Assembly Language Job Cost Overview
Typical total cost of oDesk Assembly Language projects based on completed and fixed-price jobs.
oDesk Assembly Language Jobs Completed Quarterly
On average, 6 Assembly Language projects are completed every quarter on oDesk.
Time to Complete oDesk Assembly Language Jobs
Time needed to complete a Assembly Language project on oDesk.
Average Assembly Language Freelancer Feedback Score
Assembly Language oDesk freelancers typically receive a client rating of 4.65.
20 years of experience with a huge range of applications, both web and desktop applications, using a wide range of programming languages in conjunction with all major databases that are in the world today, and developing mobile applications in past 2 years. oDesk freelancer since 2007 and with 6000+ hours. My motto: "If I have a billion dollars in my bank account I would still do programming, at least for my personal research." Programming is my hobby which I was lucky enough to make it my job. Whatever you need in software terms I know I can make it, the only variables in this equation is time and money - and they are related :).
Long-established Linux kernel systems and drivers author - author of ENBD, FR1, FR5, and many other kernel and user-space development projects in C, ranging from fail-safe network attached storage systems to automated model-checking of source code. And of course a senior Linux/Unix and network systems administrator from the get-go. If you have an impossible problem, I'd like to hear about it.
I'm professional designer of electronics hardware and software using modern microcontrollers (mostly ARM based, PIC and AVR, but there are no restrictions) and FPGA/CPLD. This consist of working on concept, schematic and pcb work. I also have a strong C /Assembly knowledge to develop uC firmware. I have an good experience of SMD soldering work, and I've got all necessary equipment (even a little lab), so it's not a problem to assembly and test your device quickly. Looking forward for interesting tasks and long-term cooperation!
I can write in any programming language (asm(8051/atmel/pic/80x86), forth, c/c++, c#, php, python, ruby, erlang, haskell, js, haxe, etc). I can use any programming paradygm (procedural, functional, objective, even-driven etc).Have big experience with soliving border problems, when required to know everything about very large projects, and seniour developers, working on some part of that system was unable to fix them.Have administrator experience for all past 12 years, including windows (95, 98, nt4, 2000, xp/2003) and linux (personally prefer debian, but not limited to); can setup system in user-oriented, service-oriented or hosting-oriented setups. Have experience to fix variety "mistic" problems on servers. Able to tune server performance for exact task it required to do.Main objective is find intresting projects, where required high qualified professionals to work in team over it.Not intrested in site- programming (i will not "make site" nor "here is psd, i need cool portal").
With a BS from the University of Kansas, I have 30+ years experience in software/firmware design, development, verification, implementation, and maintenance. I have successfully worked independently, as well as with hardware and software teams. Projects have included everything from video distribution systems to blood pressure measuring devices. I also have proven teaching skills, and can communicate well with everyone in a company from hardware nerds to sales people.
My PhD research is on link adaptive schemes for heterogeneous networks. Next generation wireless networks (4G LTE) promise to sustain the growing demand for higher data rates and better reliability. This growth is to be partly supported by better radio spectrum use and through relays for better coverage. My work proposes algorithms which cellular mobiles can use to adapt their transmit power, spectrum usage and network connections so as to improve data rates or battery life. Skills: Matlab, C, C++, SQL, Assembly