Over a decade of experience working as an independent contractor/developer in the field of information technology. Have done IT system development for big and small companies alike across a variety of platforms, both in the US and Japan. Specialties: - I develop platform-agnostic, best-fit solutions that deliver information to end users transparently and economically. - I have certified Japanese-English bilingual language skills: JLPT - N1, BJT - J2
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System administrator: 1. Unix (FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, Solaris 10) 2. Linux (Red Hat, Cent OS, Gentoo, Debian, Ubuntu) 3. Windows (Windows 2003, Windows NT/2000) Developer of the language python, ruby, php,java. 1. Python (Django projects) 2. Ruby (Ruby on Rails projects) 3. Objective-C (iOS Developer) Good knowledge of SQL (MySQL, PostgreSQL). Easily trained and ready to work. Github: https://github.com/grigorov
After becoming mesmerized by the personal computer as a kid, and then the Internet as an adult, my fascination continues. I have been involved in various arms of Enterprise as well as a number of start-ups -- building infrastructure and products to make businesses shine. I have built applications on many platforms but my specialties include Ruby on Rails, ASP.Net, and PHP.
I am the founder and Chief Technology Officer of Illumaware, LLC, where we have served the fitment and data management needs of medium- to large-sized aftermarket parts manufacturers for over 10 years. We pioneered the SaaS business model for ACES and PIES data management in the automotive aftermarket. Currently we serve over 80 manufacturers, many of whom are multinational corporations. Prior to founding Illumaware, I spent 6 years as consultant to the Chief Information Officer of CARQUEST Auto Parts. I have an extensive background in automotive and powersport data acquisition, management, and delivery, and am the original author of the PIES XML specification for the Auto Care Association.
I've been coding for fun and profit for about 8 years now, loving to learn new things and innovative ways of doing old boring stuff have helped me reach my status quo and I believe it will always help me change it. Through these years on the run, I've mastered Software Architecture, Software Engineering and Product Management.
I am an expert Software Engineer with over 9 years of professional development experience on both Windows and Linux. I have designed, implemented and delivered numerous large scale projects at various companies and during my time at Microsoft on the Windows and Bing teams. Through that work I have become proficient in creating back-end services in C/C++, C#, Java, Python and Ruby. I am experienced with multiple aspects of Hadoop, including setting up and maintaining a cluster, configuring Flume, writing Hive/Pig/MapReduce jobs, creating Oozie workflows, etc.
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)
Most recently, my projects have focused on the development of scalable BI/Analytics/Reporting products in the heathcare domain, leveraging BI platforms such as GoodData, Pentaho/Mondrian/Kettle, and JasperServer. These solutions were built upon relational databases including PostgreSQL and columnar databases including Vertica and InfiniDB. In addition, I have additional experience using map-reduce tools such as Hadoop to perform analysis, data cleanup and ETL, as well as graph analysis and visualization using Gephi.
i master object-oriented modeling / programming and feel comfortable with many languages, around many frameworks. i successfully worked and led many projects to mature / production states, from small iOS Apps and intranet / websites to complex neural-networks artificial intelligences for analysing and processing images. i'm a very creative person, and most of all i enjoy solving problems, whatever their nature is. If you're stuck with a problem related to software, object, machine learning, project management,... Drop me a note!
Having worked for a range of companies (Numbrs, Fraunhofer IOSB among others) and industries (architecture, communities, media, medicine, energy, banking) in different roles (e.g. IT operations, frontend and backend developer, customer support, IT support, database administrator) I offer all needed competences and experience needed to successful software projects. In conclusion I am a motivated jack of all trades, ready to go wherever needed to make the project fly. I am willing to adapt and learn as well as exchange experience and share knowledge. I enjoy challenges as much as I enjoy working together. I am always open for fresh perspectives and new ideas. I am passionate about what I do. I take ownership of my projects and I prefer being proactive.