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Perl is a family of powerful dynamic programming languages (Perl 5 and Perl 6) that are ideal for text processing, web data extraction, graphics programming and more. On oDesk, the world’s largest online workplace, you will find Perl freelancers who can integrate social media messages with MySQL databases; create custom contact, registration or file upload forms; retrieve HTML pages; write social network profile scraping scripts; or create custom email marketing software (e.g. phone/email appending).
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oDesk Perl Jobs Completed Quarterly
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Perl oDesk freelancers typically receive a client rating of 4.79.
I am a senior technical engineer who has 15 years IT experience in the following areas: Advanced Linux Cluster Administration Asterisk/Trixbox/Elastix/VoIP architect Advanced Knowledge of shell scripting Advanced Knowledge of Perl programming Network Administration Network Security (Penetration Testing) Server Auditing Technical Support Virtualization (mainly Parallels Virtuozzo/openVZ/ProxMox) Web hosting Control panels such as cPanel,Plesk,DirectAdmin Tweaking and Optimizing Apache for better performance Hardening PHP Data recovery
I like writing programs which make life easier. Given a lot of similar files or a few gigabytes of data, to write a little Perl script to parse them all in seconds is a kind of task I really enjoy doing. While being my favorite programming language, Perl is, of course, not the only one I know. Just like any person pretending to be a good software engineer I can (and like to) write in C, and I used to write some code in C++ (need to say here that I don't like the style of coding when the whole program consists of definitions of various small classes and overloading various methods). I understand and like functional programming (e.g. Lisp and Haskell), and I like using map, reduce and filter concepts in other languages. I'm not a web programmer, that means that I won't apply for any PHP job or, in general, for a job requiring to create web sites. But I used to develop simple web services (Perl CGI scripts, small sites in PHP) and I understand how HTTP works. That means that I can act both as a web browser using telnet and as a web server using netcat and I don't panic when I see Internal Server Error. The last web-related thing I looked at was Node.js; I liked the idea and wrote a few hundred lines of code to see how it works. Just to list some more technologies: I used to create TCP/IP client and server programs in C and Perl both in Linux and Windows; I spent a few evenings developing a compiler and virtual machine for myself just to understand how all this stuff works; I know how to work with databases (just to list some: MySQL, MSSQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite), SQL queries, and stored procedures. I was a member of the ACM team of Novosibirsk university (our best result was to reach world semi-finals) and I spent nine years teaching students how to write programs so I understand most of the 'standard' algorithms: searching and sorting, graphs problems, etc., and can explain them if needed.
Interested in - Unix and Windows server administration - MySQL, Oracle, MS SQL server administration - Data management and DB schema design work - System troubleshooting. - Windows application development in C#, VB.NET - SQL development, PL/SQL, Business Reports - Application support and bug fixing - Scraping/integration automated tools in any programming language
I write custom code in C, C#, Java, Visual Basic, PHP, Python, and even a little Ruby and Perl. I have worked as a network and systems administrator for 10 years, and I love to automate processes and even write custom scripts. I have a Bachelor's Degree from Florida Institute of Technology in Computer Information Systems.
server-administration, linux-system-administration, windows-administration, unix, freebsd, clustering, amazon-web-services, virtualization, openvz, plesk, cpanel, customer-support, helpdesk-support, internet-applications, database-management, mysql, postgresql, microsoft-sql-server, rdbms, mail-servers, dns, web-services, iis, apache, lighttpd, nginx, apache-tomcat, jboss, security, openvpn, billing
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