Haskell Job Cost Overview
Typical total cost of oDesk Haskell projects based on completed and fixed-price jobs.
oDesk Haskell Jobs Completed Quarterly
On average, 1 Haskell projects are completed every quarter on oDesk.
Time to Complete oDesk Haskell Jobs
Time needed to complete a Haskell project on oDesk.
Average Haskell Freelancer Feedback Score
Haskell oDesk freelancers typically receive a client rating of 4.90.
B.S. In Computer Science. MSc. in program transformation techniques. I have experience both as engineer and researcher. My interests include compilers, functional programming, formal verification of programs and perfecting software development practice. My professional experience includes distributed systems, high-performance computing, financial applications, software for entertainment and education.
Alexey Tigarev Agency Contractor
I am a computer scientist whose main skills are in the field of data analysis, pattern recognition, statistical software, machine learning and large scale system design and integration. I have developed systems using Neural Networks, Markov chains, Support Vector Machines in various applications: OCR, image processing, data analysis, text indexing and retrieval. I am also proficient in 3D image visualization using common off the shelf libraries and methodologies, either low or high level, like OpenGL, DirectX, VTK, Java3D. I understand and use common ray tracing programs. I understand image processing topics like segmentation, thresholding, classification. I have worked in the past in a 3d Face recognition European project. I know the OpenCV library quite well. In the field of "general programming" I have a good understanding of Databases, multi threaded applications, sockets, pipes, encryption (symmetric and asymmetric), compiler design, operating systems, low level data structure in memory and on disk, data integrity. I consider myself an expert in data structures and algorithms: trees, queues, lists, b-trees, hash tables; I use standard libraries like STL, Boost, Java generics. I have a good knowledge of SQL and data normalization however I have also used custom No-SQL databases like Datadraw, MapDB, Tokyo Cabinet, Zope. I know all the basic algorithms and templates used in every day coding; regarding data integrity and security. Compression (lossy and lossless), symmetric and asymmetric encryption, public certificates, I have worked with OpenSSL programming, encrypted web services, packet sniffers. I am proficient in all the common every day languages with an emphasis on C++ and Perl. But I can use: Java, Python, Visual Basic, C#, PLSQL, Delphi. I know all the Object Oriented Programming concepts and design patterns and I use them if the need arises, but I am also able to write object-free programs in C or functional languages (like Haskell or Scheme). I know modern version control systems like git and mercurial, even if I can use also older ones like Subversion or CVS. I know Windows programming and API quite well. I have used WPF and WCF to create desktop applications in Windows and web services. I have used Linux and Gui toolkits like Qt which are platform independent. I know XML, XSL, I have used several parsers like the MsXML or Xpath. I know how to validate a XML with a schema. I have worked with a team that handled thousands of XML documents relating to air crashes in a SQL server database. I am able to talk and write in English with fluency. If anything is not listed here either I have forgotten to list it or I can probably learn it quite fast, so don't hesitate in asking!
I am enthusiast with both commercial and non-commercial experience in IT. My experience includes: * Python (Django, Pylons/Pyramid, Tornado, webpy) web development; * Voluntary support of small-to-mid scale computer networks; * Unix/Linux server administration; * Contributing to various open-source projects; * Fun oriented not-so-mainstream tools (Haskell, Erlang, Forth) self-education. I tend to choose tools suitable for specific problems rather then focus on a single technology. I am available for research on unfamiliar domains and technologies. Learning new things is fun; learning new things for real-world tasks is double fun! I am looking for challenging IT projects which hopefully will save someone's time / provide new opportunities / make the world better.
Manish K. Agency Contractor