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Marcin M.

Marcin M.

Web Data Extraction and Regexp Expert

Canada - Last active: 3 days ago - Tests: 2

Software Developer specializing in Web Data Extraction and Manipulation. Expert in web data retrieval (web scraping), data manipulation (using regular expression parsing) and website change monitoring. • Fluent in English, French, Polish, and Spanish. • Government of Canada Secret Security Clearance (avail. on request). • Very organized, innovative, and dedicated to work. • Excellent communication skills (both written and spoken). • My TV interview: youtube.com/watch?v=MmRkoF3IaQ8 My objective is to deliver quality solutions and leave my clients satisfied.

$33.33 /hr
2,415 hours
5.00
Daniel K.

Daniel K.

ASP.NET MVC, API, AngularJS Lead Developer

Ukraine - Last active: 12 days ago - Tests: 2 - Portfolio: 2

I'm a full stack .NET Web developer with over 6+ years of experience and fluent spoken english. Worked for Danish, US and UK companies on complex enterprise solutions as well as small to large web based apps and services for startups. From time to time I also contribute to open source projects. Here is what i use during the day: - C# - EF both code first and database first (depending on the project type) - ASP.NET WEBAPI - ASP.NET MVC 3/4/5 - Orchard - HTML5, CSS3, BOOTSTRAP - Vanila JavaScript, AngularJS - Agile development (SCRUM, Kanban) and more.. You're welcome to view my linkedin profile: http://bit.ly/DanielK-Dev Feel free to contact me if you need help implementing your next idea or need support with a running systems to discuss the project in detail. Thanks, Daniel

$40.00 /hr
2,169 hours
4.80
Alexander B.

Alexander B.

Senior/Lead Full Stack Java Developer - Java, Spri...

Russia - Last active: 3 days ago - Tests: 7 - Portfolio: 2

My core strengths are algorithm design, deep knowledge of OOP and Java, web frameworks, and cloud services. I would like to apply these skills to helping build useful applications for big community. I have strong working knowledge of: - Spring (Core, Data) - Java core: Collections, Concurrent, I/O and etc. - Networking: TCP/IP - JPA, Hibernate, SQL. - Google Guava libraries, Lombok project, Swing, Maven. - Git, Jira, Redmine, Asana, CI (Jenkins). - Linux: I am comfortable with the bash shell, can perform system administration tasks (such as building, installing and configuring applications), and write complex bash scripts. Also I have working knowledge of the following tools, technologies, and practices - Web: frontend: HTML, CSS, XML, AngularJS, Jquery, Javascript, JSON, backend: Spring (MVC, Security), JSP, Google Web Toolkit (GWT), gson - Testing: Junit, Mockito, TDD - Application-as-a-Service: Google AppEngine (BigTable, MemCache, Billing Optimization) - Java: JDBC, JMX, JNI You can see an objective evaluation of my skills at: - Codingame website. Here held competitions for developers including solutions for non-trivial tasks: 1. Challenge scoreboard (23 November): http://www.codingame.com/cg/#!ranking:17:DontRelaX 2. Challenge scoreboard (25 January): http://www.codingame.com/cg/#!ranking:21:DontRelaX 3. Challenge scoreboard (22 February): http://www.codingame.com/cg/#!ranking:23:DontRelaX 4. Challenge scoreboard (26 April on Scala): http://www.codingame.com/cg/#!ranking:29:DontRelaX - Smarterer website. It's just additional tests passed by me: http://smarterer.com/DontRelaX I understand and regularly use OOP principles, including common design patterns. I tend to favor self-documented code that is easy to read, but I am happy to add additional documentation. I have experience taking projects from an idea to completion. I have a passion for programming, and take pride in improving my skills each day.

$55.56 /hr
1,038 hours
5.00
Dorris joy A.

Dorris joy A.

Certified PHP/MySQL/HTML5/CSS3/JS/SVG/Canvas dev

Philippines - Last active: 4 days ago - Tests: 5

With almost 10 years evolving in the IT world, i've gained sufficient knowledge and now very competent to develop applications and websites for people around the globe. I've done websites with CMS, online booking and reservations, CRM systems, streaming video playlist, mobile services in the Philippines (Smart, Globe, Sun). These projects were developed mainly with PHP and MySQL. Also, Javascript plugins and framewroks are also injected to provide cool user interaction. Aside from being a programmer, Im also inclined to art and designs, so Im very particular with the look and feel of the product, while taking in mind the clients' specifications.

$35.00 /hr
1,389 hours
4.77
Payal G.

Payal G.

Expert Ruby on Rails Developer

India - Last active: 1 day ago - Tests: 7 - Portfolio: 9

Availability : Full time for $4500 per month Expert Ruby on Rails developer with over 7 years experience in developing web applications in different domains. My core competency is to be able to jump in to any phase of project life cycle with full efficiency. Worked well on projects with team of 1-12 members as well as single handedly built projects from scratch to the production/maintenance stage. Full stack developer with backend, frontend and server management skills. Skills: Ruby on Rails, Ruby JavaScript, jQuery, node.js, backbone.js, d3.js Mysql, postgresql, neo4j, mongodb HTML5, CSS3, HAML, SASS RSpec, Cucumber, Selenium, Capybara Amazon Web Services, Heroku Github, SVN Trello, Asana, Pivotal Tracker Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator API Integration (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Salesforce, Google Services and any third party service) SDK development, API development

$55.56 /hr
2,978 hours
4.94
Matthew Davids

Matthew Davids

Software Architect

United States - Last active: 2 days ago - Tests: 3

Currently doing a few different things. Among them: - Cloudformation and infrastructure design on AWS: - Autoscaling, S3, couchbase, node applications, Chef - Javascript Single Page Application design: - React.js, gulp, semantic-ui - Fluid Dynamics/Modelling in Processing: - Side project, not professional. Navier-Stokes, numerical methods, computer graphics, etc. I previously developed provisioning and deployment solutions for a client's in-house automated testing infrastructure. The majority of this was done in Ruby, with some variations dictated by DSLs in Chef and Vagrant, as well as a number of scripting languages, as required. I've also managed a team of 3-5 software engineers working on provisioning automation/DevOps projects. Current Frameworks and JS tools: React.js, backbone.js, gulp.js, bower, browserify, node, etc... More to come shortly. Current Languages: JavaScript, Ruby, Chef, Batch, BASH, Powershell, XML, JSON, AutoIT Current Tools: Chef, Amazon Web Services, Vagrant, Ant, InstallAnywhere, Install4j Current Operating Systems (configuration, software deployment, etc): Windows Server (2003 - 2012) SLES 11 RedHat 6.4 CentOS 6.4 Ubuntu 12.04/14.04 Amazon Linux Past Languages: Processing, C++, Java, OpenGL, Octave, MATLAB, Mathematica, SQL, C, C#, LUA, R, and Python Other: Verilog, VHDL, Oculus Rift, Razer Hydra

$60.00 /hr
1,399 hours
5.00
Jordan Ringenberg

Jordan Ringenberg

PhD in Computer Science, Expert in C++, Python, MA...

United States - Last active: 4 days ago - Tests: 3

Expert knowledge and over seven years of experience in object-oriented programming and agile development utilizing C++, Java, Python, Visual Basic, Objective-C, C#, MySQL, shell scripting, and web programming Software engineering and computer vision expertise, with numerous peer-reviewed published outcomes. Specialties include object-oriented design, algorithms, image processing and computer vision, and 3D modeling Expert-level experience in major development platforms including .NET, MATLAB, Linux/UNIX, Eclipse, and Cocoa Strong written and verbal skills, with proven track record in university teaching and scholarly publications

$60.00 /hr
85 hours
5.00
Luke Otterblad

Luke Otterblad

AWS and GCE Engineer. Python, Javascript and Elast...

United States - Last active: 1 month ago - Tests: 7 - Portfolio: 3

Senior software developer specializing in improving the accessibility, intelligence, and flexibility of code. Experienced at working with startups. My areas of interest and expertise that you may require include AWS and GCE Engineering, front end and back end web development, Elasticsearch integrations, recommendation engines, natural language processing and data analysis. Currently continuing a nine year career in analysis and web development. I'm highly self-motivated and seek challenging projects that match my expertise (http://github.com/lotterblad). Jobs I do: - Design and get systems up and running in the cloud - improve search and search user interfaces - integrate visualization and analysis pipelines - Make applications more intelligent by using things like recommendation and spam classifiers - Program front end UI designs and fix bugs related to cross browser compatibility - build out platforms communicating using API's Tools I use: - Amazon Web Services (EC2, S3, Elastic MapReduce) for development and deployment - Google Cloud (BigQuery, App Engine, GCE) - Elasticsearch Server for storage and query, Kibana and logstash for log management - Website and app development, Web Development, machine learning and natural language processing with Python and Java. - Web development with Node, Express, and Angular as well as other Javascript libraries like D3.js, jQuery, and three.js - Time series analysis, statistics and visualization with the R programming language - Database Development: Google Datastore and MongoDB (document database), MySQL and Postgres (relational), redis (key-value) and memcache - Twitter Bootstrap, or Responsive Design with jQuery, CSS, HTML for mobile responsive landing pages as well as general purpose web pages. - Integrations using Mule ESB Samples of open-source code available: http://github.com/lotterblad

$90.00 /hr
2,189 hours
5.00
Bilal Siddiqui

Bilal Siddiqui

Java and XML consultant

Pakistan - Last active: 1 day ago - Tests: 1

I am an electronics engineer, XML consultant, technology evangelist, and frequently published technical author. After graduating in 1995 from the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, I began designing software solutions for industrial control systems. Later, I turned to XML and built web- and WAP-based XML processing tools, server-side parsing solutions, and service applications. Since 2006, I have focused exclusively on Java- and XML-based open source tools and solutions. A strong advocate of open source tools, I not only design solutions based on them but also train software and IT personnel at Lahore universities in using open source technologies. I am the author of JasperReports 3.6 Development Cookbook (Packt Publishing, 2010). Please see my following articles that I've been writing to display my work. Data visualization, Part 1: Visualize browsing metrics with SVG and D3 http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/opensource/library/os-dataviz1/index.html?ca=drs- Data visualization, Part 2: Use D3 component layouts http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/opensource/library/os-dataviz2/index.html Bonita for business process management, Part 1: Configure a simple workflow http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/opensource/library/j-bpm1/index.html Bonita for business process management, Part 2: Configure forms and variables http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/library/j-bpm2/ Integrate social networks into BPM, Part 1: Collect Twitter data http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/library/j-sb1/ Integrate social networks into BPM, Part 2: Add Twitter data to CRM http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/library/j-sb2/ XML Canonicalization http://www.xml.com/pub/a/ws/2002/09/18/c14n.html http://www.xml.com/pub/a/ws/2002/10/09/canonicalization.html Integrating healthcare services, Part 1: Using an Enterprise Service Bus for healthcare https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/java/library/j-hsb1/index.html Integrating healthcare services, Part 2: Using Apache ServiceMix as a Healthcare Service Bus https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/java/library/j-hsb2/ Design XML schemas for enterprise data https://www6.software.ibm.com/developerworks/education/x-schemadata/x-schemadata-a4.pdf Build configurable workflows with WS-BPEL and IoC, Part 2: Developing and hosting BPEL workflows http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/java/library/j-bpel-ioc2/index.html Deploying Web services with WSDL, Part 1: Introduction to Web services and WSDL http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/library/ws-intwsdl/ Securing Java applications with Acegi http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/library/j-acegi1/ Web Services Security, Part 1 http://www.xml.com/pub/a/ws/2003/03/04/security.html Web Services Security, Part 2 http://www.xml.com/pub/a/ws/2003/04/01/security.html Implementing XML Encryption in Java http://www.xml.com/pub/a/ws/2004/04/21/wss4j.html

$35.00 /hr
523 hours
4.96
Francesco M.

Francesco M.

BI Developer and some other nice things

Poland - Last active: 6 days ago - Tests: 4

I started my career as C++ developer, then I moved to Visual Basic and SQL, but when things are getting serious you start to use a real database, so I learn PL/SQL and from there I moved to Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence. Moving abroad was only the next natural step in my search for more interesting and challenging projects. I admit it, a girlfriend was a good reason too. I think I passed the test, if I still have no intention to come back to mamma. When I joined MicroStrategy I knew only that I enjoyed my time with the rudimentary BI tool I was using, I knew something more was out there. With my Oracle and programming background I started working on ETL and Data Modelling projects, but you don't do BI if you don't understand your customer's business. Finally a way to combine my job and my communication degree. In the last four year I have be travelling around the world working in different environments and having my part of fun doing it, and I was lucky enough to do it adding new experiences and skills to my curriculum. And a wife as well. And now? now I'm looking for the next step in my life.

$111.11 /hr
9 hours
5.00