Tortoise SVN Job Cost Overview
Typical total cost of oDesk Tortoise SVN projects based on completed and fixed-price jobs.
oDesk Tortoise SVN Jobs Completed Quarterly
On average, 1 Tortoise SVN projects are completed every quarter on oDesk.
Time to Complete oDesk Tortoise SVN Jobs
Time needed to complete a Tortoise SVN project on oDesk.
Average Tortoise SVN Freelancer Feedback Score
Tortoise SVN oDesk freelancers typically receive a client rating of 4.52.
Reliable contractor who fulfills the needs of client 100%. Strives hard for customer delight and five star rating. Over the last 3 years, I'm working on Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Powerpoint) on a daily basis. I have experience in data researching / data mining apart from data entry. I also have experience in fixing remote computer problems using teamviewer.
Highly proven expertise in front-end web design and development, graphic design, print design, junior-level illustration and Web 2.0 technologies. Recent work on large brands such as Apple, ESPN, Ninja Kitchen and Disney not to mention over 500 hours billed on oDesk.com with projects ranging from HTML coding to print design. Please see online portfolio for the most current design and development work. http://tillymonster.carbonmade.com/
My name is khan Muhammad I have 7 year web development experience .I am a highly skilled software developer and entrepreneur with extensive experience in cutting edge web technologies. I've worked closely with business owners in the past as they try to satisfy their business's IT needs, and I know that many business owners don't know what they need to know or ask to get the right person for an IT job. If this sounds like you, here's what you should be looking for: 1) Business Point You don't just want a code monkey to write whatever you think of. You need someone who can help you refine raw ideas into mature results. 2) Not just a slicer There are two types of PHP developers. So called "slicers", which are good at coding themes, and real application developers. For a very simple static site you only need a slicer; but, if you want that site to do anything (eCommerce, Facebook or Twitter integration, mobile, chat, customer support, content management, forums,Application Site,) you need an application developer. 3)Know the state of the art If your web project depends on technology, you need someone you can trust to follow the technical landscape and make sure you keep up. 4) Security Ask your developer (or slicer) how to hack a site. If they don't have a detailed answer, they're leaving your site vulnerable to the attackers who do. You need a developer who knows how to make sure that your site is safe. 5) Speed is relative Not all developers work at the same speed. Some developers can do in a day what another developer would do in a week. I'm more expensive, but I'm fast. fast development technique. 6) Build it for the future Most developers can write code that will get the job done for you today, but sometimes that code is so messy that when you want to expand it in a couple of months it is literally better to trash the whole thing and start over. A good developer will write clean maintainable code, and they'll watch where the product is headed to ensure that you're set up for the changes you'll need later. 7) SEO Most developer don’t care for Seo of site . For any website Seo is most impotent factor to increase number of user.
I am a 10+ years experienced IT Professional. 7+ years professional experience in SQA/Test Engineer and 3 years in Software/Web Developer. I am familiar with both Manual & Automated testing of Web,Desktop, & mobile application; and worked with lot of real life project like Online Banking, 401k Retirement Planing, e-Commerce, Hospital Management etc. I am familiar with the software quality standardization of CMMi and ISO. I am a practitioner of software analysis, design, and database work. Some of my technical expertise are: Oracle, SQL Server, MySql, C#, .Net, Developer, OOP, PHP, Joomla, WordPress, Drupal, UML, CRC, TDD, NUnit, Agile, Scrum, Jira, Bugzilla, Workbench, Mantis, Test link, VSS, SVN, Watir, Ruby, Selenium, iMacros, NeoLoad, Acunetix, JMeter, Link Sleuth, Load Impact, IE Developer, MS Office, Adobe Life Cylce, Photoshop, & Illustrator, Windward Auto tag etc.
Since May 2007 I work as a software engineer and senior software engineer for a well reputed software firm in Sri Lanka. I have developed several applications for local customers which covers the whole development life cycle. Plenty of experience and knowledge on J2SE and J2EE frameworks, fluency on data bases such as SQL Server, MySQL and HSQLDB and tools such as Crystal Reports, iReports will enable to add lots of value to the software I develop. Thorough knowledge on OOP, Agile and other methodologies will guarantee a wonderful end product.
--- Serhiy Chernikov --- Agency Contractor
• QA lead\Project Lead with more than 8 years of IT experience. • Excellent knowledge of development, testing activities: planning and control, analysis and design, implementation and execution development, test closure activities. • Good theoretical and practical knowledge of development, testing methodologies. I'm proficient in all of testing types and most software development methodologies (RUP, Agile, AUP, Waterfall).
Innovative Productive Developer with extensive background in diverse software architectures, protocols, technologies, and operating systems. Detail oriented with empahsis on error free applications delivered on schedule complete with unit tests and documentation. Excellent communication and collaboration skills.
1. Involved In DBA Activities Of The System. 2. Installed Oracle Software And Patches. 3. Back Up The All Applications’ Databases. 4. Put Standard Naming For All Database Objects. 5. Creating Tablespaces, Tables, Indexes And Other Database Objects For Each Application. 6. Create New Schemas For The New Application. 7. Creating Users And Assigning Privileges To Users. 8. Monitoring Databases. 9. Create Version Scripts Of The Changes Occur In Each Application. 10. Create Script To Clear The Database. 11. Make The Documentation For Modification Occur In The Database. 12. Reply On The Problems Occurs In The Client Database. 13. Responding Immediately To Any Critical Conditions. 14. Migration Of Databases I. Access Database To Oracle Express 10g. II. Microsoft SQL Server 2005 To Oracle 10g Enterprise Edition. 15. Providing Test Database To The Programmers. 16. Study, Search And Test For New Tasks Give To Me To Search On It. Role: ArcSDE 9.2, 9.3, 9.3.1, 10 Administrator 1. Installing And Upgrading ArcSDE. 2. Creating And Administering User Accounts. 3. Adding Users To An ArcSDE Geodatabase. 4. User Permissions. 5. Grouping Users By Access Needs. 6. Granting And Revoking Privileges On Datasets. 7.Maintain Geospatial Data I. Exporting And Importing ArcSDE Geodatabases Using Oracle Export And Import Utilities. 8. Managing ArcSDE Services I. Creating Service(S). II. Starting/Stopping Service(S). 9. Creating And Managing Multi-Instance For ArcSDE. 10. Add/Delete/Create Geodatabase Object(Feature Datasets, Feature Classes, Domains, Subtypes……). 11.Migration Database I. ArcSDE Enterprise Geodatabase To Oracle Spatial 10g. II. ArcSDE Enterprise Geodatabase To Geomedia SQL Server Warehouse. Role: Infra-Structure Team leader 1. Responsible On The Network, And System Administrator. 2. Responsible On The Junior Database Administrator.