Heroku Job Cost Overview
Typical total cost of oDesk Heroku projects based on completed and fixed-price jobs.
oDesk Heroku Jobs Completed Quarterly
On average, 58 Heroku projects are completed every quarter on oDesk.
Time to Complete oDesk Heroku Jobs
Time needed to complete a Heroku project on oDesk.
Average Heroku Freelancer Feedback Score
Heroku oDesk freelancers typically receive a client rating of 4.60.
Last update: April 12, 2015. BRAGGING RIGHTS: OCJP: Oracle Certified Java Programmer OCWCD: Oracle Certified Web Component Developer I'm Marcus, a Software Developer from Colombia, with over 8 years learning and working with Java technologies, all of them in banking, insurance, and mobile payment sectors. I'm a committed, and proactive person, for me is all about to get the correct job, and do it great, the word I use for the way of dealing with the task assigned is OWNERSHIP. I have plenty of experience in SCRUM teams, being a team member and also product owner. I'm currently, and will be until the 25th of the month, working for www.mozido.com, as listed by Forbes as #8 cloud bases start up company. http://www.forbes.com/sites/louiscolumbus/2015/03/16/the-top-100-cloud-based-enterprise-software-startups-of-2015/ you could email me at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Online CV: http://m4solutions.co Online portfolio: (work in progress) https://github.com/m4solutions More about me: http://google.com/+MarcusSanchez I have fluent, and full professional proficiency in English language, but I’m not a native speaker. WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM ME: I'm an expert in Java technologies, but If you are looking for Entry Lever, or Intermediate one, invite me anyways to your project, and you will get a great deal, a Java Developer with proven experience with state of the art U.S. technology companies, for the price of an intermediate Java programmer, why? Because I need to keep improving my profile in Odesk, and earn really great feedbacks from clients like yourself, I will do this until I have an strong, 5/5 profile. MAIN SKILLS: Java EE, Spring framework, Financial Services, Back End platforms, Payment Gateways, System Integrations, Cloud ready systems, Debugging in Heterogeneous environment. REFERENCES: You could be reluctant to hire me, I understand, I'm fairly new on Odesk, but I can provide references, if you trust Odesk ratings you can ask my friend David about my skills: https://www.odesk.com/users/~012cd71f5be985ad0a If you trust likend.in profiles, you can ask my friend Sebastian about me: https://co.linkedin.com/in/svelezru/en If you write to them, and don't get an immediate response inform me, and I will call them by phone to let them know. **FINAL WORD** What are you waiting for!! this is a Win-Win situation! I'm highly motivated and I will run the extra mile, in every single aspect of development, from deadlines, to security, flexibility, and code simplicity, right now my main motivation is to earn excellent feedbacks in my Odesk profile, to be able to compete in bigger Job postings, so you won't regret it.
Serhiy Pokrovskyy Agency Contractor
Started as a freelancer programmer, I've quickly grown to highly qualified and valued developer at ELEKS Software where I co-worked with world-famous companies and enterprise products such as SAP, Microsoft Dynamics and other, was a team leader and later a project manager of a growing real-estate management project. I have widely distributed and highly rated professional skills in variety of Informational technologies and other areas. In 2010 I've founded an Internet start-up - a new technology in Internet advertising. Now after my company is growing fine, I'm looking for some interesting work to do to feed my hungry developer's brain. In 2012 I've founded an outsourcing company, Synnergia Solutions, and working now on growing my development resources with highly qualified developers to tightly co-work on lots of interesting projects.
★ My Toolbox ★ ✔ Main tool: Python ✔ Frameworks: Django, Flask, AngularJS ✔ Front-end: HTML5, CSS3, JQUERY, Twitter Bootstrap ✔ Database Engines: - SQL: PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQlite3, SQLAlchemy - No SQL: MongoDB, CouchDB ✔ PaaS/IaaS: AWS, Heroku, GAE, RackSpace, Linode ✔ RESTful APIs: Django-Tastypie, Django REST framework ✔ Payment Gateways: authorize dot net, stripe, paypal ✔ Messaging: RabbitMQ, ZeroMQ ✔ VCS: Subversion, Git, Mercurial ✔ Methodology: Agile, TDD, Scrum ★ Key Strengths ★ ✔ I do write pep8 compliant codes ✔ Not afraid in getting my hands dirty ✔ Hardworking, fast learner and comfortable with deadlines ✔ Full of energy, experience, enthusiasm and passionate coder ★ PS: Long-term contracts ONLY.
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.
I'm full stack Ruby developer. I can effectivelly solve tasks on every stage of project from domain analysis to application deployment. Over last six years I had experience with a wide range of languages and technologies in different applications. Web technologies: Ruby, Ruby on Rails, Sinatra, Watir, Rspec, CoffeScript, RabbitMQ HTML, CSS, Javacript, jQuery, underscore.js, WebSockets, SlickGrid, YouTube API PHP, PrestaShop, Webassyst, Wordpress, MediaWiki, SMW Scientific: Python, NumPy, VTK LaTeX, Mathematica Others: Java, SWING, SWT C++, DirectX, MFC