LESS Job Cost Overview
Typical total cost of oDesk LESS projects based on completed and fixed-price jobs.
oDesk LESS Jobs Completed Quarterly
On average, 52 LESS projects are completed every quarter on oDesk.
Time to Complete oDesk LESS Jobs
Time needed to complete a LESS project on oDesk.
Average LESS Freelancer Feedback Score
LESS oDesk freelancers typically receive a client rating of 4.65.
Vitaliy Zhukov Agency Contractor
Nader Soliman Agency Contractor
Current: Focused on AngularJS (CoffeeScript mainly) with full development stack Grunt, Karma, Jasmin and Protractor for both unit testing and end-to-end testing. TDD in heart, python was my favorite tool for the past few years using it for general purpose scripts and server apps (specially using flask and django) Past: Over 12 years of experience in building a wide range of software systems with wide range of complexities and sizes. During this time I had the privilege of serving different types of customers to solve their business and technical problems in various business sectors for both international and local customers. This was done without leaving the confines of my home country Egypt which speaks a lot of my high communication skills despite physical distance from customers. Details: - Over 6 years remote Software Engineer @ HubSpot based in Boston/US. - Served customers from Canada, New Zealand, US beside local Egyptian customers - Software development experience in different stacks of technology from early DOS and Linux systems. To modern systems (really the number of technologies I was involved with is beyond counting) - Emphasizing software engineering process for software development, from agile practices to Test-Driven-Development process. Recently: - Involved in web development & Android development - Most recent projects involved, AngularJS, NodeJS, Python, Nginx, PhoneGap/Cordova (of course Grunt, Bower and other development tools)
My goal is to provide clean, semantic, flexible and efficient PSD to HTML service. You would definitely love my coding work. I do my best to stay up to date with the last technics, news and trends, which makes my code both modern and compatible. Reasons to hire me: - I am a very responsible professional (do not disappear with a half-done job); - I am available at least 8 hours of daytime (whatever your timezone is); - I can spend at least 40 hours/week on your project (the project will be completed on time); - For long-term relationships, so as not to waste time every time you search for a new employee for every new project . - I work very quickly, which will save your time and a lot of money.
Hello! I've been a front-end developer for over a decade and have worked with various advertising agencies, design studios and startups all over the world. I love writing elegant, efficient and responsive HTML and CSS from the ground up. I'm fluent in various CSS grid systems and more complex frameworks like Twitter Bootstrap and Zurb Foundation. I enjoy using CSS preprocessors like LESS or SASS. I also work with the jQuery library, HTML emails and know my way around Photoshop. I'm currently based in Riga, Latvia (Northern Europe). However, I’m usually online during US business hours and available on Skype or any other messenger of your choice. Please contact me for access to my portfolio. Thanks for listening. Looking forward to working with you!
Andrey G. Agency Contractor
I have many years of experience of high quality coding. My job is creating huge and responsive single page applications. Besides, I work under my own open source projects. Look at my Github profile: github.com/finom If you need a developer who can create awesome apps and who knows how to work with big amounts of data, you're welcome!
Dima K. Agency Contractor
Slava Hatnuke Agency Contractor
10 years experience in web applications architect/development. Participated in the development of large / complex projects (NDA). Key technologies: Node.js, AngularJS, Twilio API, MongoDB, MySQL, Oracle, WebDriver, PhantomJS, Docker, Vagrant. I like projects that use modern technologies and approaches to solve issues. Respect trust, honesty, simplicity and flexibility in decision making. I guess, each project should use best practices to be successful. There small list of practices that I like: - agile methodologies (planning, backlog, retrospective ...) - automated testing (functional and unit) - object oriented programming - continuous integration - code review and cross review - architecture base on the patterns - safe refactoring of existing solutions - developing scalable projects Actually we care about fun and quality in web development. We love working on projects which indeed need for users and make people little bit happy. We want to be clear and use agile practices to make development processes more transparent and create project step by step and it’s help to correct functionality and improve it quickly. Have you seen the fish lived without water? Similarly project can’t live without suitable infrastructure like management, architecture, coding culture, automated testing, team building, responsibility, respect….. These things are water in the ocean of development, I am just one of them who care about this.