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  1. Dave Hourn

    Dave Hourn

    Web Developer

    Australia - Last active: 18 hours ago - Tests: 2 - Portfolio: 4

    I am a freelance web developer based out of Sydney. I run my own business called DTH Design (http://dthdesign.com.au). I wrote my first website when I was sixteen years of age using nothing more than notepad and plain HTML and have been hooked since. After a period of experimenting with various technologies in 2009 I started a dual diploma at Swinburne Technology (TAFE), Melbourne in Website Development and Software Development. Since graduating in 2011, I have worked for two digital agencies - Swift Digital (http://swiftdigital.com.au/) and Ad-Inc (http://ad-inc.com.au/) and have recently started my own freelance business. I specialise in PHP, in particular the Yii Framework and have built a powerful customised Content Management System on top of the framework. The CMS has full features from standard content editing, to real time analytics, user management, private pages and files and full system logging. It is a constant work and is being updated on a daily basis with new features and extensions. I run my own Virtual Private Server, and have some experience in Linux system administration using the Nginx web server. I can also adapt to various other technologies such as Wordpress, Drupal, Windows, Apache, Mac and others.

    $55.00 /hr
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  2. Daniel P.

    Daniel P.

    Director of Information Services

    United States - Last active: 06/17/2014 - Tests: 3 - Portfolio: 1

    I am an IT manager for a midsize healthcare company. I attended the #2 University in the country for Computer Science as well as a community college for IT/Business integration. I manage Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft Communicator, VMware, Symantec BackupExec, Cisco ASA vpn systems, and many more. Basically everything an enterprise needs to run a successful IT infrastructure. I can also program in java, html, autoIT, and others.

    $33.33 /hr
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  3. Vasil Matev

    Vasil Matev

    Linux enthusiast

    Bulgaria - Last active: 02/16/2014 - Tests: 2

    Learn something every day - that is what drives me. Although my professional experience is only 3-4 years in the IT branch, I have already proven myself to be amongst the best. Working for international corporations, and helping critical customers (governments, banks etc.), I have taught myself to discipline, respect for given deadlines, perfectionism, as well as many technical skills: Linux server administration Windows server administration MySQL administration and enhancement Shell scripting C programming

    $55.56 /hr
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  4. Juan Carlos

    Juan Carlos

    Senior Python Django Linux Developer

    Argentina - Last active: 07/24/2012 - Portfolio: 6

    >10 Years of experience on Agile Software Development as Freelance Home-Working Full-Stack Senior Python Linux Developer. Programming: Python, JavaScript, CoffeeScript, Babel.JS, Bash. Markup Languages: HTML5, CSS3, XML, JSON, UML, QML, QSS (CSS for Qt). Frameworks: DJango, ImportD, Bottle, JQuery, PyQt, BootStrap, SASS. Version Control Systems: Git (git), Mercurial (hg). VCS Services: GitHub. GUI Toolkits: Qt, HTML5, Tk, NCurses (python-dialog). Cloud Services: Heroku. SysAdmin: Advanced Linux Server Administration (Ubuntu/Debian). Communication: >5 Years of Daily Meetings with clients from USA. Maintained 2 implementations of Python, and some Django packages. Homeworked for Fortune-100 Multinational Corp from U.S.A. Open Source Programmer for Python-Linux community.

    $11.11 /hr
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  5. Alexey R.

    Alexey R.

    Experienced Developer (LAMP/Bootstrap/jQuery)

    Ukraine - Last active: 11/24/2013 - Tests: 2 - Portfolio: 1

    You came to the right place if you are looking for an experienced developer, specialized in the following fields of Computer Science: HMTL, CSS, PHP, JavaScript, jQuery and MySQL. I also have some experience in the following areas: Linux, Apache, Photoshop. - Web development (jQuery, Bootstrap, PHP, MySQL, SQLite, XML); - Client-server architecture; Writing software is a way to express myself in the things I love doing and do professionaly. I am also sure that my positive thinking, communication skills, and passion to IT and programming make me the best candidate for your project. Available on Skype and Viber.

    $8.00 /hr
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  6. Javier P.

    Javier P.

    IT "Renaissance Man" with 15 years experience

    United States - Last active: 10/13/2013 - Tests: 3 - Portfolio: 1

    As a professional consultant for most of my career, I have worn many hats: technical lead, developer, technical writer, manager, business developer, contract writer, technical supporter, tester, and architect are just some of them. I love solving problems and I am passionate about using technology to make life more efficient, enjoyable, and fun. I have been working in the Information Technology industry since 1995. I am confortable speaking the technical language of software development, enterprise network architecture, database, and web technologies. I am used to collaborating with a variety of skilled workers including end users, developers, architects, project managers, and management. I am most proficient in Java but I have experience in .NET (Visual Basic and C#), C++, Ruby, and Python. My industry experience includes multi-channel retail, food services, human resources, banking, healthcare, and state and federal government. I am currently contracted as a technical lead and consultant to a federal agency with over 65,000 employees. In my personal life, I have experience writing and performing music, video editing and graphic design, and I have written two novels. You're looking for a professional with deep technical skills and an attention to detail. You're looking for a creative, yet organized person that is able to handle multiple jobs with ease. You're looking for someone like me.

    $33.33 /hr
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  7. Eric Jarvies

    Eric Jarvies

    Geospatial software & data expert

    United States - Last active: 10/30/2014 - Tests: 1

    I have been working on geospatial data, geospatial databases, and geospatial software stacks(Map Servers, etc.) for over ~15 years, and general software development & data repository work for almost ~30 years. Hands-on experience: -Map Server ----------------- Building the following software stack; --Ubuntu ---Java (Oracle 6, 7, & 8, and OpenJDK 6 & 7) ---PROJ.4 ---GEOS ---GDAL (with built-in support of/for; MrSID, ECW, JP2, HDF, Kakadu, JasPer, WebP, FGDB, KML, Poppler, PoFoDo, DWG/DXF, SQLite/SpatiaLite, PostgreSQL/PostGIS, MYSQL, MSSQL, Oracle, ODBC, and any other file format and external library/SDK, etc.) ---Tomcat (and/or Jetty, JBoss, Resin, and GlassFish) ---GeoServer (along with any extension that may be needed) ---PostgreSQL/PostGIS (SQLite/SpatiaLite, MySQL, etc.) ---etcetera(Apache, OpenLayers/Leaflet, etc., versioning, Dropbox/cloud storage, and so on) ===== -Database Server --------------- Building the following software stack; --Ubuntu ---PostgreSQL/PostGIS ---Custom/specialized security/hooks/libraries/binary command-line/etc. ===== -File Formats ------------------ Creating, converting, and transforming spatial and non-spatial file/dB formats; --ShapeFiles --dB GEOMS --CAD(DWG, DXF, etc.) --GML, KML, XML, TXT, whatever --ESRI --Vector and Raster of any kind for the most part --Converting raster/vector files/dB table data to raster map tiles(Mosaic, Image Pyramid, etc.) as either WMTS, WMS, WMS with GeoWebCache, etc. --Geometry points to polylines to polygons(and vice versa) --TIF/JPG/PNG/etc. to GeoTIFF/etc., MrSID/ECW to GeoTIFF/JP2/etc(and vice versa) --Projections --SLDs ===== -Data Mining / Fetching ------------------------------- Finding online resources that contain various data that needs to be matched with GEOMS, including setting up fetch server(s), Google Refine fetch projects, or whatever the project requires; --Matching Parcel or Unit IDs with GEOMS --Matching Owner names with Parcel/Unit IDs --Matching Addresses with Parcel/Unit IDs --Matching Assessment(tax)/Valuation data with Parcel/Unit IDs --Matching MLS with Parcel/Unit IDs --Finding/matching any other type of data against GEOM and/or Parcel/Unit IDs(PIDs, Claves, etc.). ===== -Data Cleaning ------------------- Finding geometry errors/problems within any given type of dataset; --Finding duplicate GEOMS/Records --Finding corrupt GEOMS --Finding superfluous data --Conforming cell data(e.g.- to UPPER case, to Title case, etc., and renaming cell data variations such as; BC, B.C. & British Columbia to just one, e.g.- B.C.) --Reducing geometry sizes by removing superfluous & redundant vertices. ===== -Data Versioning ---------------------- Using directory structures & naming conventions, or versioning software as a means of keeping track of, and having a fixed/set work flow both on a centralized location(server/Dropbox/etc.) and on individual workstations; --Files and/or dB table export to file using directory - file versioning with up to 64 previous saved versions, and using Dropbox(or similar) to make available to all applicable users; --Using GeoGIG to create spatial versioning repositories where users may check-in and check-out data, branch, merge with trunk, etc., using shapefiles, database tables(e.g.- PostgreSQL/PostGIS) and other file formats/database tables, and using Dropbox(or similar) to make available to applicable users. --Add either versioning techniques to aforementioned Map Server software stack, along with client computer setup/configuration. ===== ===== There are many means and methods, be it the various file & dB formats/structures, or the various desktop/server software applications/libraries/SDKs/frameworks, that can be used to accomplish the same end goal. Whatever 'your' case may be, I will provide you with extensive pre-project support in the form of back-and-forth messaging(via oDesk, chat, email, etc.) during the discovery process, so that prior to you committing to any financial expenditure, you(and I) are absolutely certain that I am the right man for 'your' job. Therefore, do not hesitate to message me with any & all questions you may have regarding your GIS needs!

    $55.56 /hr
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  8. Ryan Smalley

    Ryan Smalley

    Industrial Design

    United States - Last active: 12/28/2013

    I possess excellent verbal communication skills and work well in a team or a team leader. I communicate abstract ideas and distill them into understandable solutions with either visual tools or verbal communication. I work in 2D and 3D mediums using a range of design software. I have model making skills with wood, plastic and metal. I have a deep knowledge technological trends and love learning new things. I have an interest in operating systems and software and the user experience associated with them.

    $37.78 /hr
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  9. José F.

    José F.

    Sysadmin, Translator

    Argentina - Last active: 3 months ago - Tests: 9

    When it comes to IT, I love challenges. Be it a simple data entry project or a complex network design, I am always trying to learn new things and make them part of my experience box. I am familiar with Microsoft Office, OpenOffice/LibreOffice, Notepad++... Also I know how to program in C, Delphi (mainly) and VBA.

    $15.00 /hr
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