I am seeking opportunities to build a comprehensive software with distributed data processing, indexing, searching and encryption (JCE, RSA, AES, X.509). Over the last 15 years, I am also working as the system architect and backend developer on the TrackStudio issue tracking system: http://www.TrackStudio.com I am interested in working with Apache Lucene, Solr, Cassandra, Amazon EC2, Java. I have worked with almost all available RDBMSes, many NoSQL engines (Hadoop/HBase, Cassandra, OrientDB, Neo4j, MongoDB), in-memory databases (Hazelcast, GridGain), clustered file systems, general-purpose computing on GPU, and other similar stuff. Have a great experience in query optimization, application profiling, and troubleshooting. Strong theoretical background in math, relational database theory, statistics and IT; broad software development industry's experience, including but not limited to programming, object-oriented and database design, development for Windows/UNIX/Linux. I have good project management skills, experience in communication local and worldwide customers. Have no daytime job and focused on oDesk projects.
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I'm specialized in WordPress/PHP/MySQL/xHTML/CSS with 7years++ experience. I've made almost a hundred of premium/ordinary WordPress themes and 25+ plugins from scratch. Codes are cross-browser compatible and w3c valid. I also work fast and online most of the day if you have tight deadlines. I also do responsive (Tablet and mobile) themes. I maintain high standards in my codes for easy modifications in the future. I am seeking opportunities where I can use and improve my skills. I love challenge and willing to learn new things if needed.
I am enthusiast with both commercial and non-commercial experience in IT. My experience includes: * Python (Django, Pylons/Pyramid, Tornado, webpy) web development; * Voluntary support of small-to-mid scale computer networks; * Unix/Linux server administration; * Contributing to various open-source projects; * Fun oriented not-so-mainstream tools (Haskell, Erlang, Forth) self-education. I tend to choose tools suitable for specific problems rather then focus on a single technology. I am available for research on unfamiliar domains and technologies. Learning new things is fun; learning new things for real-world tasks is double fun! I am looking for challenging IT projects which hopefully will save someone's time / provide new opportunities / make the world better.