About Gary Fletcher


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A highly skilled IT specialist with a wealth and range of experience in numerous industry sectors having first-class analytical, design and problem solving skills. I am a natural communicator who thrives in an environment that can offer a platform enabling me to excel within my numerous areas of expertise.

Naturally friendly and non-confrontational, tasks and projects are enthusiastically approached with natural professionalism, deadlines met with the recipient knowing that the project has been completed with perfectionism and expertise.

Proven leadership skills involving managing, motivating and developing internal and external teams to achieve objectives. Being adaptive and keeping abreast of the latest technology is a keen interest.

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Development Areas

Financial accounting integration/system development and migrations, management information analysis, ecommerce, CMS, Social networking, iPhone/iPad development, business system integration (b2b & b2c), desktop applications

Specialties

.Net, PHP, Jquery, Javascript, C, objective-c, Perl, AJAX, VB6, VB.Net, VBA, VBS, SQL Server 7 to current, MySQL, MS Access 2 – 2003, Crystal Reports 8 – 11, ASP, XML, HTML, Java, Advanced Database design methods, detailed technical knowledge of PC hardware and network infrastructure, Departmental, Project and budget management experience.

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2 thoughts on “About Gary Fletcher

    Glenn Nolan said:
    July 5, 2013 at 10:16 am

    Hi Gary,
    I was very interested in the Raspberry PI webcam application that you developed for ZSL. I am an oceanographer in Ireland with some ideas for similar applications to measure straightforward oceanic variables using a similar method. Would you have an idea of the total cost of the system (Pi, webcam, telecomms, surface buoy, solar panels) that you deployed in the Chagos experiment?
    Thanks, Glenn

      garygfletcher responded:
      July 15, 2013 at 9:50 pm

      Hi

      Approx 1.5-4k depending on requirements.

      Thanks

      G

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