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bio website ianspence.com
location Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
age 21
visits member for 3 years, 1 month
seen Nov 2 '13 at 6:46

Hi there, I'm Ian Spence! I am a full-stack web engineer and mobile application developer.

I am a Jr. Web Developer at Fortinet Technologies Inc and studied Enterprise Network Systems Administration and Network Security at the British Columbia Institute of Technology. I am a passionate mobile and web developer who loves working with security.

I am skilled in many areas of Web Development using powerful frameworks like Django (Python), Sinatra (Ruby), PHP. As well, I am also skilled in front-end Web Design using jQuery, Angular, and other Javascript engines.

For mobile development, I am very skilled in Objective-C and have some experience using Swift. I am also able to develop Android applications in Java.

Outside of development, I have skills in these areas:

  • Linux Administration (RHEL, SuSE)
  • Unix Administration (Solaris)
  • SQL Database Administration
  • Enterprise networking (CCNA Routing and Switching Certified)
  • Microsoft Active Directory (including Microsoft Office Exchange)
  • Windows Server 2008 and 2012 Administration
  • Virtualization (HyperV, Azure, VirtualBox & Oracle Containers, VMWare)
  • Enterprise VoIP (Cisco Voice and Microsoft Offline Lync)
  • Web Server Configuration (including Apache & NGINX)

You can reach me through the contact form on my website, Twitter, LinkedIn, or email.


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comment Projecting image from computer that is a distance away
Perfect! Yes, we would never use the audio in the converter, as the computer is running in the tech booth we would have our own audio system set up.
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comment Projecting image from computer that is a distance away
Alright, I understand. I was just trying to find some cheaper options. But if the product you linked me is the one you think is best, We'll order it.
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What about something like this combo (With a 200ft Cat5e) link and link
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