MongoDB Job Cost Overview
Typical total cost of oDesk MongoDB projects based on completed and fixed-price jobs.
oDesk MongoDB Jobs Completed Quarterly
On average, 136 MongoDB projects are completed every quarter on oDesk.
Time to Complete oDesk MongoDB Jobs
Time needed to complete a MongoDB project on oDesk.
Average MongoDB Freelancer Feedback Score
MongoDB oDesk freelancers typically receive a client rating of 4.72.
I am a web application developer specializing in PHP/JS with 15 years experience. strong OOP knowledge, MVC etc php, mysql, html, css, less, js, coffeescript twitter bootstrap, jquery, backbone.js, angular.js ajax, json, xml C/C++/Objective-C (just for fun) load balancing, big data, high traffic data scraping, data parsing saas, soap, rpc, rest phpunit, phpspec, tdd, bdd, xdebug symfony, symfony2, zend2, doctrine2, bitrix mysql, postgre, mongo (clustering, replications) memcached, redis, rabbitmq, sphinx ubuntu/debian/centos/archlinux/osx nginx, lighthttpd, node.js, apache2 git, mercurial, svn opengl, glsl api: paypal, facebook, twitter, livejournal, vkontakte, jira, mailchimp, mandrill, zendesk, amazon aws agile/scrum: jira, redmine
I've been in the web development field since 2002, when I started as a programmer/admin for a web hosting company. I've worked on a variety of web applications (generally php/MySQL based) ranging from ecommerce to in-house CMS to data mining/feed processing to integrating APIs and web services. I've worked with a number of PHP frameworks (Zend, CodeIgniter, CakePHP), and generally like working with a MVC design pattern. I've developed web applications from the ground up, as well as modified and added functionality to existing custom in-house systems, opensource applications, and commercial applications. I've worked with various APIs, including: Twilio, Twitter, Foursquare, Amazon, PayPal, Drop.io, Sunlight Labs, EmailYak, and others. I've written wrappers for APIs, as well as written APIs for outside integration into applications I've written. I am comfortable working with other developers and designers. In addition I've been asked to do code review and troubleshooting for projects where I had no active role. My profile on StackOverflow (http://stackoverflow.com/users/45531/tim-lytle) is a good sample of my ability to communicate the details of a development problem/solution. I'm also a Zend Certified Engineer (http://www.zend.com/store/education/certification/yellow-pages.php#show-ClientCandidateID=ZEND011439) with experience administering apache/mysql/php/etc on Linux (and a bit on Windows). Most of my oDesk clients are buyers who need high-level, conceptual requests to be understood and implemented, and the projects are ongoing long-term relationships.
Since 1998 I have developed dozens of web applications focusing on a wide-range of industries including custom search engines, affiliate marketing, real estate solutions and worker safety. As an autodidact, I pride myself on learning new technologies and continually improving my skill-set. As a freelancer, I believe in professionalism, clean code and representing my craft to the highest degree possible. On the server-side, Laravel is my current PHP framework of choice, although I am comfortable working with Zend, CodeIgniter, Cake and Yii. For the database layer, I have 14 years of experience with MySQL. On the client-side, I prefer jQuery, Backbone and Twitter Bootstrap. Although I am not a graphic designer, I know my way around the Adobe software suite. I write standard compliant HTML5 and CSS3. I have an eye for useable, clean and obvious functionality. I have experience with many APIs, including Amazon, Box.net, Infusionsoft, Facebook, Twitter, PayPal, eWay, Authorize.net and Google. I can write APIs from scratch and give your application a RESTful interface. I am seeking opportunities to build custom web applications from the ground up or taking an existing code base and improving upon it.
-Data Modelling and Database Design Create database designs by performing needs / requirement analysis, creating a logical mode, and then implementing the physical model. -Backup and Recovery Making periodic backups of data and keeping it safe from accidental or intentional destruction. Testing recovery plans so that when problems do arise, data can be restored quickly. -Capacity Planning Watch data growth, and plan how best to deal with it. This may include archiving it, increasing the size of current hardware, or adding new hardware. -Change Management Server configurations, database schema change over time. Perform impact analysis before changes are made, implement changes, test changes, and document them. -High Availability Ensure high availability, including use of log shipping, clustering, database mirroring, and other technologies. -Monitoring Monitoring performance, monitoring server disk space, monitoring logs, ensuring jobs have run successfully, checking for errors, and so on. -Needs/Requirements Analysis Perform needs/requirements analysis. Talking to users, finding out their needs and requirements, and determining the best way to meet them. -Performance Tuning Monitor performance to determine ways to optimize database performance. -Report Writing Writing reports against databases in transact-SQL code to extract the data, or creation and formatting physical reports. -Security Control who can access data and what they can do with it. Creating SQL Server login IDs, database IDs, assigning permissions, moving security between servers. -Testing Testing servers, testing databases, testing applications, testing management tools, and so on. Ensure that data integrity and high availability, is maintained at all times. -Training Users Sharing knowledge with other DBAs, developers, or end-users. -Working with colleagues Interacting with other DBAs, developers, end users, product-knowledge specialists, vendors, accountants, hardware experts, and networking experts.
Right after finishing my 4 years B.Sc. degree in Computer Science, obtained at the Sapientia University, Targu Mures I started to work in the IT. After some years of work as a developer / software engineer I had the chance to change my role and try out something more dynamic and chaotic which means I started to work as a system administrator. This role allowed me to show what a single person can do with some basic knowledge and passion to clean up a complete development stack, make an order in servers and services so other people can concentrate only on development. After my first steps in administration, a new world was just opening for me which was the automatization of servers as much as possible. After 5 years experience as a system engineer I'm sure, we should automate as much as possible. It really helps to be far away from the chaos of wrongly configured servers and inconsistent service deployments, which in long term could cause really huge troubles. Specialties: • Automation evangelist • Proficient problem solving and technical skills • Practical design, development and architecture capabilities • Ability to learn new technologies fast