Over 19 years of experience working for multinational telcos within their Internet Service Provider Divisions. 8 Years working in networking for a global ISP. Working for UUNET MCI WorldCom (Now Verizon) our network was provisioned, this enabled us to reduce network engineer mistakes, enforce best practices, automate cohesion between all systems. The solution was in house written in Perl, Bash and utilised best of breed open source solutions. Networking provisioning, graphing, monitoring and Router / Switch disaster recovery systems with a focus on automation of networking systems and tools to assist engineers. I am an experienced programmer in Perl, Ruby and Bash, coming from unix environment. I started using Perl in 1997 and continue to use it every day. I am passionate about all systems which add value to ones business, through smart work one can reduce operational express.
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Ruby and Java developer interested in all aspects of creating a successful web application from implementing a modern and usable UI to deployment and tweaking performance. I'm focused on working efficiently and also value well designed and maintainable source code. Programming and learning about new technologies is one of my hobbies. I have 8 years of professional development experience. Started out as Java Enterprise Edition programmer in a large multinational team and then moved to smaller projects where I have a larger impact on the software being built. I'm also working as a trainer/consultant of Java related technologies as a part time job.
Mikhail K. Agency Contractor
Mikhail is a developer with more than 7 years of experience. Mostly he worked as a backend developer. He has a strong basis in common computer science, including algorithms, design patterns, cryptography, network protocols, CPU architectures. He has a proficiency level in the next technologies: - Java, C/C++, Assembler (FASM x86/x64); - Windows API (incl. Crypto API) and Winsock; Mike is familiar with the next (non-comprehensive) list of frameworks and technologies: BSD sockets, Qt, Win32, MVC, Spring, JPA, Hibernate, JUnit. He is familiar with the most of SQL DB systems available on the market: MS SQL, MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite. And, of course, he is interested in noSQL world (he used MongoDB in some projects). He is also familiar with mobile development for such platforms as iOS and Android (Mike developed merchant applications for several webshops). He is able to design web application architecture and likes to work on high loaded applications and applications with high responsibility. When he heard about Ruby he was fond of this language, its infrastructure, community and Ruby on Rails framework in particular. Mikhail likes and uses agile methodologies for software development routines, he likes Scrum (or some derivatives from it) and has experience with RUP. He has strong opinion that source code without version control over it is not a good source code. He definitely likes git, but in the past he used SVN and CSV too.
Roman P. Agency Contractor
• Over 11+ years of experience in Software Development, including: - 5+ years of experience with Ruby/Rails - 6+ years of experience as an Automation Test Engineer - 3+ years of experience as an Oracle Developer, Oracle DBA • Strong knowledge of the whole software development process, methodologies (RUP, Agile) and platforms • A quick learner, communicative and very well motivated. Extremely interested in constant learning and improving my skills
With experience in programming for over 14 years, I've been doing Ruby & Ruby on Rails web development for the last 4+ years. I love concentrating on the end result and final polish - that's what user will see and interact with. As a result of this thoroughness and attention to detail, my open-source history viewing plugin for Miranda IM (http://addons.miranda-im.org/details.php?id=2995) became Miranda's de-facto standard. In addition to ruby, I know and use the following frameworks/technologies: CSS, AJAX, HAML, SLIM, SASS, SQL (MS SQL, SQLite, MySQL, PostgreSQL), NoSQL (MongoDB). My main expertise is Ruby (and Rails) - I've got 2nd place in oDesk Coding Challenge among Ruby developers. Also, I'm in the top 10% in Ruby and Ruby on Rails tests on oDesk. My projects do deployment, server provisioning and production error reporting automatically. I use Capistrano to deploy projects, Ansible for server provisioning and New Relic with Airbrake or Rollbar to monitor app in production. I can read other languages, like php, java, perl, python, c/c++. https://github.com/artemf/
So why do we write code? We write code to solve problems. I started my web development career in 2009 as a Wordpress developer. I since then have focused primarily on Ruby on Rails. I have had the privilege to work on a multitude of projects ranging from cloud based law firm management to open source CMS. I'm confident in calling myself a full-stack developer. I'm able to take your idea from a thought inside your head to a fully functional application. I have experience working with many APIs including: Stripe, Twilio, Paypal, Phaxio, Twitter, Facebook and others. I'm capable of working well with other developers or by myself.
If you are looking for skilled Ruby / Rails / Node.JS back-end developer or systems engineer that knows chef and apply devops ideas - feel free to contact me and we'll find out together - how to make your products awesome. If you are looking for a team of developers - contact me anyway - I can build a great team of world-class developers for you in Ukraine - one of the most advanced software development markets in the world. Things that are in my area of interest are: DevOps, Ruby, Sinatra, Rails, AWS, EC2, Chef, Node.JS, Coffee-Script, MySQL, Redis, MongoDB, Heroku, capistrano
Hello, my name is Patrick Sagan. I am experienced Rails and Ruby developer, software architect who can provide you remote programming services and help create your product in IT area. I can work on existing systems or build new one from scratch. I have deep experience in web development and software architecture. In past I was playing with php (and got some certifications listed below) but currently I'm focused on ruby, rails and sinatra. I have small office based in northern Poland (Pomeranian District), so I work remotely and worldwide. Wherever your company is placed, if it is USA or UK I'm flexible in working hours. I speak English so do not hesitate to contact me. My values: - I am focused on high quality of code ("developer's friendly code") and solutions. - I am focused on delivering great user experience. - I am focused on getting things done, more stuff done and less theoretical words. - I am focused on self-development (currently I am using https://www.codeschool.com/paths/ruby to find new approaches.) - Regarding to building products - I am big fan of rules presentend in "Rework" book of 37 signals (http://37signals.com/rework) - Deep understanding of business requirements - so I build code for business not just to fulfill programming ambitions, which are often different than business requirements I believe that working in company which has similar values gives synergy effect for both: company and employee. Please feel free to check my website to get more information about me and how I work: http://www.dev4.biz. You can also check my another site: http://www.rails-dev.com - with rails recipes - this site is just launched - not so many content there yet.