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  1. Jeff Anderson

    Jeff Anderson Agency Contractor

    Senior Web Applications Developer (16 years experience)

    United States - Last active: 02/17/2014 - Tests: 6 - Portfolio: 1

    16 years of solid website development. Perl, Ruby, PHP, Python, C, C++, MySQL, MongoDB, Apache, jQuery, Twitter Bootstrap and AngularJS are some of the many, many tools in my arsenal. Honesty, integrity, determination and a positive attitude that anything can be done are some of my qualities. If you want a solution that will stand the test of time then I can build it. If you just need a quick fix to keep the money flowing I can solve that too.

    Associated with: unlocalhost

    $75.00 /hr
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  2. Maria Criss

    Maria Criss

    Gospel , Pop Singer / Songwriter

    United States - Last active: 10/15/2013

    Can Sing Soprano, Alto , Have Sang The National Anthem At Sporting Events, Session Singer, Produced A CD Wrote All Songs & Sang Lead & Background On All Songs, Collaborated With Other Artists, Rappers, Learn Quickly. Possess A Masters Degree In Psychology / Conflict Mediation.

    $27.78 /hr
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  3. Timothy Giddens

    Timothy Giddens

    Application Programmer with C/C++, Intel ASM, Java, Java3D

    United States - Last active: 01/26/2014 - Tests: 4

    I am a self taught programmer. I have been teaching myself from my late high school years, 2003 or so, till the present. I have amassed a large collection of textbooks and resources on various programming languages and techniques. I have done many of the practice problems all successfully. I have successfully ported much of the older "sample" programs in these materials. (Many resources are from late 90's and early 2000's, and many examples no longer work as written.) This has made me very familiar with debugging and troubleshooting. I have become familiar with Intel Assembly, C/C++, Java, and Java3D. I have dabbled in XML, HTML, Python, SQL, and Visual Basic. I use both Windows and Linux operating systems and am familiar with a number of IDE's I am in search of projects now, practical applications for the real world, and possibly some game programming. I have written so many "hello worlds", "toy programs", "api demo's", and "test applications" found in textbooks, that I no longer feel that they will help me advance any further. I have an aptitude for learning, and am quick with the uptake of concepts. I can learn the basics of a new programming language within days, and several advanced topics in a month or less. I am fluent with project outlining, and pseudo-code, and familiar with UML. I strive to keep my code efficient and readable. I try to make sure I use short circuit logic wherever possible. I try to ensure I maintain the size/speed efficiency of all programs I write. However, I also understand the importance of getting the program to work, then fine tuning it later. It is my aim to provide employers with the flexibility I have by not being taught in a structured course. I am fluent in many conventions and hold none above the rest. I default to the ThisIsMyClass(int i, string s){}, and thisIsMyVariable naming convention. I am recently becoming familiar with external documentation tools, like JavaDocs. However, I always try to thoroughly document the source. It is my aim to be a valuable asset to any employer/team that I may be assigned to. Along with Programming, I have developed 3D/2D Modeling. I am familiar with Catia V5, Blender, and a CAD suite called ProgeCAD. I actually have 3 years professional experience with Catia V5 working for Boeing and L-3 Communications using their 3D Engineering Models for Aircraft. I have worked with 2D/3D engineering models for a total of 6 years. I am also adept at creating models for hi-res renders, and animations.

    $16.67 /hr
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  4. Kevin Mazariegos

    Kevin Mazariegos

    Electronic engineer

    Guatemala - Last active: 07/06/2014 - Tests: 4

    Since 2009 I have worked in several places and in many areas trying to get as much experience as I could. My work had shown both leadership and expertise. I work recruiting at the United World College national committee on Guatemala to give scholarships to students around the country and I have an internship in the admissions office at school. I am a junior in college studying electronic engineering and student assistant in various classes, especially in Assembler language programming classes. I am currently training for my Cisco Certified Network Associate or CCNA certification. And now I am an oDesk member so hire me and your search is over!!

    $5.56 /hr
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  5. Waqas Aslam

    Waqas Aslam

    Engr. Waqas

    Pakistan - Last active: 07/02/2014 - Tests: 3 - Portfolio: 1

    i am an electrical engineer Experienced with embedded software/hardware/FPGA design and development for safety/performance critical systems. Specialties: Languages: C, C++, C#, Verilog, Vhdl and Assembly,IDEs: XILINX ISE, QUARTUSII, High Performance Embedded Workshop (HEW), KEIL, AVR STUDIO and MPLAB.

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