user and software developer, taking advantage of Microsoft environments, he's a Web, software as a service (SaaS) and cloud computing specialist.

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