You guessed it. 3600 Degrees consists of me and my husband working from home , with a little help now and then from my husband and kids. Maybe some day we’ll get bigger than that, but at the moment it’s perfect just the way it is.
What sets me apart from the competition? Well, for starters I’m addicted to software development. When I was 9 years old, my dad bought an Apple II+, and ever since then I’ve been programming. For me, it’s a passion more than it’s a job.
I know Java inside and out. I’ve been programming in Java since 1997, with the Java 1.0 spec. Unlike some, I haven’t found a “niche” such as J2EE, JSP, Swing, etc that I’ve stuck to. I like exploring and learning new stuff, and have a broad set of knowledge as a result.
I have a good history of working for various companies (Motorola, Boeing, iMall, Excite@Home, Novell, Wellington Mgmt Co) that represent often wildly different industry sectors (Cell Phones, Military Aircraft, eCommerce, IP Networking, Finance). In each of these experiences I have proven myself as a key resource (a.k.a. “All Star”), and my references will back that statement up.
What’s in the name? Any time I tell people what my business is called, they get a queer look on their face and I know what question they’ll ask next. So, just to avoid a hundred e-mails, let me tell you what’s in the name, “3600 Degrees”. My last name is “Endress”, which is a fairly unusual name. I figured that the business name should have something to do with my own name, since it’s a one man shop (at least for now). According to a web page I found, if you heat sand up to 3600°F, it will turn to glass. So, I reasoned, I’m the sand, the company is the heat, the output will be crystal.make money on pinterest
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