Php 5.6, OOP, design patterns, high skill, 5 years in web-developing. Mysql, PostgreSql + Doctrine. HTML — 4/5, twitter bootstrap (3.*) + good stuff for it (bootsnipp and other resources), font-awesome. CSS — mid-level, LESS, SASS, Mixins. JS + JQuery 2.0.* — very good. NodeJs, bower, Grunt, modernizr, yepnope, datatables, select2, x-editable, other usefull libraries CVS Git, CVS Mercurial, CVS SVN - checkout, update, commit, merge, pull, push, working with stash/branches resolve conflict, ..., etc Memcached/Redis — Understanding dog pile effect and race condition problems and the ways of their solutions. Crontab, nginx + php5-fpm, apache, gitolite; Smarty, HSTemplate. Wrote modificators and plugins for smarty. FrameWorks: ZendFramework 1.1* и 2.*; Yii; Codeigniter, Symfony 2, Phalcon. Agile: pivotal; Was teamlead of 4 programmers. Bitcoins, Litecoins, Xcoins, developing, payments, setuping.
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- Quick Bio I was very interested in computers since I was a kid, I started my contact with them using a very old 386 IBM PC running MSDOS. When I was 12 years old I realized computers were not meant only for gaming, so I learned to program in Visual Basic and Borland C, since then, I keep on learning new programming languages one at a time and studying other fields like system administration, network protocols, graphic design, music production and web development. To resume my impressions after many years coding, I can say about me that I fall in love easily with any new challenge and keep working on it until becomes no more a challenge. - Education I finished elementary and secondary school and found no interest on starting University, so I went for the choice of educating myself using books, manuals, papers and practice. This way has given me many success and also many rejections by former potential employers. As I consider myself a honest person, I will not try to impress you with a list of educational centers and dates, but I’m glad to provide you a list of my skills in several fields. - Professional Experience I was working in many different jobs (from construction to commercial) since I’m 17 years old, and started to work professionally with computers at the age of 21. My first job was in a marketing and advertising agency as a graphic designer and web developer. After 1 year working there, I moved to a pure web development company and my main task was to recode a very old CMS system. After almost two years, I moved to Germany and I was hired by a company that works very close to the Swiss tourism web marketing team. My main task here consisted in administering more than 50 virtual machines in amazon ec2 cloud, aside with hundred of web services. Eventually I did backend and frontend development and migrations of ~2GB of relational data to a MongoDB replica set. - Objective I’ve just started my career as a freelance, currently looking for customers that are not afraid of taking technology risks but understand what controlled evolution is, that do not live in a fantasy bubble where technology progress does not exists and are always willing for a better system or product. Those who give me enough freedom to innovate, but surround me with domain knowledge in order to create together nothing less than tailor-made solutions. If you are this kind of customer, we are already in the same wave, and I will be glad to get immediately in contact with you for pushing that project as far as it deserves. -
I'm a mathematician with strong background in abstract and academic branches of maths. Besides that, I'm ruby (RoR) and haskell developer. Ruby on rails: participated in various projects in which I was backend developer. Typical tasks I've been doing: creating APIs, developing models' logic, gem maintenance, creating small frameworks (for other team members), server management. Haskell is a point of my academic interest, my experience in it mostly consists of implementing algorithms, creating small programs. In addition I'm good at physics and cryptography, that can be useful.
I am a full-stack web developer with 5 years of experience of creating RoR applications. Ruby is my primary programming language, but for now I am using JS/Erlang/Scala for more complicated things. I also have great experience in mobile apps development (iOS). Now I am focused on development of concurrent applications and in practice I prefer functional instruments to solve problems.
I am enthusiast with both commercial and non-commercial experience in IT. My experience includes: * Python (Django, Pylons/Pyramid, Tornado, webpy) web development; * Voluntary support of small-to-mid scale computer networks; * Unix/Linux server administration; * Contributing to various open-source projects; * Fun oriented not-so-mainstream tools (Haskell, Erlang, Forth) self-education. I tend to choose tools suitable for specific problems rather then focus on a single technology. I am available for research on unfamiliar domains and technologies. Learning new things is fun; learning new things for real-world tasks is double fun! I am looking for challenging IT projects which hopefully will save someone's time / provide new opportunities / make the world better.
I'm a physics student with broad interests in mathematics, computer science, cognitive science and space exploration. I'm looking for challenging projects incorporating mathematical concepts, with a strong emphasis on exploration and prototyping. Delivering production-ready applications is less fun to me than thinking of something original and challenging. I prefer to be forced to explore an uncharted territory than to follow "industry best practice". My language of choice is the Lisp family (especially SBCL and Racket). I'm also strongly dragged towards functional languages (mostly Haskell and Ocaml). I'm ready to learn new stuff if it means thrill, excitement and novelty.
Over the last ten years, I have been developing and deploying C, Java applications and Android apps since its arrival, participated in projects with different application models and tools. I’m accomplished Telecommunications Engineer in Wireless Communications with M.S. in Telecommunications Engineering. I have a broad knowledge in GSM, CDMA, BLE, RFID, NFC, WiMax, LTE and many other wireless technologies. That’s why I’m interested in cryptography, mathematics and physics. I believe that "software is eating the World" and think that DSP, SDR, SDN, CR concepts will absolutely prevail in the future. I like science, engineering and industrial design. I believe in OSS and OSHW and truly support those movements whether I can.