Danish Job Cost Overview
Typical total cost of oDesk Danish projects based on completed and fixed-price jobs.
oDesk Danish Jobs Completed Quarterly
On average, 41 Danish projects are completed every quarter on oDesk.
Time to Complete oDesk Danish Jobs
Time needed to complete a Danish project on oDesk.
Average Danish Freelancer Feedback Score
Danish oDesk freelancers typically receive a client rating of 4.95.
I am an ambitious person, who is dedicated and work structured with the task to achieve the defined goals. I have a good overview of problem solving situations and are able to grasp complex problems and see solutions and tasks rather than problems. I am a trained technical assistant, and through my professional life from the defense over a major international manufacturing company and later as a freelancer, have I built a large and broad IT knowledge and a good and robust tool kit containing: development, networking, backup, monitoring, scripting and implementation of major projects. I have previously worked closely with system administration, operations and support along with development.
Born and raised in Denmark, lived/traveled the world for 10 years now. Have a Computer degree PADI scuba dive instructor Web master Online 24/7 with a good Internet connection. Can work full time
Hello my name is Mathias, I am a young web developer from Denmark, trying to start out as a freelance web developer. Why should you hire me? You should hire me because I love what I do: developing websites. And I am very reliable and positive:)
Hi My name is Jonas and i´m from Denmark I´m studying for my masters in chemical and biotech engineering in Denmark. Beside from knowing a lot about chemical engineering I have some experience translating Danish-English, English-Danish and i´m also experienced with CRM.
I have a B.Sc. in computer science and I am currently writing my master thesis on computer assisted fine motor skill training. My areas of expertise: - .Net programming, specifically C# for both web and the desktop - Document databases, specifically RavenDB - Asp.Net and Asp.Net MVC - SQL I have some experience or knowledge of the following areas: - Monadic parser combinators - Haskell with monads - Message passing systems (RabbitMQ) - C/C++ - F# My relevant experience includes: - Working as instructor in The University of Copenhagen in the following subjects: - Object Oriented Programming - Project Course: Systems Development - Machine Architecture - Human Computer Interaction - Co-founding Daybuilder Solutions (www.daybuilder.dk), which sells a system for mental health clinics to let patients do self-registration of symptoms. Our product "Daybuilder" was based on work done for my B.Sc. thesis which resulted in a peer-reviewed paper (http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2348144.2348146&coll=DL&dl=GUIDE&CFID=363268471&CFTOKEN=56290706). I am the lead programmer on the system. - Founding the company "Juka s.m.b.a." which was my vehicle for independent consulting. Consulting jobs included: - Designing and implementing an application for simultaneous transcribtion for hearing impaired people. - Consulting on implementing an electronic invoicing infrastructure.
I am currently studying to become a Game Developer with focus on programming. My primary coding language is C#, using Visual Studio (VS2012) as my IDE. At this moment i'm taking a semester in Vancouver. Focus of the term is developing a project in collaboration with a real client. So far this term has given me a lot of experience with developing in Unity, using the Razer Hydra and Oculus Rift. I will be available for freelance hiring from early summer till late fall, and will be looking for fulltime employment from January 2015.