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Typical total cost of oDesk Redis projects based on completed and fixed-price jobs.

oDesk Redis Jobs Completed Quarterly

On average, 28 Redis projects are completed every quarter on oDesk.

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Redis oDesk freelancers typically receive a client rating of 4.71.

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Murshed A.

Murshed A. Agency Contractor

Technical Director / Team Lead / Software Architec...

Bangladesh - Last active: 17 days ago - Tests: 2 - Portfolio: 4

Die hard coder, Unix server admin, Open source enthusiast, Localization Expert, PHP Expert, Apache-Solr ecosystem Expert, Unicode, Web geek. The wounded coder, determined not to stop before killing all bugs!! The samurai, bug hunter willing to create a bug free world for all humans!! PHP/MYSQL, Ruby On Rails, Joomla!, Wordpress, Drupal, PERL, Javascript, Prototype, jQuery, MooTools, PHP MVC frameworks (CodeIgniter, Zend Framework), Magento, Sphinx, Lucene, Apache Solr, Nutch, Web Services, Maria DB, Apache, Nginx, Memcache ... Do you have a tech challenge? Put me on...

Associated with: Samurai Geeks
$33.33 /hr
1,228 hours
4.54
Jason R.

Jason R.

Software Craftsman & Mentor

United States - Last active: 07/09/2014 - Tests: 3

I'm a professional software engineer (over 14 years) who has been focused on the Ruby language for the last 7 years. I have developed and maintained several enterprise-scale Sinatra and Rails applications, as well as smaller apps and tools using Ruby. Prior to that I was a Smalltalk and Java developer, working on projects ranging from small in-house tools to enterprise applications. I also have a lot of experience in SQL (MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, & SQL Server) and noSQL (Redis & MongoDB primarily). I have experience in mentoring and teaching programming seminars (TDD, OOP, Ruby, Smalltalk, Agile development). I'm a huge fan of eXtreme Programming (XP). I work well remotely, and have done so professionally since 2011.

$55.56 /hr
249 hours
5.00
Daniel J.

Daniel J.

Senior Systems Administrator

United States - Last active: 12/26/2014 - Tests: 4

I am a Linux expert. I have been a linux user for 16 years and have used it professionally for 14 years. I was an early adopter of the Nginx web server and over the last 4 years I have been using it exclusively to manage high traffic web sites. I specialize in Linux security and have professional experience securing a web server using methods such-as but not limited to; chroot/jail environments, hardened kernel patches, and role-based access policies. I am an expert at tracking down even the most difficult of problems and most of my clients believe that I have a crystal ball under my desk. I am fluent in Python and PHP and can write everything from small scripts to automate tasks to a full blown command line application.

$50.00 /hr
29 hours
5.00
Aaron Meriwether

Aaron Meriwether

Senior Software Architect

United States - Last active: 02/27/2014 - Tests: 9

I have programmed as a hobby for most of my life, and as a profession for the last 14 years. I enjoy solving interesting problems in an elegant and forward-looking manner. I have worked on everything from front-end web interfaces to desktop applications, to console applications, to back-end databases and system integrations. Although I most often use Perl, Java, or Javascript, I am also familiar with many other languages and always try to select the best tool for the job. If you want something done right, I'm your man. If you want a simple system first that can be expanded later, I can do that too. If you ask me to do something that will cause issues in the future, I'll do my best to help you see the big picture. I already have a full-time job, but oDesk offers the possibility to work on more varied projects... so tell me what you want to build, and I'll help you realize it!

$80.00 /hr
0 hours
5.00
Sergey Antoninko

Sergey Antoninko

Expert in Node.js, Express, MongoDb, CouchDb, RDF,...

Russia - Last active: 10 days ago - Tests: 9 - Portfolio: 2

Hello, My name is Sergey, I'm from Russia, currently travelling around the world. I've started my career in developing software since teen, and now at my 28 I gained a lot of experience mostly in web development related subfields and various technology stacks. During my career I had a chance to work with different technologies and different team roles: as lead builded and managed a team (up to 7) to deliver successful product to market, as a freelancer and as a consultant. I believe in "10x performance gap" between average and best developers, which is supported by my clients feedback. Also I believe I have a nice learning curve which allows me to quickly dive into new and complex problem. I love to learn new technologies, languages, concepts and underlying math. Actually, I could do it for free, if it wasn't payed so well. Here's the list of tools I use with confidence: - HTML, HTML5 APIs (websockets, geo, webworkers, etc) - LESS and CSS - Javascript and jQuery as well as various Ajax implementations - backbone, requirejs, ender, angular, underscore, lodash, socket.io libs - nodejs, expressjs, promises (also, I'm in love with harmonyjs features) on a very deep level - mysql, where I know internals and love to use view, procedures and etc - couchdb, which I've studied all thru, including source code review and deep understanding of couchdb-specific features like replications, changes streaming and performance factors - mongodb, which I usually use with nodejs and mongoose - RabbitMQ, ZeroMQ - XML by XSLT transformations, where I have a great experience and feel fluent using it's paradigm. XSD skills included - Google Chrome, Firefox and Safari extensions and of course phantomjs - Designing and building nice REST apis, which are not mimicking rest concept, but really follows design principles - Integrating 3rd-party rest/oauth APIs in one single solid system, considering related issues like availability and etc - Designing and building long-running distributed system in data mining and processing - Hacking, bypassing and tricking - PHP > 5, which I prefer not to use, but still have many successful projects behind - linux other *nix systems administration and configuration. With a little help I can compile and install linux from sources for example or have no problems while setting up complex multi-server development environment, writing deploying scripts with bash or puppet, setting up monitoring and so on. Other things I've used to do or have a great interest in: - erlang, which has an interesting approach - RDF, RDFS, OWL, SPARQL, graph databases (like Neo4j) and triple stores (like jena, allegrograph, thinkerpop and many more). That's my main point of interest by now. I've studied all available software, math related to graph processing as well as relational and sparql algebra and related issues like data locality in graph, data storing, queries complexity, forward/backward reasoning problems and etc.. Currently, in my free time I'm building GPU graph processing snippets to play and get better understanding. So I would be very happy to see and join this kind of projects here, on odesk - C/C++/Java coding skills, which is required if one want to try newest approaches or link together code from different worlds, for example, bridge cpp library to nodejs. I don't pretend here for being good coder, but it helped me so many times, it's worth mentioning - Python, because there're coolest math, stat and science libs I've ever used. Python here is just a tool to access them. I prefer 3 types of jobs: - short but very complex problems, where deep understanding or wide set of skills is required - building project from scratch with well-defined features list - consulting in system design or problem solving I prefer to avoid to join projects in a late stage, because usually it means that I'll have to deal with previous developer's problems, not client's ones. So I will ask you to introduce me with your existing codebase in a first place before giving any feedback. Also I won't take team leading, because I don't have enough skills to perform remote team managing. Usually I pick up the project mostly not by company or project solidity or payment rates, but by how interesting or fun it feels for me. Unfortunately, I can't clearly define those 2 above, so I'm considering a wide variety of offers. Currently odesk is not yet my primary projects source, but I like it's reliability and have plans to move my activity here. Finally, I have no online availability problems and I can communicate with English in both written and verbal ways. Thank you, and I'm here looking forward for cool problems from you to solve.

$45.00 /hr
295 hours
4.93
Vladislav M.

Vladislav M.

Systems architect / Solution consultant

Bulgaria - Last active: 1 day ago - Tests: 4

- Generating the highest level of system requirements, based on the user's needs and other constraints such as cost and schedule. - Ensuring that this set of high level requirements is consistent, complete, correct, and operationally defined. - Performing cost-benefit analyses to determine whether requirements are best met by manual, software, or hardware functions; making maximum use of commercial off-the-shelf or already developed components. - Partitioning large systems into (successive layers of) subsystems and components each of which can be handled by a single engineer or team of engineers or subordinate architect. - Generating products such as sketches, models, and prototypes to keep the user and the engineers constantly up to date and in agreement on the system to be provided as it is evolving. - Interfacing with the design and implementation engineers and architects, so that any problems arising during design or implementation can be resolved in accordance with the fundamental design concepts, and user needs and constraints. - Ensuring that a maximally robust design is developed. - Generating a set of acceptance test requirements, together with the designers, test engineers, and the user, which determine that all of the high level requirements have been met.

$66.67 /hr
4,126 hours
5.00
Alexander B.

Alexander B.

Senior Software Engineer, PHP & Javascript Addict

Belarus - Last active: 18 days ago - Tests: 10 - Portfolio: 6

Hello! My name is Alexander. I'm 24 years old and I'm from Minsk. I have about 5 years experience in program development. I'm highly skilled and exactly know what i'm doing. I'm able to provide high quality well documented source code. Please invite me only if you need pro and my rate is appropriate for you. Minimum rate is 30$/hour. I prefer long-term full-time projects (from 6 months). I like to develop heavy client side javascript applications. I use OSX Yosemite , Nginx server, php-fpm, Mysql, Jetbrains Phpstorm IDE ,sublime and vim editors for development. Please don't invite for php projects and fixed-price projects. Also please don't invite for Marionette.js projects. I don't like it's architecture, and so i don't like to work with it. I prefer client-side and server-side javascript. Preferable positions are Lead Frontend Developer and Senior Frontend Developer. Look at my skill set: ✓ Php - Yii, Kohana, Twig, Silex, Regular expressions, Php Morphy, Php Unit, XML, REST, MVC, OOP ✓ Javascript - Jquery, Coffeescript, Jquery plugins, Backbone.js, Chaplin.js, Underscore.js, Ajax, Require.js, Json, Handlebars, EJS, MVC, Jasmine, Phantom.js, Grunt.js, OOP, Gulp.js ✓ Node.js - NPM, Express.js, Socket I/O, Coffeescript ✓ Databases - Mysql, MongoDb, Redis, Memcache ✓ TDD, BDD - jasmine, mocha, karma ✓ Html, css, sass - basic knowledge (I'm not able to transfrom psd to html - please don't invite) ✓ CVS - Git, Svn, Mercurial

$44.44 /hr
3,812 hours
4.97
Alexey Z.

Alexey Z.

Project Manager / Top gun Ruby On Rails dev

Israel - Last active: 1 day ago - Tests: 6 - Portfolio: 9

I am currently freelancing RoR projects across the universe, fullstack rails coder for your duty. I have been doing this for the last 9 years now and I was employed as CTO & Ruby On Rails Senior developer, and my projects include wide usage RoR(1,2,3,4), I love new technologies and I can learn to use them very fast! I can develop anything starting from tech plan/mockup, through creating rails application (agile method) till full setup of VPS/dedicated server (or even cloud), then I can maintain and administrate this project. I work with cloud platforms like AWS, Heroku, EngineYard. I have ZERO unsatisfied clients. Knowledgeable in CI like Jenkins, and various management systems like Trello, Lighthouse, Jira, Redmine (You can have a tracking project with my private Redmine installation for no cost) and some others All small things around webdev; AJAX, HTML, CSS, JS, RSS, XML, JSON. SVN, GIT(preferred), Capistrano/Chef/Rubber for multistage deployment for test/production projects, SASS, SCSS, HAML, CoffeScript, REDIS, various types of caching. Capable to work in Linux/OSX/Windows environments. Having proven Berkley certification for SAAS: https://verify.edx.org/cert/7bd82e53af154feaa706ac8b3db01561 Full stuff you can find on my Linkedin profile: http://lnkd.in/XQ5hgJ Github page: https://github.com/alexey

$60.00 /hr
3,114 hours
5.00
Evgeniy T.

Evgeniy T.

Fullstack web developer (Frontend: AngularJS, serv...

Russia - Last active: 1 day ago - Tests: 3 - Portfolio: 1

Good code solves only existing issues, without extra universality, doesn't contain anti-patterns and covered by tests to be able to evolve. (c) me Full-stack programmer. I use AngularJS since 2011, use PHP since 2004. I like to write clean OOP code with unit-tests. I can share information with startups about widely used services and technologies (sometimes it will help you to save time and money). oDesk All Stars Gold Club member :) Technologies, apps and services I have experience with: AngularJS, PHP, Ionic, D3, Jasmine, Protractor, Twitter Bootstrap, Yeoman, Grunt, Gulp, UI.Router, SOA, REST, JavaScript + ES6, TypeScript, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Redis, Couchbase, MongoDB, Elasticsearch, GAE, AWS, Cloudflare, Beanstalk, Mandrill, PayPal, Stripe, Nexmo, AWS S3 (and lot of other APIs), Git, Travis CI, PHPUnit, Agile, TDD... Things I'd like to get more experience with: Firebase, Dart, Rust, Go, Famous, RethinkDB, websockets, Polymer, HTML5 Media (audio, video, canvas). Things I don't want to work with: CoffeeScript. Very passionate to work with AngularJS. I can write directives (components) of any level of complexity - including interactive maps (Angular+D3.js), nested trees, SVG elements and other fancy things. My components are always reusable. I write e2e and unit tests with Protractor and Jasmine (with Karma as tests runner). Prefer to write ES6 (with BabelJS) nowadays. I have a lot of experience with Ionic, created few mobile apps with this framework, including WMS system (as set of mobile/hybrid apps). I follow best practices and my own years of experience to design apps architecture clean, scalable, easy for collaboration and code reuse. I like MVC and REST paradigms, have experience in writing REST API (also with OPTIONS method support and auto-generated Markdown documentation). Have experience with PayPal API, Amazon S3, Cloudflare, Mandrill, Nexmo and others. Have a lot of experience with caching (also with mutexes, semaphores, preventing dog-pile and race condition effects, RAII control of resources). I wrote an PHP-wrapper for Redis, published on redis.io and successfully working with high load, getting thankful feedback from programmers who use it. Like to optimize performance of algorithms and applications. I think tests are essential for code evolution. There is no code without need to evolution. TDD helps to build modular and easy maintainable system, helps to design whole system to be more scalable and testable. Amount of time needed to write tests is always less than amount of time that will be spent to debug without tests. Time of developer's work costs more than server's resources, but application should be designed with performance in mind - each module should be replaceable and should not decrease overall performance. Web page must be generated fast, should have minimum full page reloads - all for user's comfort. My favorite books are 'Clean code', 'Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture' and 'PHP Objects, Patterns, and Practice' . Also, I like ideas of Misko Hevery about writing testable code. I like and respect SOLID principles, hexagonal architecture, MVC pattern, and, especially, Separation of concerns. Examples of my code and OpenSource activity: Github: https://github.com/jamm SO: http://stackoverflow.com/users/680786/oz?tab=answers

$120.00 /hr
3,808 hours
5.00
Igor Golovanov

Igor Golovanov

PHP Expert, Member of Doctrine, Symfony, Zend, Yii...

Ukraine - Last active: 25 days ago - Tests: 2 - Portfolio: 7

I have experience in development of large commercial(enterprise) web solutions for over seven years. Have expert knowledge/experience with frameworks: Yii, Zend, Symfony, Doctrine, SugarCRM. For each solution, choose a timber Most appropriate database, currently used in the implemented projects database: MySQL, PostgreSql, Microsoft SQL Server, MongoDB, Redis. Also developed projects using search engines: Apache Solr, Sphinx, PostGIS. I have extensive experience in developing client applications using jQuery, BackboneJS, RequireJS, DojoToolkit, TwitterBootstrap. Am one of the team of the commercial(enterprise) version SugarCRM: https://github.com/sugarcrm And am one of team of Doctrine Project: https://github.com/doctrine

$35.00 /hr
1,576 hours
5.00