Unix Job Cost Overview
Typical total cost of oDesk Unix projects based on completed and fixed-price jobs.
oDesk Unix Jobs Completed Quarterly
On average, 16 Unix projects are completed every quarter on oDesk.
Time to Complete oDesk Unix Jobs
Time needed to complete a Unix project on oDesk.
Average Unix Freelancer Feedback Score
Unix oDesk freelancers typically receive a client rating of 4.60.
Master's degree in applied mathematics and physics, computer science. 7 years of working experience at the position of Senior Java Developer. Responsibilities include writing applications code, code review, bugfixing, analysis of technical and business requirements, negotiations with clients. 9 successfully finished projects. Good knowledge of Java platform, databases, web-design. Basic knowledge of the .NET platform.
Self-motivated Linux and Unix-like systems admin, with experience in web based services and startups. Designing, redesigning and customisation of services to fit exactly to current needs. Ready to work on-call in different time zones. With huge desire to work with proffessional teams supporting free software and its values. Ready to share knowledge with newbies and learn from old professionals. - Linux Administration experience - 2+ years - Programming experience 3 years - IT experience - 5+ years
I am a _real_ software engineer, I write programs for programmers, not computers. I've been a full time employee for the past 9 years as a software engineer, creating software applications in Windows, Unix/Linux platforms as well as developing software tools and some handy scripts. List of my skills includes but not limited by: Object-Oriented Programming, Design Patterns, Algorithms, Multithreading, Networking, GSM, Virtual Machine, MPEG-2 Transport Stream, C, C++, Java, Perl, Python, VBA, Swift, XML, TCP/IP, UDP, Linux, Unix, Wireshark Dissector, Oracle, MySQL I'm fast learner and I'm keen to learn new technologies. I'm looking forward to work with you!
I am an experienced Software Developer Engineer and Unix System Administrator with a vast experience in, designing, developing and managing mission critical, scalable and robust systems, with a high level of utilization. I feel comfortable with most technologies so I can use any technology that might do the job, I love to learn new things, and I'm quick at doing it. I have developed a superb capacity to isolate, identify and quickly fix problems on a methodical way.
While studying sound engineering & acoustics and being a passionate programmer, so far I've developed some desktop apps(Java/JNI/C/C++) and one applet (Java & SQL), mainly based on speech intelligibility tests and designed for hearing impairment diagnostics & hearing aids fitting/comparison.My other software was for doing some extensive signal processing (for example, spatial filtering & beamforming with multichannel recordings ~ for my bachelors degree in acoustics) and other custom manipulation on audio data (C#, Matlab), but ~sound~ is not my only point of interrest. I like to code tricky stuff, not only sound-focused, and I'm familiar with other areas & API's like Qt, Direct3D, DirectSound, OpenGL, OpenAL, winmm or nvidia CUDA, so far due to my home-alone, hobby-oriented, non-commercial experiences. Always wanted to develop games/scientific applications/utils, but I'm open for any offer that could make the world a better place ;)
I've used to work for Oracle Inc. creating the Java Development Kit and I'm have made more commits to the JDK9 project than anybody else. My main focus was to deliver Java port for Mac OS X, so I have great experience both with Java and with Objective-C. I've been an intern in Howard Hughes Medical Institute in USA, making math and predictive models for the neuroscience institution. I have 2 higher degrees: master in Computer Science and bachelor in Economics, both finished with the highest possible grade. A while ago I've lost satisfaction with the job at Oracle and decided to become a freelancer. My aim here is to find interesting tasks and solve them.