Atlassian JIRA Job Cost Overview
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oDesk Atlassian JIRA Jobs Completed Quarterly
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Time to Complete oDesk Atlassian JIRA Jobs
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Average Atlassian JIRA Freelancer Feedback Score
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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
Super discounted hourly rate - $19 - to the first two clients that offer me a job that involves Ruby or Python. Over 250 happy clients. Ideas man, innovation expert and one man think tank! The BOOST to productivity. Big hitting programming veteran rocking out hard to code everyday. I build fast loading websites that bring in more revenue. Comprehensive knowledge of XML based document publishing systems and well versed in PHP 5. Ex Adobe Coldfusion programmer. Junior Pythonista! Ruby Wannabe! XPath Superhero! 24/7 365 IT Nerd and Digital Nomad. A past school chess prodigy. Electronic dance music enthusiast. Science Fiction / Fantasy fan. I am currently placed in the top 1000 programmers on Codewars - https://www.codewars.com/users/Beast - where I am mainly doing coding challenges in Ruby but overall attempting to learn all 7 current languages they are offering. As I progress through the challenges I am learning more about core Ruby, so far mainly the String and Array Classes and the Enumerable Module Currently working for three USA based companies / government departments some indirectly - one in California. All these jobs involve some form of document publishing. Some software / technologies that I have worked with - Ecrion XF designer, Altova XMLSpy / Stylevision, oXygen XML editor, Stylus Studio, XEP, Xalan, Saxon, Apache FOP, Ibex, xsltproc, EXSLT, MSXML, MSXSL, Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), Orbeon XForms, Docbook (Authoring and XSLT), DITA OT, HL7, FMPXMLRESULT, WordProcessingML, SpreadsheetML, eXist Native XML database with XQuery Update, BaseX, XProc - An XML Pipeline Language. Interested in working with MongoDB, XQuery, JSONiq, MarkLogic, Phalcon PHP, Yii Framework, NoSQL, HHVM, Zend Framework, AngularJS, Big Data, Rails, Django, Zope, Plone, Altova server products (Raptor XML, Flowforce, MapForce, Stylevision) - come on make me a job offer! I have an iMac running OS X Yosemite, 2 desktop PCs running various linux distros, a Lubuntu laptop, a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 KitKat mobile phone, a Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 running KitKat, a Microsoft Surface Pro 2 Tablet running Windows 8.1 and a Firefox OS based mobile phone. When I am awake all my notifications get sent to my Samsung Gear 2 smart watch. In my spare time I like to stream movies and TV shows to my Apple TV and my Google Chromecast, well that's when I'm not learning Ruby or doing challenges on Khan Academy or similar sites. Do you remember those 1980's style left to right arcade games where when you got to the end of the level you had to try to defeat the big boss and then at the end of the game you had to fight the super boss? Well thinking along those lines, I am the undefeated super boss programmer looking for my next elite coding challenge! http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2014/11/24/programmers-price "Working hard. Aiming to be the best. This is my dream. This is my journey!" - Milos Raonic
My goal is customer satisfaction. If you need to get something done - leave it to me. OS: Linux - expert, FreeBSD and Windows Server - proficient Cloud services: AWS, Rackspace SCM: Puppet, Ansible Web servers: Apache, Nginx, Tomcat Database servers: Mysql, Postgresql Atlassian: Jira, Confluence, Crowd, etc - the whole suite Monitoring: Nagios, Groundwork, Zabbix, Monit, Munin, Cacti Virtualization: Openvz, Vmware ESXi/server, Proxmox Mail servers: Zimbra, Exim, Sendmail, Dovecot Backups: Bacula, duplicity, rsnapshot High availability: Corosync/Pacemaker, DRBD Other: standard network services (DNS, DHCP, LDAP, Samba, SVN/Git, http proxy, jabber, VPN, backups, monitoring etc), firewalls and routers (iptables, iproute, VLAN, bridging, bonding). Performance optimization: Magento, Wordpress, etc.
Over the last 10 years, I have been working as technical support engineer/team leader/infrastructure architect for the different companies with on-premise/cloud hosting. My competency lies in planning, development, deployment and setup of the environments from scratch, troubleshooting/support/improvement of existing production systems based on Linux/Unix with the focus on automation and high availability. Have a lot of experience in automation/monitoring/backup of different distributed environments with LAMP stack and other applications, different clustering, scalability and high-availability techniques. Operating systems: Debian/Ubuntu, Redhat(Fedora, RHEL, Centos), Suse, AmazonLinux Level of skill with Unix/Linux: RHCE MailServers: qmail, postfix, sendmail etc Databases: Postgresql, Oracle, Mysql, noSQL databases (Mongodb, Cassandra, Couchbase, Redis etc) Clustering: RHCS, terracotta, heartbeat, pacemaker, distributed balanced setups Programming, scripting languages: Bash, PL/SQL, Ruby Clouds: AWS/Tata/RackSpace/CloudStack/Openstack/Azure Automation: Chef/Puppet, RightScale, AWS Opsworks,CloudFormation etc Continuous integration/deployment: Docker, Atlassian tools, Jenkins, SVN/Git, Codebase etc. Loadbalancers/proxies: Clouds LBs, Haproxy, mod_jk, Squid, Apache, Nginx Application servers: tomcat, jetty, jboss, Apache, Nginx, different PHP-based servers Monitoring: Nagios, Zabbix, Newrelic, OMD etc English: fluent Availability: up to 30hrs/week
Over 19 years of experience working for multinational telcos within their Internet Service Provider Divisions. 8 Years working in networking for a global ISP. Working for UUNET MCI WorldCom (Now Verizon) our network was provisioned, this enabled us to reduce network engineer mistakes, enforce best practices, automate cohesion between all systems. The solution was in house written in Perl, Bash and utilised best of breed open source solutions. Networking provisioning, graphing, monitoring and Router / Switch disaster recovery systems with a focus on automation of networking systems and tools to assist engineers. I am an experienced programmer in Perl, Ruby and Bash, coming from unix environment. I started using Perl in 1997 and continue to use it every day. I am passionate about all systems which add value to ones business, through smart work one can reduce operational express.
Android, iOS, Unity3D, Oculus Rift, Google Glass, Android Wear apps developer. - oDesk All-Star Freelancer Club member! - oDesk Verified Mobile Developers Club member! (oDesk has recognized me as one of their top Mobile Developers. See the badge on the right of my profile for more information.) - iOS applications - Android applications - Cross-platform applications (Unity 3D) - Oculus Rift apps development - Google Glass applications - Android Wear (Android Watches) development - iBeacons development I graduated from Radiophysics & Computer Technologies department of Belorussian State University and am a certified Java SE/EE and Android developer. By now I have delivered over 30 successful mobile solutions to such companies as Novartis, Takeda, Alvesco (multinational pharmaceutical corporations), OLVG, LRF and others. Being a part of Codelegs team, I developed Google Re:Imagined and Block’em applications. Versatile development experience, communication skills and result-oriented approach helped me grow into an effective project manager. Professional football player in the past, I am still very much fond of sports. Besides that, my non-working time is usually devoted to traveling and books. All-Star Freelancer Club member since January 2014. To communicate with my clients I mainly use email and Skype, and I'm always available for a constructive discussion with you. Thanks for reading this overview! Best Regards, Dmitry.
I have a degree in Computer Science B.Sc from the university of Manchester and was one of the top of my class in all of the programming courses (Java, C, C++, C with OpenGL) I have worked in the defence industry working on UAVs (aka Drones) and on the Julius Chinook helicopter and both of these were coded in C++ and Microsoft Visual Studio 2008. I spent a period of my time working on a legacy system written in Borlund C++ and converting it to a new system using Visual Studio. I also spent a period of time writing C in Eclipse on an embedded system (this was for the JULIUS Chinook project) I am extremely willing to negotiate on price and for English projects the language barrier certainly won't be a problem. I am extremely flexible and am always willing to work late or make additional changes or fixes as and when required. Fixes to problems can certainly be negotiated on price/time wise.