Boost Job Cost Overview
Typical total cost of oDesk Boost projects based on completed and fixed-price jobs.
oDesk Boost Jobs Completed Quarterly
On average, 7 Boost projects are completed every quarter on oDesk.
Time to Complete oDesk Boost Jobs
Time needed to complete a Boost project on oDesk.
Average Boost Freelancer Feedback Score
Boost oDesk freelancers typically receive a client rating of 4.98.
I have 3+ years of experience in developing embedded software for microcontollers (PIC, AVR, MSP430, Cortex-M), as well as hardware (circuit design and PCB). Great knowledge in low-level interfaces such as UART, SPI, I2C, Ethernet, USB, CAN as well as high-level TCP/IP, SimliciTI. Developing software with or without RTOS. Good knowledge about operating systems. Developing systems based on embedded linux + uboot, kernel modules and user-space applications. Low-level communications and OS "fine-tune" for best size/performance. Also I have an experience in desktop and server PC application developing for GNU/Linux and Windows. Good knowledge of POSIX and WinAPI. C and C++ languages. Qt framework, STL and Boost libraries. Python scripting language. One of my Open Source projects https://bitbucket.org/antlabs_dev/lpc176x_freertos_lwip_skeleton
I have a good knowledge of C++: STL, boost, and have participated in many projects with GUI framework wxWidgets. I'm nearly acquainted with applied programming on Python and experienced with creating GUI applications with wxPython. I'm a student of Moscow State University, Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics. I have a fine knowledge of calculus and like difficult mathematical problems like graph theory, number theory. My profile at Project Euler: https://projecteuler.net/profile/alobanov23.png.
I worked as a developer during last 7 years. I started as ROR web-developer. Whereas C++ was just a hobby. But Last 2 years I worked as C++ developer. I worked with Qt, boost widely. Played a lot with Lua, OpenGL, Coco/R.