About David
David Liong is a Microsoft Certified Professional  with a degree in Bsc. Computer Science. He has over 12 years work experience in delivering successful enterprise web application solutions (e-commerce sites, internet, intranet and extranet) in various industries such as: Local Council and Government Departments, Construction and Engineering, Mining and Resource, Finance and Banking, Telecommunications, Software and Database Warehousing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now specialising in Content Management System (CMS) and Document Management System (DMS), the majority of his tasks has been in the role of a SharePoint Developer with over six years of SharePoint application development and administration experience working to overcome business challenges.

David’s specialise strengths are centred on content and document management process driven solutions using SharePoint 2013, 2010 and 2007. In particular, he has predominantly been engaging with clients to deliver complex SharePoint projects by analysing and gathering business requirements, designing, developing, testing and supporting small, medium to large-scale enterprise e-commerce, intranet and mobile responsive internet websites in a multi-farm environment using cutting edge initiatives.

Using formal Waterfall and Agile methodologies to analyse and gather business requirements with key stake holders to deliver web applications for his customers in a team environment as well as mentoring and providing technical advice to Junior Developer..

David has  sound understanding of a full Software Development Life Cycle, Object Oriented Design/Programming in application development and content management using SharePoint, SharePoint Designer & InfoPath. His other technical skills include; C#, ASP.NET, MVC, VB.NET, Visual Studio, SQL, AJAX, HTML, JavaScript & XML.

David is extremely passionate about technology, has good writing skills, a team player and great interpersonal skill makes him a great asset.

Resume
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