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Last updated: February 1, 2015

  • Graduate Student of IR in China

    My goal is to find a position where I can use both Chinese and English in an international political or business environment. I have always been interested in international relations, and so I decided to work for the Peace Corps … more

    My goal is to find a position where I can use both Chinese and English in an international political or business environment. I have always been interested in international relations, and so I decided to work for the Peace Corps in rural China for two years and then take my education a step further by pursing a graduate degree at Zhejiang University in Hangzhou, China. Even though I am scheduled to graduate in July, it will not be the end of my pursuit for education and self-improvement, for no matter what career path I ultimately decide to take, I will dedicate myself fully to learning the skills necessary for the job, improving my performance, and moving up within the company. Thank you very much for your consideration.  less

    translation-chinese-english translation-english-chinese chinese japanese teaching-english project-management customer-service customer-support sales public-speaking public-relations 00 more less
    • $22.22 HOURLY RATE
    • NO FEEDBACK GIVEN
    • 0 HOURS
    • UNITED STATES
    • LAST ACTIVE
    • 0 PORTFOLIO ITEMS
    • 3 TESTS
  • I am self taught in the information security field and in Python programming. I have JLPT N1 certification in Japanese language and I'm a certified translator for Japanese and English languages. … more

    I am self taught in the information security field and in Python programming. I have JLPT N1 certification in Japanese language and I'm a certified translator for Japanese and English languages.  less

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    • $11.11 HOURLY RATE
    • NO FEEDBACK GIVEN
    • 0 HOURS
    • ROMANIA
    • LAST ACTIVE
    • 1 PORTFOLIO ITEM
    • 5 TESTS
  • English-German-Japanese-Chinese Translator & Strategic Project Manager

    I am a native German young professional translator with 8 years of translation and proofreading experience. I have a language, culture and IT magister degree (best 3%; remark: magister is a degree between master and doctor) and profound knowledge in … more

    I am a native German young professional translator with 8 years of translation and proofreading experience. I have a language, culture and IT magister degree (best 3%; remark: magister is a degree between master and doctor) and profound knowledge in a broad spectrum of fields (e.g. medicine, IT, computer linguistics, literature, teaching, politics, philosophy, mathematics, financing, physics and so on). I have further advanced skills in microsoft word, excel, access, open office, adobe photoshop, programming & webdesign in HTML, Basic, Java, Haskell, Lisp, ACT-R, project management, strategic management and so on. I have been living in Japan, China, US, UK and Colombia. I am accustomed with their cultural differences and use most of these languages daily. As a client, consider punctionality, thoroughness and a qualitatively high literal standard my three most important aspects of work as a translator. I would appreciate it very much, if you let me know from the start who is going to read the translation. Case by case, I will shift between technical translation and creative translation and adapt the language and the style accordingly. I am looking forward to your email.  less

    translation german japanese chinese translation-english-german translation-german-english translation-japanese-english translation-chinese-english proofreading technical-documentation subtitling strategic-planning marketing-strategy teaching-english teaching-mathematics java microsoft-access adobe-photoshop data-entry open-office microsoft-word microsoft-excel microsoft-powerpoint photo-editing localization 00 more less
    • $16.67 HOURLY RATE
    • 5.0
    • 0 HOURS
    • GERMANY
    • LAST ACTIVE
    • 1 PORTFOLIO ITEM
    • 1 TEST
  • High quality Japanese to English translation and proofreading.

    Professional Japanese to English translator / proofreader with over 10 years experience. Have lived in Japan for a total of 14 years and passed the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (N1) in 2013. High quality work delivered on time.

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    • $22.22 HOURLY RATE
    • NO FEEDBACK GIVEN
    • 0 HOURS
    • JAPAN
    • LAST ACTIVE
    • 0 PORTFOLIO ITEMS
    • 3 TESTS
  • Information Technology Professional

    I am an independent software developer looking to create quality software by utilizing best practices. I have a wealth of experience (over 8 years) in web applications development, particularly in Java and .Net. I am also familiar with the software … more

    I am an independent software developer looking to create quality software by utilizing best practices. I have a wealth of experience (over 8 years) in web applications development, particularly in Java and .Net. I am also familiar with the software development life cycle and almost all the major development methodologies, including Agile software development. I have also had experience as a software architect, designing software from the ground up. Despite my years of experience, I do not consider myself an expert, but rather an ongoing student. I am looking to work on a project that will not only challenge me to utilize my current skill set to its maximum potential, but also allow me to broaden my horizons and learn new things.  less

    java javascript c# .net-framework japanese c 00 more less
    • $13.33 HOURLY RATE
    • 5.0
    • 18 HOURS
    • PHILIPPINES
    • LAST ACTIVE
    • 0 PORTFOLIO ITEMS
    • 7 TESTS
  • Vastly experienced techie, linguist, and branding connoisseur

    From my blog at www.edwardsson.com: Here’s what I’ve been thinking. I’m a long way north of my fortieth birthday. I’ve just parted ways with your typical mid-career corporate gig, a job that demanded the … more

    From my blog at www.edwardsson.com: Here’s what I’ve been thinking. I’m a long way north of my fortieth birthday. I’ve just parted ways with your typical mid-career corporate gig, a job that demanded the sort of focus and commitment entrepreneurs devote to their startups, but without the excitement and satisfaction. If I dive right back into the same old labor pool, I’ll probably find myself in much the same place again, with bureaucratic bosses calling the shots for the rest of my working days. It’s about time I reinvented myself. Again. The last bit of career reinvention I did was in the mid 1990s. Back then, geography was still a huge constraint when it came to work and business opportunities. The Web was in its infancy, and the only people buying anything from Amazon.com were academics hunting for obscure tomes about 19th Century Venezuelan economic development. Hardly anyone used the Internet as an significant tool for their career. On the other hand, Information Technology was ubiquitous and booming. I was a linguist in Australia then, with a relocation to the USA in my future. When it came to portable marketability, the technogeek tribe clearly had a big edge on the language nerd camp. Cue the career reinvention. It seems to me that career reinvention is like creating a new recipe for soup. You take various ingredients, in the form of skills and personal interests and economic opportunities, and you mix them together to make career soup. And if some new cooking methods have come along since the last time you tried to create soup, you might end up with a uniquely satisfying concoction. So what do you get when you take an unquenchable love of words, a degree in linguistics, a knack for technology, and a wildly eclectic range of other interests, and then you mix it all together in the global market cauldron called the Internet? You get a Naming Consultant, that’s what. Yes, really. That’s an actual thing, and I propose to turn myself into it. Actually, I’ve been doing the job on a sort of pro bono basis for years anyway. I’ve been obsessed with names since childhood. That’s when I realized my own name was rather odd by Australian standards of the 1970s. The first thing I ever named by myself was my dog Bindy, which is Australian for “prickly grass seeds that get stuck to your socks, your shoelaces, and your dog”. I’ve been naming things ever since. In recent years, I’ve gone so far as to think up businesses and products and alter egos, thus providing a steady supply of new things to name. America’s veneration of entrepreneurialism has a lot to do with these endeavors, but my favorite part has always been the naming. My Kickstarter campaign to launch a bamboo balance bike for pre-schoolers failed utterly, but I’m still very proud of Scooty Boo. In the hands of a real product development team, that catchy little brand could go a long way. Naming Consultant it is, then. Heads up, branding gurus and marketing elancers and slogan peddlers on Fiverr, there’s a new kid in town. Well, technically he’s a new late middle aged guy, but that’s not really the point. The point is, he’s going to start naming stuff for money in a patch of the Internet near you. Name on!  less

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    • $33.33 HOURLY RATE
    • NO FEEDBACK GIVEN
    • 0 HOURS
    • UNITED STATES
    • LAST ACTIVE
    • 0 PORTFOLIO ITEMS
    • 0 TESTS
  • Business Systems Consultant

    To Solve Real world problems with creative and effective solutions, by sourcing the best information and talent available around the globe and combining in to a pragmatic, elegant solution.

    project-management japanese ecommerce-consulting it-management system-administration management-consulting business-coaching joomla website-development project-management-professional 00 more less
    • $88.89 HOURLY RATE
    • NO FEEDBACK GIVEN
    • 0 HOURS
    • JAPAN
    • LAST ACTIVE
    • 0 PORTFOLIO ITEMS
    • 2 TESTS
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