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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.
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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.
In-depth knowledge of networking, experience in writing ruby scripts for automating the administration process as well as coordinating network/server related projects. I've been designing and deploying networks, including paperwork, putting cables in the walls, designing security policies and implementing them on firewalls and IPSes. Web development - anything from deep, dark server-related backend to jquery frontend (even happened to paint few layouts meself). Done a lot of consulting concerning running small and middle-sized company networks, managing web development projects etc.
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
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
I have over 15 years of software development experience on all types and sizes of projects for customers in the education, pharmaceutical, non-profit, defense, and commercial markets. My expertise is in web-based SaaS systems. Until 2010 I led a team of about 30 developers on a Microsoft ASP.NET SaaS system for the college/university space. Since early 2013 I worked writing automated QA integration tests for a Ruby on Rails app using Rspec and Capybara. (From 2010 to 2012 I took a break from software to attend music school. I'm currently a musician, and I support myself by doing software development.) I am currently looking to do more Rails automated QA testing, Rails development, or manual QA. I'm always open to other projects that meet my skill set, though.