.NET, particularly C#.NET is the framework I am most knowledgeable
on - It's also one of the ones I love to work with most.
Having worked on many web-facing applications, both in my free time and professionally, HTML
and CSS have been absolute must knows since a very early period. I have extensively used
HTML 5 and CSS3 together and am really
enjoying what the latest iteration of the HTML standard has brought to the table, especially
in the realms of rich graphical interfaces and real time communications between server and
working with all of them.
PHP is the first "server-side" language I ever picked up, possibly even the first language
altogether. Although one of the first learnt, I certainly never got anywhere near mastering
the use of it, nor have I ever had experience with the technology in a professional
enviroment. I do still have some personal projects I continue to maintain written on PHP/MySQL stack though.
From Terminal operating systems to remote wind-farm monitoring systems,
content management systems to web stores,
global industry leading products to small bespoke applications,
I have worked in a vast array of industries & on a vast array of products; each time taking
new challenges in my stride and adapting to new situations quickly and with ease.
I pride myself on my ability and willingless to learn new things and my ability to drop in and
hit the ground running, so to speak.