With experience in programming for over 14 years, I've been doing Ruby & Ruby on Rails web development for the last 4+ years. I love concentrating on the end result and final polish - that's what user will see and interact with. As a result of this thoroughness and attention to detail, my open-source history viewing plugin for Miranda IM (http://addons.miranda-im.org/details.php?id=2995) became Miranda's de-facto standard. In addition to ruby, I know and use the following frameworks/technologies: CSS, AJAX, HAML, SLIM, SASS, SQL (MS SQL, SQLite, MySQL, PostgreSQL), NoSQL (MongoDB). My main expertise is Ruby (and Rails) - I've got 2nd place in oDesk Coding Challenge among Ruby developers. Also, I'm in the top 10% in Ruby and Ruby on Rails tests on oDesk. My projects do deployment, server provisioning and production error reporting automatically. I use Capistrano to deploy projects, Ansible for server provisioning and New Relic with Airbrake or Rollbar to monitor app in production. I can read other languages, like php, java, perl, python, c/c++. https://github.com/artemf/
Hello, my name is Patrick Sagan. I am experienced Rails and Ruby developer, software architect who can provide you remote programming services and help create your product in IT area. I can work on existing systems or build new one from scratch. I have deep experience in web development and software architecture. In past I was playing with php (and got some certifications listed below) but currently I'm focused on ruby, rails and sinatra. I have small office based in northern Poland (Pomeranian District), so I work remotely and worldwide. Wherever your company is placed, if it is USA or UK I'm flexible in working hours. I speak English so do not hesitate to contact me. My values: - I am focused on high quality of code ("developer's friendly code") and solutions. - I am focused on delivering great user experience. - I am focused on getting things done, more stuff done and less theoretical words. - I am focused on self-development (currently I am using https://www.codeschool.com/paths/ruby to find new approaches.) - Regarding to building products - I am big fan of rules presentend in "Rework" book of 37 signals (http://37signals.com/rework) - Deep understanding of business requirements - so I build code for business not just to fulfill programming ambitions, which are often different than business requirements I believe that working in company which has similar values gives synergy effect for both: company and employee. Please feel free to check my website to get more information about me and how I work: http://www.dev4.biz. You can also check my another site: http://www.rails-dev.com - with rails recipes - this site is just launched - not so many content there yet.
So why do we write code? We write code to solve problems. I started my web development career in 2009 as a Wordpress developer. I since then have focused primarily on Ruby on Rails. I have had the privilege to work on a multitude of projects ranging from cloud based law firm management to open source CMS. I'm confident in calling myself a full-stack developer. I'm able to take your idea from a thought inside your head to a fully functional application. I have experience working with many APIs including: Stripe, Twilio, Paypal, Phaxio, Twitter, Facebook and others. I'm capable of working well with other developers or by myself.
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Over the last 3 years I have completed a number of web sites using Ruby on Rails, Backbone.js and jQuery coding. I have both created corporative, small and bigger business sites, startups.