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Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $850 - Posted
I am open to which language you choose to make it in, as long as it is *not MS Windows based*. Preferably ruby, python, javascript .... It is *required* that the script can run on a client browser (without needing to install plugins) and/or on a Linux machine.
Skills: Ruby JavaScript Python
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I'm looking for someone to write tutorials on web development, and more specifically Ruby and its various web frameworks (Ruby on Rails, Sinatra, Grape, ...). ... If you have some knowledge in any of the following technologies, and you know how to write tutorials in English, feel free to apply: - Ruby - Javascript (backend: Node.js, frontend: React/Angular/Ember) - Elixir You should be able to produce at least one tutorial per week.
Skills: Ruby Technical writing Website Development
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I am looking for someone do very easy task with Sidekiq, Ruby on Rails, and Rails Admin. You will be downloading historical stock data pricing data and saving it to a database.
Skills: Ruby on Rails
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I am looking to create a clone of Shiftboard.com. I have the UX done, and need someone who is able to create the technical requirements to create an MVP product. Essential website would allow someone to log in and assign employees, would need a developer for 10-15 hours.
Skills: Ruby on Rails
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
Social media, list based recommendations site recently launched in beta looking for front end developer with strong EmberJS and CSS skills (design /UX / UI a plus) and rails experience a bonus. Featuring integrations with Facebook, Google Maps/Places/Analytics, Vero APIs, Twitter APIs (ongoing) and working with lead devs and gearing up for seamless integration to full launch. Agile role, front loaded over next couple of months so ability to commit 30+ hours per week would be preferable. Key attributes required include strong communication and ability to work in a team.
Skills: Ruby on Rails CSS CSS3 Ember.js
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
Hello Job Seekers! Thanks for stopping by! I want to tell you about my startup, Opera Event. It's a company started by a group of friends who love gaming. One of these friends noticed something. He noticed that streamers on platforms like YouTube and Twitch didn't have a lot of ways to engage with their audiences. Why aren't there more tools at their disposal to engage? Why isn't there a platform that connects the dots for them? He brought his idea to a small group of friends, myself among them, and Opera Event was the result. We're building tools for Influencers. By Influencers we are talking about the people that create content for platforms such as Twitch, Periscope, and YouTube. Our goal is to build the tools that will allow them to have higher engagement with their audiences. We believe their audiences are theirs, not the platforms they view them on. Wherever the Influencer is, their audience should be there too. Their fans want to have interactions with their Influencers, Influencers want to have better and easier to use tools to manage their streams/video, and that is where Opera Event comes in! We consider ourselves to be a B2B business, our client is the Influencer. The ecosystem is vast and untapped. Some of our potential clients have viewership in the 10s of millions per month, and yet no one has heard of them and they make peanuts. Why is that? We have a varied backgrounds within our founding group's DNA. From finance, game design, and operations, to many startups, professional gambling, and esports. We really do have some deep knowledge about the space we're looking to work in. Our clients trust us to have their best interest at heart because we tell them upfront that they are the client, not their audience. We already built one product to prove that we can help Influencers make more revenue, get better data, and allow audience members to interact with Influencers in a new way while also shaping the content they are watching. The product is called Bounties, and it's already live on Twitch with a small batch of Influencers in an MVP state. Bounties allows audience members to challenge Influencers to face a funny consequence. An example might be, win three games in a row or sing karaoke live on stream. The Influencer gets the money either way if they accept the bounty. This feature can be used in lot of different ways, all tools that have been given to the Influencer to allow them the freedom to mold it to fit their brand. They can set Thresholds, reduce the fields to a single action, set minimums, make it so others can add-on (join) bounties, and a lot more. The data we've gotten back so far has been amazing. We believe in delivering flexibility. Each Influencer knows their audience best, so we give them tools that will allow them to maximize their efforts. Check us out here: operaevent.co Here you can read more about the product and event see a video of Bounties being used live. We're ramping up to build more tools and a full-fledged platform that will transform how Influencers and audience members interact with one another. We're a small startup that needs people that want to take nothing and make it into something. We need people who are willing to take the plunge on an uncertain job, where there is greater risk but also greater reward. I can't guarantee that we'll be around in a year, or even six months, but with the funding we have (and getting more of) and the signals we're gotten so far, we believe we're onto something that has the potential to be a very impactful product that could change a billions of dollars a year industry. Because this person would be an integral part of our time, we're looking for someone that can be here in our office with us a majority of the time. This role would be vital to our growth and varied in it's nature, therefore we don't see this a being filled by someone remotely. Sound like something you're interested in learning more about? Let me know!
Skills: Ruby on Rails AJAX AngularJS CSS3
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
- Provide the Director of Customer success with a project definition and time estimates where professional services will be billed to the customer - Manage your projects using popular tools such as Trello so that the Product Manager and CTO have insight on progress - Define the solution needed and the most effective language to manage automation (currently in Ruby and Javascript) - Implement and follow best development practices - Document your findings and solutions - An example of an automation would be to read an Excel file from a specific location (FTP, over the web, downloaded locally) and interact with a web based portal to upload a spreadsheet (portals often require a login) - Work with the QA team to replicate and document bugs Requirements: - Prior development and/or scripting experience - Experience with Javascript and Ruby is a must - In-depth Knowledge of Excel & Google GSheet is a must - Experience with Protractor is a plus - Experience working in a technical customer support team is a plus - Knowledge of the ecommerce industry and product import is a plus - Strong experience with a variety of telephony, chat and other support tools - Excellent decision-making, planning, and customer-interaction skills - Energy and commitment to drive and produce results, quickly - Strong interpersonal effectiveness and ability to communicate effectively to internal and external audiences - Comfortable resolving complex issues with difficult customers - Comfortable with change, uncertainty and charting new territory You'll begin working with Venzee on a trial basis and if successful, you'll have the opportunity to join the team as a permanent member. ... - Provide the Director of Customer success with a project definition and time estimates where professional services will be billed to the customer - Manage your projects using popular tools such as Trello so that the Product Manager and CTO have insight on progress - Define the solution needed and the most effective language to manage automation (currently in Ruby and Javascript) - Implement and follow best development practices - Document your findings and solutions - An example of an automation would be to read an Excel file from a specific location (FTP, over the web, downloaded locally) and interact with a web based portal to upload a spreadsheet (portals often require a login) - Work with the QA team to replicate and document bugs Requirements: - Prior development and/or scripting experience - Experience with Javascript and Ruby is a must - In-depth Knowledge of Excel & Google GSheet is a must - Experience with Protractor is a plus - Experience working in a technical customer support team is a plus - Knowledge of the ecommerce industry and product import is a plus - Strong experience with a variety of telephony, chat and other support tools - Excellent decision-making, planning, and customer-interaction skills - Energy and commitment to drive and produce results, quickly - Strong interpersonal effectiveness and ability to communicate effectively to internal and external audiences - Comfortable resolving complex issues with difficult customers - Comfortable with change, uncertainty and charting new territory You'll begin working with Venzee on a trial basis and if successful, you'll have the opportunity to join the team as a permanent member.
Skills: Ruby JavaScript Project management