Sass Job Cost Overview
Typical total cost of oDesk Sass projects based on completed and fixed-price jobs.
oDesk Sass Jobs Completed Quarterly
On average, 66 Sass projects are completed every quarter on oDesk.
Time to Complete oDesk Sass Jobs
Time needed to complete a Sass project on oDesk.
Average Sass Freelancer Feedback Score
Sass oDesk freelancers typically receive a client rating of 4.55.
I've worked closely with world-class companies throughout the development of outstanding platforms that have been used by thousands. I'm proficient with PHP and I'm also a Laravel early-adopter - I've been using it since early version 3. I've developed countless applications with Laravel, attended the Laracon conference in Amsterdam and I've written several tutorials that have helped hundreds of other developers. In addition to PHP, I've also used Ruby on Rails extensively to develop complex web applications with full featured test suites. Being a Software Engineering student, you'll be sure to get solutions that are well designed, easy to scale and develop upon. I've taken a CAE (Certificate in Advanced English) by the University of Cambridge and passed with flying colours. Communicating with me won't definitely be an issue. Looking forward to working with you on your next web app!
10+ years experienced Full Stack/Full Time senior engineer. Build a perfect web site from scratch. PHP, MySQL, CodeIgniter, Laravel, Zend Framework, CakePHP, Twitter bootstrap, Wrapbootstrap themes, LESS, SASS, Angular js, jQuery, backbone js, modernizr, Highcharts js, D3 js, iPhone, Android native apps, PhoneGap, .NET, ASP.NET, Pivotviewer, Silverlight, C#, C++, VB.NET, Web Services, LAMP, IIS, Git, Assembla, Basecamp
I am a Symfony2/AngularJS Back-end and Front-end Developer based in the Philippines with a passion for designing and developing customized web applications. The custom applications I’ve tend to develop are High Potential Applications and eCommerce platforms for companies that require functionality that is not readily available in off the shelf packages. I enjoy the most when I do customizing work as it allows me to be as creative with my code as I can and provide systems that exactly match the clients' needs rather than customizing a third party solution and ending up with redundant functionality.
Hi, I'm a Ruby on Rails developer with deep knowledge in API development, database architecting, TDD, Agile development, DevOps. First of all I'd like to talk about my programming experience. My first professional experience was Ruby language, but before that I learned a lot about C/C++ at Tver State University. So I have all basic skills which university gives to his students: algorithms, math, machine learning, web development, database architecture, mobile development, mathematical modeling, working with signals, computer graphic, security and encryption, etc. Also in university I built an Android application for streaming audio-data between several devices via bluetooth. But first of all I'm skilled in Ruby on Rails. So I have experience in writing pure Ruby programs, I know all main concepts of Ruby language and wherever I write a code, I keep in mind best practices. Most of my projects are coded on Rails, but I have experience in Sinatra too. I experienced with all tools which a Ruby developer meets in real life: redis, mongodb, postgresql, mysql, faye, pusher, heroku, git, elasticsearch, sphinx, eventmachine, ajax, bundler. My experience gives me confidence that I'll find a solution to every task which I get and I'll finish all the tasks on time. As for my front-end experience it is rather big. I know all basics such as jQuery, underscore, vanilla js, html5, css3, bootstrap(and other frameworks like foundation). But I think that I specialized in a back-end development. Anyway I know most tools with front-end development such as haml/slim, sass/less, coffeescript, etc. As for front-end frameworks I'm mostly familliar with AngularJS. Also I have an experience with building drawing tools using KineticJS. In my working experience I did a lot of IE8 bug fixing, so I know some IE8 tricks. I have an experience to be a team leader/manager. I built a coding team which created a huge travel service under my control. So I can analyze problems of an end product, order tasks by priority to meet product owner demands. Also as a team leader I tried to teach my team something new every week.