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About Me

I'm Majid

Software Developer

Based in Vienna,AT

Hi! My name is Majid Erfantalab. I am Senior developer, and I'm very passionate and dedicated to my work.

With 15 years experience as a professional developer and web designer, I have acquired the skills and knowledge necessary to make your project a success.

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My Skills

You Can Imagine
I Can Do

I have about 15 years of experience working with old technologies like early asp.net and ajax projects all the way until now working with the latest technologies like Angular, React, .Net core, Node, Aws ,... I still have my relationship with my old clients and supporting them with their old and new projects. If there's some skills I'm missing, I have other team members who can help me get the task done.

Web development100%
Mobile Application90%
Game Programming66%
Big data75%
Social media management80%
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My Resume

I enjoy every step of the development process, from discussion and collaboration to concept and execution

  • Education

    • Master of public administration

      Human resources management
      2013 - 2016

      A journey into how to manage a large number of employees and achving the best result in a most productive enviornment.

    • Bachelor of software engineering

      2005 - 2010

      How to develop softwares!

  • Experience

    • Senior .Net developer

      eRecruiter GmbH
      2019 - running

      Developing new features and supporting old system with technologies like ASP.Net, Angular,...

    • Senior .NET Developer

      Markazi Province General Governorship
      2011 - 2019

      A city portal, different web applications and data center management are just a small part of my success.

    • Freelancing

      Sarayand Company
      2014 - 2019

      More than 40 royal customers in these years and developing and managing more than 15 government organizaiton websites.

    • Web Developer

      Aris Rayaneh
      2006 - 2010

      Developing ERP applications for government organizations and supporting their old systems

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How about some tech tips? I plan to write some here so please check them out!

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    Do you think you’re fully safe when you’re browsing in incognito? wrong! Its main job is to hide your browsing history from other people who use the same computer. It has some other benefits that I’ll go to them and the end of this video. you even get warnings when opening an incognito tab but some still think that it hides their online activity from everyone, including their ISP or employer, when this is obviously not the case. This mistake could potentially lead to some embarrassing conversations at the office. Also, you still can get viruses on your computer when you’re using incognito mode! Do you know when it’s best to use incognito mode? first, if you’re logged in inside your account on a website, but you need to login to another account or even use it anonymously then you open an incognito tab and continue there. Or you’re using someone else’s computer or even a public one, in there you always should use an incognito tab so when you close that window, there’s no history and no logged-in account anywhere! Stay safe with my privacy videos! follow for more!

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    What is Sandbox? In short, Windows Sandbox is half app, half virtual machine. It lets you quickly spin up a virtual clean OS imaged from your system’s current state so that you can test programs or files in a secure environment that’s isolated from your main system. When you close the sandbox, it destroys that state. Nothing can get from the sandbox to your main installation of Windows, and nothing remains after closing it. RELATED: Windows 10’s New Sandbox Feature is Everything We’ve Always Wanted How Do I Get It? All you need is a modern version of Windows 10 running Windows 10 Professional or Enterprise—Windows 10 Home doesn’t have this feature. The Sandbox feature became stable back in May 2019. Step One: Make Sure Virtualization is Enabled First, you’ll need to make sure virtualization is enabled in your system’s BIOS. It typically is by default, but there’s an easy way to check. Fire up Task Manager by hitting Ctrl+Shift+Esc and then head to the “Performance” tab. Make sure the “CPU” category is selected on the left and on the right, just make sure it says “Virtualization: Enabled.”

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Please fill out the form on this section to contact with me. Or send an email. I try to respond between 9:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday

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