ePub Reader & HTML5 Image Editor
obara.justin at gmail.com
Thu Apr 5 19:22:38 UTC 2012
Thank you for submitting the your proposal and resume. We'll take a look at them. Good luck.
On 2012-04-05, at 2:59 PM, Vigas Deep wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 2, 2012 at 9:10 PM, Justin Obara <obara.justin at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I understand that you are busy with school. Basically what I meant is that you should clean up your demo a bit, to get it to a state where you would consider it representative of your abilities. Since there seems to be a lot going on in the demo, I doubt you would have time to clean it all up. So instead you could make a simpler version.
> Thanks for understanding Sir. Sorry for late reply.
> Sir, as I told previously, its really hard to spare time, just now I
> am done with the proposal. What I personally think is cleaning up the
> code in the demo will not yield the results you want, I know there is
> lot going in it like, elements are placed usng SVG, rounding or them
> aren't working, because MozBorderRadius stuff is not working via JS,
> now its to be changed to just BorderRadius for all modern browsers,
> some more stuff like that.
> If the thing is of checking my abilities, I might like to tell many things :
> My previous project (2 Member team) thought Its not about HTML5, but
> it must show my potential.
> Please have a look at following URLs
> http://paper.ukiericoncretecongress.com // this one is real big
> work on backend, based on Zend Framework , its conferencing management
> I am also Co-Convener of Linux User Group, Ludhiana, Punjab, India. I
> am also Managing a server at my college.
> I am 4 times awarded in Various Web Designing / Development Events (
> Inter-College ).
> Still I want to say sorry, can't work on that demo at this moment of
> time, As I am really short of seconds. Can do anything whatever you
> say, after my exams.
> Vigas Deep
> I Rely on Open Source.
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