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Harvivek S. Gahunia

Harvivek S. Gahunia

Expert Video Editor/Animator with Print Media & We...

United States - Last active: 2 months ago - Tests: 2

I'm currently making my way as a multimedia designer, freelance-style. Here's a brief history of me career-wise: I received a BA from Franklin and Marshall College in Neuroscience. I had designs on becoming a doctor. To this end, I completed all coursework toward an MA in Pathophysiology at SUNY-Buffalo, whereupon the plan was to apply to med schools. But I'd gotten a little creative by this point in my life in the way of writing fiction and drawing. By dint of some of these samples, I hung a U-ey, tires screeching and all, and applied to film school. So now I have an MFA in Film and Media Arts from Temple University. After a fair amount of grad-level work in cinematography and 16mm film, I shifted my focus to screenwriting. After a brief foray into the publishing world (satisfying a writing bug is a persistent theme in my life), I parlayed my MFA into a series of gigs in corporate video. Great experiences all. At Bluestone Software, I edited a lot of audio and video, learned some Flash, HTML, CSS and even some OOP fundamentals. Bluestone Software was sold to Hewlett Packard, and they promptly dismantled the once-promising startup. Still, very cool to have witnessed the "dotcom" age firsthand. I scrambled for a couple of years - freelancing as a video editor, teaching screenwriting and film analysis, being a tech for a U-Penn sleep study, etc. I got back into corporate video at Pharmastar. This was a mom and pop shop specializing in the creation of training programs and materials - print and video - for clinical drug trials. Here I did a ton of video editing - medical education kind of stuff -.and had an intro to motion graphics. As Pharmastar grew into United BioSource Corporation(UBC), I grew into a Production Manager and then even Associate Director of the Creative Services Department, where at the apex of the position I managed Translations, Instructional Design and Video Production. And I think I did a decent job of it. I loved and respected the people I managed. Alas, I didn't enjoy the administrative aspects very much and didn't have the right energy for it, not in a corporate setting anyway. So even as I was moving up, I kind of wanted to come back down ... to the making of things, to getting behind a desk and trying shit out- that is, drawing out the artistic from a terrain that might otherwise be kind of dry. I went to film school, after all. Had eschewed the lucrative sciences in favor of writing and drawing. So I asked to step down, which was tough to do. It took a year to find the right time to transition but eventually it did happen, and I am forever thankful for it. Again a lot of video production and video editing. But this time around, I got delved deeper motion graphics - Motion and After Effects. I learned some 2D and 3D animation - After Effects and Blender. Also, I finally patched up a long-neglected absence in my multimedia skillset and learned a good deal of graphic design - Photoshop and Illustrator. These were good times and I learned a lot and produced, shot and edited some useful instructional videos. By now, however, UBC was sold to Medco, who in turn merged with Express Scripts, who found little use for our division and spun us off as Bracket. Business floundered a bit during this time and there was some downsizing... which brings me to where I am now. I have been freelancing ever since, which is great... most of the time. By the way, you can visit my website - www.vivekgahunia.com - to see some samples and learn a little more about me. At this point in time, the website is a work in progress and I will have more samples on there in the coming weeks and months. What I can offer: Video Production - I've produced many shoots, using professional HD cameras. I know how to light a scene, run a set, etc. Video Editing - I am expert in FCP and Premiere, though I work primarily in the latter at this point. Animation - I am expert in AfterEffects and am equipped with some DigiEffects plugins. I am proficient in Edge Animate as well, if you're looking for code-ready animations. Graphic Design - I'm not a hardcore visual artist - i.e. I did not go to art school But I am proficient in the creation of elements in support of animation as well as stand-along print media items. For instance, if you want a newsletter, I can design one for you in InDesign. And smaller items like business cards, postcards, logo creation, I can do that also. Web Design - This is not something I do very much of, but I know HTML, CSS and Javascript. And I am familliar with PHP and MySQL, too. So if you need work along these lines as well, I'm willing to listen. Copywriting/Screenwriting - this is a forte of mine, for sure. If you need any kind of writing or editorial services, I think I'd prove to be of great help to you. Translations - I can coordinate this service for you. In my corporate life, I had founded and managed the Translations department.

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Arthur Kim

Arthur Kim

Expert Web-developer with HTML 5, CSS 3, JS, JQuer...

Uzbekistan - Last active: 04/18/2014 - Tests: 5

I'm an experienced web-developer with 2 years of experience. I've worked with Joomla and Wordpress CMS and I can make a site for you using these engines or I can make any changes you like in an existed web-site. Also I used to impose web-pages. Sometimes I can write or rewrite an article or two or translate from English to Russian.

$33.33 /hr
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Gabriel Galvão

Gabriel Galvão

Developer, Mobile Apps, Full-Stack Web Application...

Brazil - Last active: 09/16/2014 - Tests: 2

Ten years of experience in the IT field working mostly as Java Developer/Architect as well as Consultant in Software Engineering (Change and Configuration Management and Requirements Management, Application Lifecycle Management), recently working with Python Development (Pyramid and MongoDB, mostly as well as Javascript - Bootstrap, jQuery). Experienced developing integrations between vendor and in-house tools. Experienced with Pre-Sales. Great programming skills and a problem-solver's passion for challenge. Excellent communication skills put to test on extensive client-facing experience.

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Dumitru C.

Dumitru C.

Ruby on Rails developer

Italy - Last active: 09/04/2014 - Tests: 1 - Portfolio: 3

I'm a full stack web developer specialized mainly in web application development. I can handle all aspects of the web application creation process. I especially enjoy Ruby language, hacking things with jQuery and I'm still learning how to perfectly configure and squeeze maximum performance from a linux server serving Ruby apps.

$60.00 /hr
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Aaron Marks

Aaron Marks

Professional Web Developer

United States - Last active: 10/08/2014 - Tests: 3 - Portfolio: 1

I am an NYU graduate with over 5 years of experience developing web applications for large companies of all sizes. I love to build full-featured, elegant and reliable web applications. Having once started a company myself (where I was lead engineer), I am also sensitive to business needs and time constraints of development, and always focus on completing projects efficiently and on-schedule. A hackNY fellow, I had the opportunity to work at Tumblr, where I learned how to scale web applications to handle massive traffic. For companies like Skillshare and Unwind Me I have developed user-facing features ranging from message boards to full e-commerce suites. Fluent in Ruby on Rails, PHP (and related frameworks), Javascript, HTML, CSS, I have the experience, technical and communication skills to transform your project from to an idea to a rich, full-featured, reliable web application. Get in touch to see how my experience can help make your ides a reality!

$35.00 /hr
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Bryan O.

Bryan O.

Ethical hacker

Netherlands - Last active: 12/15/2014 - Tests: 3

Current work for Sogeti Netherlands where I function as an ethical hacker. At Sogeti I have done penetration tests for many organisations, including governmental applications, healthcare organisations, banks and many more. Experienced in both web application penetration testing and regular network vulnerability assessment. In addition to pentesting I am internally responsible for writing reports, developing hacking tools (programmed in Java, python, javascript, ...) and developing sound testing methodologies.

$50.00 /hr
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Richard De A'Morelli

Richard De A'Morelli

Editor, Proofreader, Writing Mentor, Ghostwriter,...

United States - Last active: 06/18/2014 - Tests: 5

I have 30+ years' experience as a content editor, copy editor, Web content editor and proofreader. I've held management-level editorial posts with print and digital publishers, including Virtual University, and I was a by-lined editorial staff member to the late Irving Wallace, one of the best-selling authors of all time. Besides editing, I accept ghostwriting assignments, and I'm available for hire as a publishing consultant to assist with SEO, promotion and marketing of print and digital books. I'm a competent Web developer, and I can create or re-design responsive websites built on Javascript, jQuery, PHP and Perl. I am willing to mentor a few writers (no more than six), but I'm very selective and will only consider individuals who I believe are talented and possess the dedication necessary to succeed and flourish as writers. I am courteous, reliable, honest and hard-working. I have a fast Internet connection, and I can meet editorial deadlines. My hours are flexible, although I prefer working the night shift. Thank you for taking the time to browse my details, and if you can make use of my skills, please feel free to contact me. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~` ~ My Editorial Experience at a Glance ~ • 25 years in print media as a management-level editor, content editor and copy editor with trade publications and book publishers • 18 years in Web media as a management-level editor, content editor, copy editor, content developer and copywriter • Extensive experience in Web design and programming (Javascript, jQuery, Perl, PHP) and day-to-day oversight of the Virtual University website • 30 years’ experience as a freelance writer, 12 published nonfiction books and 500+ newspaper and magazine articles published under my byline • Developed curriculum for 16 e-courses on technical writing, creative writing, grammar and editing; taught these courses to 12,000 e-learners at Virtual University from 1998 to 2013 ~ Editorial Positions I've Held (partial list) ~ • Content Editor, Copy Editor, Proofreader ~ Freelance (1985 to present) • Editorial Director ~ Virtual University (1995 to 2013) • Senior Editor ~ Spectrum Publishing Group (2012 to present) • Copy Editor, Line Editor, Quality Control Auditor ~ Demand Media (2012 to 2014) • Managing Editor, Web Programmer ~ KSURF Inc. (2008 to 2012) • Managing Editor ~ Weekend Magazine (< 2004) • Managing Editor ~ Probe the Unknown (< 2004) • Contributing Editor ~ Psychic World (< 2004) • Senior Editor ~ The Hefley Report (< 2004) • Managing Editor ~ Alternate Market Journal (< 2004) ~ My Writing Credits at a Glance ~ Published & Upcoming Books: • Write Right: Elements of Grammar & Style for Writers (upcoming Aug 2014) • Live Well, Be Happy: Mastering the Science of Life (upcoming Oct 2014) • Heal Your Life: Finding the Peace Within (upcoming Dec 2014) • Dream Catchers -- Golden Dawn Trilogy: Book One (upcoming Dec 2014) • Change Your Life: The Best Is Yet to Be! (May 2014) • The Whole Being Handbook • Psychic Power: How to Develop Your ESP (translated into four languages) • Numerology: The Key to Your Inner Self (translated into four languages) • How to Survive the Future • Numerology for Lovers • Psychic Tests for Everyone Magazine & Newspaper Credits: • The Star (New York) • Daily News (Los Angeles CA) • Midnight / Globe • National Examiner • Wall Street Review • Village Voice (New York) • Los Angeles Free Press (CA) • Weekend Magazine (Northridge CA) • Valley Spectrum (Burbank CA) • Compute! • RUN • Probe the Unknown • Beyond Reality • Fate • New Age • The Hefley Report • Psychic World • American Forest E-courses I have developed and taught at Virtual University: • Express Yourself! Thirty Days to Better Writing • Write Right: Essential Grammar and Style • English Grammar 101 for Writers • Introduction to Copyright Law • Writing for Publication • Writers' Roundtable Summer Workshop Series (1998-2008) • Exploring the Internet • Mastering the World Wide Web • How to Prevent Online Fraud and Identity Theft • Javascript for Beginners • Intermediate Javascript • Advanced Javascript • Introduction to jQuery • Perl Programming for Beginners • Surviving the Internet • How to Write A Living Will • Introduction to Numerology • Change Your Life: The Best is Yet to Be!

$40.00 /hr
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Heath Johns

Heath Johns Agency Contractor

Full-Stack Developer

Canada - Last active: 09/21/2012 - Tests: 1

As a developer I have three notable advantages: The first is that I have 17 years of professional development experience. What started as a summer job has become a career that I'm proud of. My trade is in clean, well-documented, efficient, and complete code. The second is in knowing the whole stack. I provision and administer servers; secure networks; code applications, services, websites - I have professional experience from the user experience at the very top to the transistors at the very bottom. Each part works better because I also know how it all fits together, and I can make changes at any level to make sure the job gets done correctly. The third is excellent communication. A big part of my job is making technology understandable to people outside of the field, and I'm a professional. Some examples of my writing can be found here: http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/au/1090#Articles Business objectives and technology are often in different worlds, and I'm here to build as frictionless a bridge as possible. I specialize in Python, Javascript, and C on Unix-like systems - but for almost every technology challenge I can provide, at the very least, good advice or point you in the right direction.

Associated with: Frontier Agency
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Michael-Echo Roberson

Michael-Echo Roberson Agency Contractor

Casualty of Design

United States - Last active: 02/21/2008 - Portfolio: 18

Network and collaborate with other creative artist, developers and web industry leaders. Continually learn and educate myself via the internet and peer groups. By the summer of 2009 Casualty of Design will be a fully functioning advertising agency with 10+ employees.

Associated with: Casualty of Design
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