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During the last two years, I have developed extensively using the Ruby on Rails framework, including internships at Due Props, with Rails 3 Way author Obie Fernandez, and Penguin Digital, recently acquired by Shutterfly. I am now a technical co-founder at VentureBoard, where I specialize in Rails development and enforcing good application and code structure. If you're looking for a contractor familiar with writing Ruby on Rails code that is not just effective, but maintainable, and who has had a wide variety of experiences familiarizing him with existing solutions to problems you likely have, then I'm a good candidate for you.
I'm a RoR Engineer. I like to develop a good product that makes life better and easier. I started my career at viki, a fan-subbing video site. I made video player and subbing tools, and rewrote the website from PHP to Rails. Viki grew from zero to 10M unique visitors per month. Then I joined Vingle, interests based SNS site. As a lead engineer, I worked on both front-end and back-end with many tools like Rails, Ember.js, Heroku, and etc. Now I work on multiple projects to make good products with a great team. Besides working, I like to take wildlife photos.
I am a full stack engineer with strong design and algorithm skills. I build robust and scalable systems from servers to mobile applications, including complex architecture, API, and web front. I grow and manage teams from 1 to 15 software engineer with agile methods. Few Q&As Who I love ? My wife and my 4 years old triplet What I love ? Good food and tennis Who I like ? Co-workers who teach me as well as learn from me What I like ? Ruby, vim and my vimrc What I offer ? Dedication, efficiency and good mood
Over the last 5 years, I have developed a wide range of websites using great frameworks such as Django, Ruby on Rails, Apache-Struts, ASP.NET and latest technologies including sites for startup companies and small businesses. I provide a full development process. I also have some experience in the following areas: SQL, noSQL (mongoDB), Cloud technologies, jQuery, HTML5, CSS3, Linux, Git, HG, OOP and software design and testing.
I am an independent frontend/backend/tools software hacker-maker building software I believe in. I am a full stack engineer with passion for real systems and real users. LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/hackingonstuff github: http://github.com/eladb Blog: http://hackingonstuff.net I believe in: − Work with crazy and talented people (much better than the sane/boring/mediocre folk) − Beautiful, artful and creative coding, functional programming. − Fabulous, intuitive, familiar, elegant and attractive user experiences and interfaces − Design modular, simple, de-coupled and reusable things (POSIX-fetish) − Continuously release! Don't wait! Steer with data and not hunches − Obsessed about open source. I try to contribute and participate. Not just consume These are industries I am currently interested in: − Mobile/web consumer with it's brutal feedback loop − Quad-rotor drones and their unlimited potential − PaaS/SaaS and dev tools because tools are the only important thing Stuff I am good at: − Frontend and backend background of mobile apps − Will not rest until it's pixel-perfect, aesthetic and slick − Multidisciplinary background from embedded/real-time to web and mobile − Diverse organizational styles: solo, startups, medium and large firms, public sector − Actively involved in all aspects of projects I am involved in Stuff I am not that good at: − Working with people who do not like their job. Software is so beautiful and inspiring to me − Working with people who find it hard to communicate via email − Building products that don't have real value to users − Building products that don't have real value to me (tricky one...) − Shut up if I think things are not working well in any aspect of what I'm involved in Technologies I enjoy nowadays: − iOS to build beautiful native mobile apps − node.js and recently started falling in love with Ruby (not Rails). − C/POSIX/Linux always − Heroku, AWS/EC2/Linux, SaaS and PaaS − Redis (in love), Mongo (meh) − Android (if it was only not Java)
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