My goal is customer satisfaction. If you need to get something done - leave it to me. OS: Linux - expert, FreeBSD and Windows Server - proficient Cloud services: AWS, Rackspace SCM: Puppet, Ansible Web servers: Apache, Nginx, Tomcat Database servers: Mysql, Postgresql Atlassian: Jira, Confluence, Crowd, etc - the whole suite Monitoring: Nagios, Groundwork, Zabbix, Monit, Munin, Cacti Virtualization: Openvz, Vmware ESXi/server, Proxmox Mail servers: Zimbra, Exim, Sendmail, Dovecot Backups: Bacula, duplicity, rsnapshot High availability: Corosync/Pacemaker, DRBD Other: standard network services (DNS, DHCP, LDAP, Samba, SVN/Git, http proxy, jabber, VPN, backups, monitoring etc), firewalls and routers (iptables, iproute, VLAN, bridging, bonding). Performance optimization: Magento, Wordpress, etc.
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Super discounted hourly rate - $19 - to the first two clients that offer me a job that involves Ruby or Python. Over 250 happy clients. Ideas man, innovation expert and one man think tank! The BOOST to productivity. Big hitting programming veteran rocking out hard to code everyday. I build fast loading websites that bring in more revenue. Comprehensive knowledge of XML based document publishing systems and well versed in PHP 5. Ex Adobe Coldfusion programmer. Junior Pythonista! Ruby Wannabe! XPath Superhero! 24/7 365 IT Nerd and Digital Nomad. A past school chess prodigy. Electronic dance music enthusiast. Science Fiction / Fantasy fan. I am currently placed in the top 1000 programmers on Codewars - https://www.codewars.com/users/Beast - where I am mainly doing coding challenges in Ruby but overall attempting to learn all 7 current languages they are offering. As I progress through the challenges I am learning more about core Ruby, so far mainly the String and Array Classes and the Enumerable Module Currently working for three USA based companies / government departments some indirectly - one in California. All these jobs involve some form of document publishing. Some software / technologies that I have worked with - Ecrion XF designer, Altova XMLSpy / Stylevision, oXygen XML editor, Stylus Studio, XEP, Xalan, Saxon, Apache FOP, Ibex, xsltproc, EXSLT, MSXML, MSXSL, Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), Orbeon XForms, Docbook (Authoring and XSLT), DITA OT, HL7, FMPXMLRESULT, WordProcessingML, SpreadsheetML, eXist Native XML database with XQuery Update, BaseX, XProc - An XML Pipeline Language. Interested in working with MongoDB, XQuery, JSONiq, MarkLogic, Phalcon PHP, Yii Framework, NoSQL, HHVM, Zend Framework, AngularJS, Big Data, Rails, Django, Zope, Plone, Altova server products (Raptor XML, Flowforce, MapForce, Stylevision) - come on make me a job offer! I have an iMac running OS X Yosemite, 2 desktop PCs running various linux distros, a Lubuntu laptop, a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 KitKat mobile phone, a Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 running KitKat, a Microsoft Surface Pro 2 Tablet running Windows 8.1 and a Firefox OS based mobile phone. When I am awake all my notifications get sent to my Samsung Gear 2 smart watch. In my spare time I like to stream movies and TV shows to my Apple TV and my Google Chromecast, well that's when I'm not learning Ruby or doing challenges on Khan Academy or similar sites. Do you remember those 1980's style left to right arcade games where when you got to the end of the level you had to try to defeat the big boss and then at the end of the game you had to fight the super boss? Well thinking along those lines, I am the undefeated super boss programmer looking for my next elite coding challenge! http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2014/11/24/programmers-price "Working hard. Aiming to be the best. This is my dream. This is my journey!" - Milos Raonic
Yury Korvel Agency Contractor
More then 8 years I am working as Project Manager / Business Analyst / Software Maintenance Engineer: find and fix issues, analyze requirements, implement changes, release and deploy updates. List of covered technologies includes: .NET (C# and VB.NET), MS SQL, HTML, Java Script, Ajax, WCF, XML/XSLT. In major of my projects I play additional role as project manager / technical consultant / business analyst. So, I can explain difficult technical issues with simple understandable language and write specifications for developers and QA.
Jimy J. Agency Contractor
Within last 10 years, I have provided support for hundreds of clients including start-ups and thousands of servers/websites including cloud servers like AWS and rackspace. Optimizing servers/websites, automation and various linux servers like rubyrails, python, php, tomcat, jira, confluence, cpanel, plesk, mysql, mail servers, database / application scaling and Load balancers is just few of my skills. Love to work in deploying challenging applications, server migrations /configurations and start-up projects. I also have some exp with php coding and has developed interfaces as part of server administration.
Over the last 4 years, I have developed number of websites for web design agencies and small businesses. I manage all tasks individually and I always make sure to go for the highest quality output with maximum speed possible depending on the project. I know my hourly rate is a bit high but it is always up to you whether going for a cheaper solution and spend a lot of your precious time or join hands with me and finish you project in less time as possible. :) Thank you for visiting my profile. Have fun!
Continuously upgrading my knowledge and experience on many IT fields. My major expert areas: Cloud computing : AWS, Rackspace, Hostgator. Auto scaling, Optimizing, Minimizing costs, Monitoring Operating Systems : All Windows and Linux operating systems. TCP/IP networking, advanced routing, firewall, vpn, iptables... Development : Java, C#, Delphi, Shell scripts Databases: MySQL, PostrgeSQL, MsSQL, Oracle, MongoDB, Sqlite
Thank you for viewing my profile. I will be unavailable from May 2 to May 10 with practically no Internet access. However, I will reply to all mails once I am back. I started my career as a software developer and moved up the ladder to take on complex project management tasks. I have worked on all phases of software projects i.e: pre-sales support, project planning and tracking, requirement analysis, user-interface design, development, testing, maintenance and product implementations. While I used waterfall model on my projects earlier, I have been using agile methodologies in recent years. I am a Certified Scrum Master as well as a Certified Scrum Professional from Scrumalliance. I have also been certified as a SAFE Agilist (SAFE stands for ScaledAgileFramework). This is a framework which is recommended for large and complex Scrum/Agile projects. I am comfortable using : - MS project for planning and tracking - Jira, Pivotal Tracker, Ontime for release/sprint planning , tracking - Balsamiq, Irise for mockups I have worked with remote teams and enjoyed the experience. Weekly meetings, triages and regular communication have helped in effective project management. I have worked on projects in the finance, social nedia, health, retail and e-learning domains. I have worked in large organizations like Siemens and Microsoft and also small startups. I believe this exposure helps me adapt to different organizations. I have been training as well as coaching organizations new to Agile & Scrum