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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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Highly skilled developer from Russia. Today I have more than 10 years software developing experience. My main profile is full stack web developing. I can make sites on many systems and framework. For php developing I use Symfony2 For Ruby developing I use Ruby on rails. Some times I develop mobile applications. Full skills list: php, ruby, objective-c, js, angularjs, ruby on rails, symfony, html, css, mysql, pgsql, linux/unix servers, nginx, apache, passenger.
– Have excellent manual testing skills. – Have experience in automated testing of Web applications and API. – Can develop comprehensive test documentation including test plans, test suites, test cases. – Can use programming languages and frameworks for automated testing. – Can write clear and informative bug reports. – Have basic knowledge in computing, internet technologies and web applications architecture. – Have experience in working with different operating systems. – Enjoy working in team, especially, a result-driven. – Good interpersonal skills.
I'm a graphic designer who has worked in this field full-time since 2007. I spend most of my time designing logos, small marketing materials like business cards and brochures, posters, flyers, programs, newsletters, advertising and much more. My style is usually clean, fun and inviting. I'm ready to serve clients who want something well-designed, well-written and welcoming! I offer either new design or art-working services and creating of print ready artwork files. New design can be anything from starting from scratch, making changes to or updating a current design, or making new pieces of artwork to work alongside exiting design work. I have worked on a variety of projects in the past that have included some or all of these elements, on a range of different materials for examples business cards. logos, posters, signs, banners and labels and packaging. My expertise fields in graphic design are: 1. Graphic User Interface (GUI) for iOS 8 (iPhone and iPad apps). 2. Web User Experience (Web UX). 3. WordPress customisation and multisite setup. 4. Print adverts design. 5. Page layout for magazines and newspaper design. 6. Logo and brand design.
I am a Linux System Administrator, with two years experience in Linux, Unix, Networking, and open source technologies like Nginx, Apache, PHP-FPM, Passenger, MySQL, LXC, and Docker. Also I've worked on content management frameworks like Wordpress and Drupal. I have a B.Sc in Computer Science, with a very good understanding of C/C++, java, PHP, and python programming languages.
Ethan B. Agency Contractor
The path which lead me to where I am now began when I was about eight years old. After playing a few games of Baldies, an old real-time strategy game, I asked my mom and dad how video games were made. As soon as they told me that they were programmed, I was on my way and hooked. Within a year, and not without the help of my similarly-minded grandfather, I learned a lot of QBASIC. I soon managed to pick up HTML, as well. After a couple of years, these two began feeling stale to me, and I went on to bigger and better things: Visual Basic 6.0. Not long after, VB6 met the same fate, growing to be too tasteless and limited in its scope and expression. At this point, I introduced myself to PHP. I learned PHP in 2004, when I was enthralled by the idea of running my own internet webgame. I called this game Wizard Duels, which eventually went on to garner a user-base of 5000 before I lost interest and moved on to newer projects. I also started doing some freelance work on the side at this point, to put a little money in my empty, teenager pocket. Doing that freelance work lead me to obtain a PHP5 certification sometime in 2006. In 2007, I took a hiatus from programming, only to return a year later, nothing short of obsessive. I soon latched on to the ideology and concepts of the Ruby programming language. Its expression, to me, is beautiful, concise, and powerful in quite its own way. I've spent the past four or more years, from 2008 to now, expanding and refining my Ruby skill set. I am currently studying Computer Science at the University of Central Oklahoma. I am supporting myself through college, which, in these hard times, isn't always the easiest thing to do. Since I already spend most of my time programming, whether for school or personal projects, I imagine it couldn't hurt to try and make my way through my education doing what I already love to study and live to do. Today, I consider myself beyond competent as a programmer. I am easy to work with, reliable, and, once committed to a task, in it to win it. Most importantly, and with as much emphasis as possible, I truly love to code. Programming, to me, is not work: I love it; I live for the act of implementing brilliant ideas. Inhale a problem, exhale solutions.
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Thanh B. Agency Contractor
Hi there, I have started to work as Web Application developer from 2004. In around 10 years, I have joined to build up the Web applications, mostly are E-commere, SNS, CMS, CRM/ERP, SaaS. My skills/experience mainly include: ★ Programming skills: ☆ Ruby on Rails (2.3.x, 3.x, 4.0), ActiveMerchant, Devise, Attached, Memcache, Haml, HtmlDoc, Rspec, Cucumber, Capistrano ☆ J2EE, Struts, Spring, jBoss, Hibernate, JasperReport, Mockup ☆ HTML5/CSS3, jQuery, Bootstrap, BackboneJS, Sencha Touch, Responsive web ☆ Shopify Liquid/Shopify App ★ System Development experience: ☆ Test Drivent Development, Behaviour Driven Development, Selenium IDE ☆ Continuous Integrate (CI), GitHub (branching model) ☆ APIs: Paypal, Stripe, Balanced Payment, Stamps, MailVu, Twilio. etc. ☆ SpreeCommerce, SpreeGateway, Redmine Plugins ☆ Image Magick, Sphinx, Elastic Search engine ★ Server Administration skills: ☆ Nginx, Unicorn, Phusion Passenger, Apache ☆ Tomcat Apache, Spring server, jBoss server ☆ Cloud Application: Heroku, Rackspace, EngineYard ☆ SSH/SSL, DNS ☆ Server: AWS/EC2, CentOS/Ubuntu/FreeBSD, Delicated servers, VPS ☆ MySQL, PostgreSQL, PL/pgsql, MongoDB, Oracle 11g, OLAP I have experience with Scrum/Agile, speak fluently in English. From my experience, I understand how important to write clean codes, easy to read and easy to maintain. Please feel free to send me message or invite me into your projects. Thanks and Best regards, Hai Bui