I am an HPC (high performance computing) specialist ( keywords: "super computers" / "number crunching" ) working mostly with huge Linux systems and math related tasks. I am also a scientist specializing in linear algebra . I have somewhat outdated formal training in cryptography (and cryptography related math) but I am definitely not an expert in the field. But here I am looking for fixed price software reverse engineering jobs to keep my skill fresh. Reverse engineering of firmwares for any kind of devices and Molebox problems are welcome.
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Talent: Math "Top 0.1%". I rapidly understand situations and can't stop to incubate new Ideas and concepts. Thus i could turn out a key in moving your idea into a profitable beta and making it a failproof one backed by stochastics and statistics. I would also like to leverage my skills by designing new robust social systems and programming core pieces, algorithms, distributed systems/databases, machine learning/AI, science. -- I look for milestone/performance-based payments, which fits unique non-repetitive work is most efficient for clients. I may also be happy to support your novel and positive or charitable project for free voluntarily. -- Yet i may very well turn out helpful in automating repetitive tasks which you would otherwise get done only manually through countless of freelancer hours. Through rapid prototyping the threshold of complexity/volume to break-even automation of a job is usually much smaller than clients expect and often comes with 100% accuracy. Languages: (native) German. English (writing this down in my 'instant messaging quality'), bits of Latin languages. Keywords/Tagcloud (I'd be happy to participate in interdisciplinary projects in any of the following fields, some of extensive experience/practice - others to learn still) Big data analysis/datascience Business plans, Finance/Stockmarket/Trading Mathematics / Stochastic-process, Supercomputers (clusters, cloud) Crowdsourcing, Crowdfunding, Social-business, microlending, microwork, peer2peer, blockchain, Datajournalism, Infografics, Diagram- illustration. algorithmic thinking, Chemics, Nanotechnology, Physics, Biology, regenerative Energy, Matlab, SciDB, NewSQL, drizzle, nuodb, neo4j, relational in-memory database, redis, voltdb, google grants adwords for non profits facebook ads adverts, Cloudera, Wolfram Mathematica, C++, C#, Visual Studio, Prolog, logic, UIMA, computational linguistics, google ngrams, google trends, NLP, computer vision, openCV, statistics, Wolfram alpha, IBM watson, SPSS, R, Ethics, Politics, Philosophy, Theology, apache camel, apache mahout, imacros, Sociology, Psychology)
http://www.linkedin.com/in/morgwai I'm a deep-server-side guy specializing in scalability and high availability of large distributed systems. I used to work at Google for 3.5 years where big-data and no-sql terms were coined. Designing, deploying and maintaining large-scale, complex systems on Google cloud was my daily bread. I have a very good ability of learning new technologies and analysing existing systems. My work at Filemedic is a good example: when I started I knew nothing about Android NDK except that it allows to use native c/c++ libs in android apps somehow. A month later I created an NDK-HOWTO for advanced users, reported several bugs in NDK itself and fixed few myself of which at least one was critical.
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I am an experienced software development engineer (work from 2008). My specialization is web applications backends. I like clouds and distributed system. I am working at Microsoft as FTE and I can take only small size projects where deadlines are not critical because I work only in my spare time. I know Python (and Django too), Ruby (and Rails too, but I don't like Ruby), JS, C#. I really like Clojure but I haven't any projects on it. I don't want to work with frontends. If you need to develop an application backend I'm at your service.
I have been a software developer for nearly a decade and in that time I have had a wide range in experience. I have written an online benefits enrollment system for worksite benefits (e.g., health insurance, dental insurance, life insurance). I have also written a system for managing the battery inventory for warehouses. I have written a distributed computing system for a company specializing in automotive dealership analytics. Whatever you may need I believe that I have the experience and skills that you need.
I finished my degree, BSc Honours in Computer Science at the University of Leeds, England, at the age of 22. Since then I have had more than 15 years of experience in building large scale applications using Delphi, C++ Builder, Microsoft VB, Microsoft C++ and Microsoft C#. Other skills involve 3D programming with DirectX, OpenGL, and HLSL. I have a very good physics and mathematical background which allow me to easily develop physics simulation systems, 3D visualisation systems and deal with problem solving. I can easily program client/server multitier applications that involve network communications such as TCP/IP programming, SOAP and a lot of other proprietary and standard network protocols, such as POP and Web Services among others. All application programming at some point involves storing data in a persistent storage. I have been writing applications that span over from custom database development, such as binary tree/hash tree indexing units, to using ready made relational database systems such as SQL Server, Interbase, Oracle and Access.