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Post your Ruby programming project on oDesk and find experienced Ruby developers and consultants who can download and install Ruby 2.0 on your server with RVM, create websites using the Ruby on Rails or Sinatra framework, or develop website crawlers and web scraping scripts for videos, news and images. These professionals can also convert your PHP or Python application to Ruby, create a back-end for iOS with RubyMotion, debug or maintain libraries of selenium-webdriver scripts, or create data automation scripts to import into custom APIs.
Ruby is an open-source dynamic and general-purpose programming language that is similar to languages like Perl, Lisp, Python and Smalltalk. On oDesk, the world’s largest online workplace, companies hire Ruby freelancers for various Ruby development projects, from web applications and threaded database servers to chart libraries, desktop GUI applications and image recognition engines.
Ruby Job Cost Overview
Typical total cost of oDesk Ruby projects based on completed and fixed-price jobs.
oDesk Ruby Jobs Completed Quarterly
On average, 218 Ruby projects are completed every quarter on oDesk.
Time to Complete oDesk Ruby Jobs
Time needed to complete a Ruby project on oDesk.
Average Ruby Freelancer Feedback Score
Ruby oDesk freelancers typically receive a client rating of 4.70.
I am a full-stack developer with almost 10 years of experience. I strongly appreciate clean, well-structured, well-tested, communicative code. I am looking for challenging web and mobile projects where I can apply my skills and bring value to your business. The technology stack I'm currently using includes Ruby, CoffeeScript, Rails/Sinatra, MySQL/Postgres, Sidekiq/DelayedJob, Capistrano, Slim/HAML, SASS/LESS, jQuery, Backbone, Twitter Bootstrap, Git, RSpec, Capubara, Heroku/Linode/AWS and a lot of other things. Also, recently, I've build a couple of iOS apps using Rubymotion.
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.
I'm among top 1% freelancers on ODesk. I am agile practitioner, and Pair Programming lover, TDD/BDD, Design Principles, and OSS. I hold .NET(MCTS) in the past. I have been working on Ruby since Rails 2.3, and I really love doing it. I have some experiences on developing Single Page Application with AngluarJS. I've just started on iOS development with RubyMotion and regularly do #pairwithme with random people as my hobby. I am an alumni of Ruby Mendicant University. My Website: http://wowkhmer.com My Github: http://github.com/samnang
Hi, my name is Kyrylo, and I'm oDesk Verified Mobile Applications Developer. I mainly focus on iOS development with Rubymotion, but also can work with Objective-C and Swift, have a lot of experience in web-development including back-end (Node.js, Ruby on Rails) and front-end development (Angular.js, Ember.js). I was working on applications like PackPoint or TradeGecko that were mentioned by TechCrunch, Lifehacker, TheNextWeb, 9to5Mac, Washington Post, L.A. Times and others. Some other apps were featured in App Store, others have 60k+ monthly users.