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Created a secure application for managing product data. Application is built to simulate an online store front with a shopping cart. Administrators have the ability to manage product, category and vendor data.

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I have a strong background in mathematics as well as chemistry. I have worked in a variety of environments requiring me to both utilize and further improve upon my interpersonal and general communication skills. I thrive in challenging environments where my creativity and ability to innovate allows me to find problems and build new solutions for them. There came a point, career wise, where I realized I could only challenge myself so much with my then-current skill set...

The Salmon Isla

Created a secure data-driven ASP.NET MVC application from design through deployment for managing the tracking and organization of hardware and software within a company. Done entirely on a single, non-refreshing page by combining the versatility of partial views with the seemingly endless capabilities of Ajax, I designed and fabricated an entire framework for a company website.

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To see the world and recognize utility is the nature of our species. To recognize its beauty is the nature of life.

Over the years I have been fortunate enough to engage in various expeditions to astounding locations that evince the insurmountable beauty of the natural world.

These are my travels and experiences derived thereof.

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A stunning view from Mayflower Gulch
Mayflower Gulch Grand Traverse

In a basin about a mile and a half northwest of the summit of Quandary Peak, the highest peak in the Tenmile Range of the Rocky Mountains, lies an abandoned mining settelment known as Mayflower Gulch. The basin is protected by two mountains, Atlantic Peak and Fletcher Mountain, and the five gendarmes that run between their summits. Forging a path across these gendarmes from summit to summit, an arduous feat to say the least, has come to be known as The Mayflower Gulch Grand Traverse. For more technical and geological information regarding the mineral composition of the gulch, as well as a brief history of the mines, I encourage you to read the report of a geological survey filed with the USDoI in June of 1958 by a one John Alexander Randall.

Unfortunately for the miners, the mining operation was deemed a bust as the gulch only ever produced around $500,000 in silver and gold since the 1800s. However, beyond the low economic yield of the region lies something truly priceless. The natural beauty of the region's landscape far excedes what any amount of wealth could tender. From the ruins themselves, to the awe-inspiring majesty of the giants surround, one cannot help but be humbled by what the land sets forth. View Gallery

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Alexander DeLong
Alexander DeLong Full-Stack Web Developer

I have a strong background in mathematics as well as chemistry. I have worked in a variety of environments requiring me to both utilize and further improve upon my interpersonal and general communication skills. I thrive in challenging environments where my creativity and ability to innovate allows me to find problems and build new solutions for them. I attended Centriq in Kansas City, where I received professional IT training and education, with which I intend to pursue a professional career. View Résumé

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