Main areas of my expertise: » CMS systems (Wordpress, Joomla, Drupal, etc.) » HTML and CSS » Linux system administration (Debian, CentOS, Ubuntu, etc.) » Site moving/migration (Wordpress, Joomla, Magento, Prestashop, etc.) » Malware removal / cleaning infected sites » Site speedup / optimization (Improving Pagespeed score, reducing load times, setup caching, CDN, etc.) • Web design/developing: Over the last 5 years i've developed a wide range of websites for startup companies, small businesses and individuals. My favourite platforms are Wordpress and Joomla but i work with other CMS systems too. I'm familiar with the most popular components and plugins and i have very good problem solving skills. Besides that, i'm a HTML and CSS expert and i use these skills every day. You can find some of my work in my portfolio (I'll try to update it often). I also have experience in E-Commerce systems and SEO. • System administration: I installed, configured and managed many servers in the past. I'm familiar with FreeBSD, Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS and almost any other Linux distribution. I know how to install and configure a LAMP server and i'm good with web hosting panels, system security, Apache, E-mail systems and almost everything related to Linux servers. Try me and i won't fail you! I'm a fast, professional and reliable candidate who always stick to deadlines. My first objective is to satisfy my employer not to make money (Look at my ratings and see for yourself). I'm here because i'm seeking the opportunity to find the job(s) which suits me the best, leads me forward and helps me improving my skills.
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Since 2001, I have been dedicatedly working with Linux Operating Systems & Open Source. Services Provided ::- Deployment, Configuration, Security, Hardening, Monitoring, Performance Tuning, Troubleshooting of Linux Server Roles AWS – Amazon Web Services Migration of Servers Hosting Panels like WHM/CPanel, Plesk etc Asterisk Dialers, VOIP and Call Center Solutions Customization of Linux Kernel & Distro with Rebranding Faculty of Post-Graduate Degree in Computer Sciences. Firewalls & Gateways Linux HPC - High Preformance Clusters Remote Server Support & Troubleshooting L3/L4 Security Auditing of Servers & Websites Cloud & Virtualization Technical Writing VPN - Site-to-Site, Road-warrior Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Testing Kayako
I want to utilize my knowledge, skills and professional experience in order to contribute to the growth of the company I am working for whilst improving myself. SKILLS:network engineer ,system administrator(RedHat,CentOS,FreeBSD,OpenBSD,WIndows 2000,2003 server), cisco certified specialist(CCNA) Configuration of CISCO routers and switches,firewalls,servers:cisco 36xx,65xx, series,ASA firewall 55xx series, Implementation , configuration,design ,troubleshooting of basic routing protocols(BGP,EIGRP,RIP,OSPF,QoS,MPLS,HSRP,VRRP,GLBP) , Security: IPsec and many vpn solutions,certificate setup 1 Web servers - Apache 2.x,nginx,Squid proxy 2 Mail servers -Postfix,qmail ,sendmail,Mdaemon 3 FTP servers -WuFTPD,Vftpd 4 DNS –bind version 9 ,VPN (Openvpn, IPSEC implementation ) 5 DATABASES-Sql,mysql,postgresql,sqlite 6 LVM ,RAID(0,1,5,10) configuration 7 Experinece in network monitoring tools:Nagios,MRTG ,Cacti
* Fully manage the installation, configuration and troubleshooting of Linux servers * Install and configure Web Servers and MySQL * Install and configure customer scripts and programs * Monitor performance to identify and resolve issues using a suite of systems and tools. * Troubleshoot and resolve network, system, hardware and software problems. * Achieve quick fixes and / or long-term solutions as needed. * Maintain 100% customer satisfaction through all available means.
Goal: Project and develop high quality apps for your success. Profile: OOPHP & Zend coding, IT consulting and business analyst, project coordinator and manager, Other skills: Apache, Bind, SSH, bashscripting, Memcached, Github, Solaris, Oracle, MySQL, Radius, AD, expert knowlegde of many *ux and windows systems Advantage: Project and implementation of many web apps. Most of it projected and developed by myself using Zend Framework, Google API (youtube, gdata), social API (twitter, facebook). Some of it integrated with operating systems or AAA software (radius, ldap). Usually Design Patterns were used (like Template Method, Version of Control, DAO, Dependency Injection, Decorator and so on). Some application built upon a structure of web services (XML, REST, JSON), some using jQuery and AJAX. Tools and technologies: Apache, radius, bind, ldap, Zend Framework, XML, SOAP, Linux, Linux daemons, Memcached, Sockets, REST, JSON, Oracle, MSSQL, MySQL, Design patterns, MVC, SVN, BASH, PHPUnit, Xdebug, Unit testing, Google Youtube API, Google Gdata API, Google Maps API, Facebook API, PayU API
Hello, thanks for your interest. I'd love to work on your project, however I'd like to set a few conditions if you hire me. If there is more than 1 dev on the team I insist on peer review and a version control system - I prefer git & github however I'm not opposed to bitbucket and gitlab. Even if I'm the only dev, we should probably use a version control system. I'm also a firm believer in writing tests so changes in one part of the code will not break other parts, it's saved my bacon several times. Testing is one reason why I love working with Flask, and angular.js looks very promising. I would love the opportunity to work on a project that uses angular.js. Even if you don't hire me please implement peer review. That way when you hire me in the future your team is already set up with good habits. Here are a few good articles on the importance of peer review. http://www.techrepublic.com/article/developers-guide-to-peer-reviews/ http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/rational/library/11-proven-practices-for-peer-review/ Now that I'm done with the peer review PSA (Public service announcement.) Allow me to brag about myself. Over the last 11 years I have taught myself how to program in PHP and Python. I entered my first Basic program into a computer when I was in 3rd grade. I love using jQuery to make a site pop. I run my own .com from home with a Linux server on site. This has given me much insight into how servers are maintained, and backed up. I have set up and maintained the following servers Postfix(email), Apache(http), Nginx(http), Open-ssh(ssh) and used Supervisor and Gunicorn to deploy python web apps. I'm also an avid listener to several podcasts, such as Security Now, Linux Action Show, Techsnap and Coder Radio just to name a few of my favorites. Due to the nature of the NDA (Non-disclosure agreement) I can not list what sites/companies I've worked for, I will however tell you what we've used, and a vague description of the work we've done. On a couple of different projects we've used basic google maps, twitter, and facebook api. Some other common js/css libraries are moment.js, bootstrap, and chosen jquery plugin. Most recently I've been doing backend work. This include python, Flask, Flask's restful api to build the backend for an iphone/android app as well as a web front end to administer the data. The iphone/android dev team created the app with Sencha which I deployed using an nginx server. I also helped develop booking software. This includes reports, calendar, artist/user profiles, timezone management, traveling, accommodations, fees, commissions, venues, repertoire and currency conversion. To date, this has been the most challenging and rewarding project for me. The team I work with are extremely talented. We used Python, Flask, Mako, MongoDB, jQuery, Backbone.js, Underscore.js and Java. With another project we parsed PDFs about [undisclosed] and put the information into a database that could then be searched through based on the information mentioned in the PDFs as well as attaching an expiration date to the information parsed. Other accomplishments include a picture labeling program for HUD home inspections that would insert images into a .doc file when needed. It used a lot of jQuery/ajax calls to assign a case number, address, city, state, zip, and classification with lots of auto-complete. The database was MySQL, and I used headless instance of OpenOffice/LebraOffice with a the pyuno bridge to generate the .doc files. I hosted/managed this site for several years, and developed it as new features were needed. I parsed PDF files to get case information, as well as cut out specific pages that needed to be printed, and sorted them out for specific agents. For another project we used a combination of MongoDB, SOLR, MySQL and CodeIgniter. At the time I left we were in a transitional stage converting the site from an affiliate e-commerce/auction model to an advertising model. This project started out using MongoDB and eventually migrated to MySQL. In my spare time I'm developing a Family Media Player https://github.com/the7erm/fmp-pg It uses pygtk to render it's gui, postgresql for it's database, and gstreamer to play the audio/video. I've been focusing my development efforts on creating a web frontend that utilizes Flask so it can all be controlled via a phone or tablet.
I have worked for many years in the managed services and server hosting industries, and have worn many hats. Everything from basic website management to troubleshooting large scale multihomed websites with clustered MySQL database backends. Currently I am handling Linux administrative and devops development work in both chef and puppet, in both Rackspace and AWS cloud provider spaces. What am I experienced with? The list is long: * Linux RHEL/CentOS, Gentoo, Debian/Ubuntu? You name it I've used it. * Configuration Management / devops I am currently and have previously supported customers with large deployments via chef and puppet. This is the kind of work I enjoy doing, so if you need someone who can handle a puppet manifest or chef cookbook I'm the guy to talk to. * Enterprise Networking. I have not only supported customers with their networking needs, but I maintain an extensive home lab for tinkering and testing. This includes a Cisco ASA 5505 and Catalyst 2960 switch. * Virtualization. Xen, VMWare, KVM, AWS, you name it I've worked with it. I'm currently looking to expand that experience a full fledged openstack deployment. * Storage. Whether it is something relatively mundane like NFS, or something complex like Ceph or your SAN/NAS' iSCSI or fiberchannel HBA. * Cloud hosting I am currently supporting clients in Amazon, Rackspace, and Digital Ocean. Further, I used to work for Rackspace so I have experience on both sides of the asile with their products. In summary I have been doing this long enough with enough different products and companies that I can meet any challenge put forth to me. With your assistance, my presonal github repository will gain something new and interesting. Personal blog: http://jowrjowr.github.io/