Advanced. With some useful Composer packages and a glance at the php.net manual I should be able to create or maintain almost any PHP application.
Advanced. My main tool when working with PHP. Comfortable creating anything from a simple CRUD app to something far more complex.
Advanced. Rarely do I ever need to check up on any documentation to achieve my goals.
Good. Constantly absorbing new information on how to build all the fancy things.
Advanced. With the help of Sass I feel confident I can style almost any kind of design for the front end.
Beginner. VueJS is a fairly new framework that I really enjoy using and have thus got a decent feel for it.
Beginner. As I mostly tend to do most of my logic in PHP but I try to use Angular or Vue here and there.
Beginner. I use Node to power my build tools (gulp, browserify..) but I have also explored its capabilities as a web server.
Intermediate. While we do most of our interfacing with databases using various ORMs I feel I have a grasp of the SQL syntax.
Intermediate. My database of choice. Use it for all my applications.
Intermediate. I use Redis as the caching layer for my applications. Most of my experience is through the PHP-interfaces, but occasionally playing around with the CLI.
Intermediate. My server platform of choice. Use every day through vagrant and when managing my websites.