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Post your Ruby programming project on oDesk and find experienced Ruby developers and consultants who can download and install Ruby 2.0 on your server with RVM, create websites using the Ruby on Rails or Sinatra framework, or develop website crawlers and web scraping scripts for videos, news and images. These professionals can also convert your PHP or Python application to Ruby, create a back-end for iOS with RubyMotion, debug or maintain libraries of selenium-webdriver scripts, or create data automation scripts to import into custom APIs.
Ruby is an open-source dynamic and general-purpose programming language that is similar to languages like Perl, Lisp, Python and Smalltalk. On oDesk, the world’s largest online workplace, companies hire Ruby freelancers for various Ruby development projects, from web applications and threaded database servers to chart libraries, desktop GUI applications and image recognition engines.
Ruby Job Cost Overview
Typical total cost of oDesk Ruby projects based on completed and fixed-price jobs.
oDesk Ruby Jobs Completed Quarterly
On average, 224 Ruby projects are completed every quarter on oDesk.
Time to Complete oDesk Ruby Jobs
Time needed to complete a Ruby project on oDesk.
Average Ruby Freelancer Feedback Score
Ruby oDesk freelancers typically receive a client rating of 4.69.
Web Developer at eOasia.com / Ragnarson - site development in Ruby on Rails - bufixing / maintanance / specs DevOp at Restaurant Kritik / Ragnarson Responsibilities: - create micro-cluster of five servers for rails application - services monitoring and failover - database replication Full Stack Developer at Kalm Micropreneur DevOp at Travelplanet24 / Ragnarson Responsibilities: - manage medium size cluster of 53 servers for PHP application - services monitoring and failover - database replication - monitoring, on-call 24h duty Firmware Engineer at Intel Responsibilities: - develop Intel ME firmware - power saving features implementation - I2C interface and API implementation Validation Engineer / Team Leader at Intel Responsibilities: - create test framework for black box testing of Linux SW RAID - create and execute test suites including unit tests/regression test for Linux SW RAID - cooperation with Linux Red Hat / SuSe community on bugs/testing System Developer at Sprint Sp. z o.o. Responsibilities: - create marine radio software encode/decode features - implement ITU-R M.541-9 recommendations Web Developer at Stenaline Responsibilities: - create admin panel using: UI application based on Bootstrap - consume/update data using JSON REST API application - REST API implementation using PHP Slim framework
- 4 years experience with Ruby (and RoR) - 4 years experience with C Other languages, platforms, databases, etc.: NodeJS, C++, Java, HTML/CSS, Cassandra, MySQL, VoltDB I haven't had much experience other than with these things I've already listed, but I'm a quick learner, and am more than willing to work on new things.
A visioner, a highly innovative Software developer with extensive experience in the software design and the coding process. I have experience with various programming languages. I have worked in developing commercial web applications. Possessing considerable knowledge of the web development cycle and web application frameworks and technologies like SASS, jQuery, AngularJS HTML5, RESTful web services and GWT. Experienced in developing scalable and multi-platform applications and solutions for a wide range of business sectors like Aviation Industry, Telecommunication services and accounting. Having enthusiasm and ambition to complete projects at higher standard. Highly enthusiastic team-player experienced in Agile software development.
We are living in changing world. And we have to adapt to this. Adaptation may be easy or hard. There are many freelancers can make your task done. But how are they effective? If it is short-lived project, then you can hire a random freelancers. I think most cheaper one. But if it is long-lived project, you need a professional. Who cares about your needs and your goals. Let me introduce myself. My name is Alex Lwow. I am Web Developer. I worked in this industry over 6 years. My clients said that I am professional and cares about them. I am honest and effective. It's important to me to build long term relationships with clients, so I'm primarily looking for long term projects. I look forward to hearing from you!