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  1. Aleksey Khazov

    Aleksey Khazov

    Embedded Soft | Desktop Application | Trading System | Web Development

    Russia - Last active: 2 months ago - Tests: 1

    Development of the system software for microcontrollers and digital signal processors (DSP) from Texas Instruments, ATMEL, Analog Devices. IDE: Code Composer Studio, Visual DSP ++, IAR Embedded Workbench. Development of the different periphery as ADC, DAC, RS-485, EEPROM, RAM, GPS, USB, PCI, real time clock (RTC) and others. Languages C and C ++. Development of software under Windows in environments C ++ Builder and Microsoft Visual C ++ (console and Windows Form.NET application) in languages C and C ++. Writing of drivers in WinDriver. Development of help systems in HTML Help Workshop, installers in InstallShield and Smart Install Maker. Creation the menu autostart of CD. Development of documentation - specification, instructions. Web programming (HTML, PHP, CSS, MySQL, Ruby). Programs: Microsoft Office, Visio, Adobe Photoshop, Corel Draw, 3D Max, Subversion and others. Development of automatic trading systems on the MQL 4 language (Development of Expert Advisors, Custom Indicators, Scripts, Libraries).

    $11.11 /hr
    180 hours
  2. Abhilash M.

    Abhilash M.

    6+Years Experience- Windows/Oracle/HP/Cloud Certified Infra Architect

    New Zealand - Last active: 6 months ago - Tests: 17 - Portfolio: 3

    6+ Years experience in : * BMC Tools Design/Installation/Configuration. * HP Tools : Certified Accredited Integration Specialist * Windows Administration * Oracle certified Solaris Administrator * ITIL V3 certified Process designer. * Web Programmer * PHP/MySQL expert.

    $27.78 /hr
    787 hours
  3. Shareena Rasheedammal Fasaludin

    Software Engineer Java J2EE SQL Oracle Hibernate

    India - Last active: 07/08/2013 - Tests: 7 - Portfolio: 1

    Strategic, Sun certified Java professional with 3 years of extensive experience in functional and technical implementation. To be associated with a progressive organization, aspiring to take up challenging assignments to build my career aspirations and to involve as a part of the team that dynamically works towards the growth of the organization. Other than Java technology I also have some experience in the following areas: SQL software design and testing.

    $10.00 /hr
    586 hours
  4. Jamie Reid

    Jamie Reid

    Senior Java and C++ Software Developer

    Spain - Last active: 13 hours ago - Tests: 8 - Portfolio: 2

    I have a degree in Computer Science B.Sc from the university of Manchester and was one of the top of my class in all of the programming courses (Java, C, C++, C with OpenGL) My core skill set includes the following skills: C, C++, JavaSE, JavaEE, JavaFX, Ant, Maven, SQL (MSSQL, MySQL, Oracle), Bash Shell. I have worked with the following IDEs: Visual Studio, Eclipse, IntelliJ, NetBeans and I am happy to work with any source control system. I am happy to work both Windows or Linux operating systems. I have worked in the defence industry working on UAVs (aka Drones) and on the Julius Chinook helicopter and both of these were coded in C++ and Microsoft Visual Studio 2008. I spent a period of my time working on a legacy system written in Borlund C++ and converting it to a new system using Visual Studio. I also spent a period of time writing C in Eclipse on an embedded system (this was for the JULIUS Chinook project) I am extremely willing to negotiate on price and for English projects the language barrier certainly won't be a problem. I am extremely flexible and am always willing to work late or make additional changes or fixes as and when required. Fixes to problems can certainly be negotiated on price/time wise.

    $30.00 /hr
    5,815 hours
  5. Wei C.

    Student Part-time C/C++/C#/Java/Python/PHP/JSP/Javascript Developer

    Canada - Last active: 09/14/2012 - Tests: 2

    I am a forth-year computer science software engineering student in University of Toronto. I am a native Chinese speaker and fluent in English. I have successfully completed many oDesk projects and also have long term real life internship experience. On oDesk I am looking for part-time job opportunities to apply the skills I already have and trying to deliver value to my employer.

    $38.89 /hr
    348 hours
  6. Dan Nissenbaum

    Dan Nissenbaum

    C++, algorithms, and PhD physicist hit-man

    United States - Last active: 13 hours ago - Tests: 2 - Portfolio: 3

    I have 20 years of C++ and PHP experience, and a PhD in computational physics. I do my work in an absurdly detail-oriented, communicative, methodical way. I work from my home office in Brattleboro, VT. I like to spend time designing and programming good code, and as little time as possible doing other things that take away from time I could spend actually architecting and writing code. Previous to obtaining my PhD from Northeastern University in 2008, I had three years' worth of "in-the-office" full-time professional programming experience in C++. In the years since, I've been saddled with more-than-full-time freelance contract programming work out of my home office in Brattleboro, where I like to work with interesting people on interesting projects (though almost anybody nice, and almost any project, can fit into those categories). I love algorithms and detailed back-end work in C++ most of all, but I am also an expert Javascipt and PHP programmer (as well as other technologies). I have quite a long history of projects and professional work experiences. Some highlights are: C++/mathematical algorithm contract programmer/consultant for an enterprise networking company (Red Lambda); lead server developer for an online role-playing game (Alganon); lead server programmer for a company developing internet-connected vocally-controlled remote control devices; and my physics dissertation research programming a Quantum Monte Carlo simulation from scratch in C++. I have held a variety of contract programming positions in C++, Javascript, PHP, as well as some in Java. See my complete resume in the "Portfolio" section, below. My ideal project combines mathematics and computer programming in detailed back-end server or algorithmic work, programmed in C++ or Node. I excel at reading technical documents and understanding the details of the documents - in particular involving advanced scientific and mathematical articles and books. I often am able to fully grasp the mathematical details, including in a wide array of fields. This is part of the reason I work as a contract programmer rather than living the 9-to-5 lifestyle in academia or in the office. I like to understand all the details when I program. This has led me from my homeland of C++ to an array of detailed projects - including very extensive work in PHP and Javascript - including the related areas of JQuery, AJAX, CSS, Bootstrap and HTML, as well as the full LAMP stack (serious Linux management; Apache; etc.). I've also taken on a handful of significant projects in Java & C#, as well as programming in Python for a couple of smaller projects. Likewise, commensurate with the above, I've worked very extensively with databases, most often MySQL, but also SQLite, as well as some Oracle, and MS SQL. I love C++ most of all because the language is powerful enough to allow a programmer to understand & work with the most intimate details of the operation of the machine. A little about me: I'm an outstanding communicator. I prefer to work from my home office because I've found that office environments inhibit competency, rather than promote it. One of the reasons that I've developed so many programming skills is that when I'm assigned a task, given the option between doing it a way that I've done it before, or researching and understanding a new technology that might be better (in however small a way), I almost always choose the latter. Therefore, I spend about as much time as other programmers do taking time struggling with the project at hand - but my struggle involves learning new things all the time, rather than struggling with a mess of bugs, getting stuck working around a mess as quickly as possible by contributing to the mess rather than fixing it. A profile description allows room for some elaboration about this. In programming, employers generally don't like to pay developers to learn new things. They'd rather pay for a developer who already has the skills. However, a programmer who isn't constantly learning doesn't have skills, because even a lifetime of learning skills isn't enough. I imagine that if a programmer understood all technologies perfectly, the time required for a project would only be the time spent typing out the few thousand lines of necessary code. All the time spent not typing at the keyboard is time spent learning. As a reminder, you can my detailed resume in the 'portfolio' section, below. Please feel free to contact me at any time. Thanks, Dan

    $124.00 /hr
    3,016 hours