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  1. Benjamin Barnard

    Benjamin Barnard

    Flash CC ActionScript3, Javascript, PHP, MySQL Programmer

    United States - Last active: 15 days ago - Tests: 4 - Portfolio: 1

    I am a rising junior studying for a bachelors of science in computer science at Washington University in St. Louis. My current GPA is a 3.64. I have more than 6 years of industry experience with Adobe Flash (Action Script 3), Javascript, PHP, MySQL and other database technology, as well as many, many other common web technologies. No matter what you are trying to accomplish I can rapidly build a solid, bug-free web application to meet your needs. I am a native English speaker located in St. Louis, MO. I am available full time. I stay in constant contact with my clients and I am available via oDesk, Skype, or email. Please let me know if you have any questions.

    $40.00 /hr
    207 hours
    4.98
  2. Logan Etherton

    Logan Etherton

    PHP/JavaScript developer, MVC, database driven applications

    United States - Last active: 2 days ago - Tests: 3 - Portfolio: 6

    I am an experienced web application developer and database administrator specializing in portable, secure code, program architecture, and application optimization. I have several years of professional experience in both the private and public sector, from organizations ranging from schools to web design companies to consulting firms to nonprofits. This experience comes from working in a variety of environments, including cPanel/WHM, vanilla PHP, jQuery, vanilla JavaScript, Node.js (and the MEAN stack in general), MVC PHP applications, etc. Basically, what sets me apart is my absolute focus on the end user, as well as communication with my clients. I adhere to the philosophy of the iceberg: the customer is only going to see 10% of what your application does. They're only going to care about the 10% that they can see, and whether or not the application works. The 90% left, the pieces below the surface that make all of the gears grind together - well, let's just make that run in the most efficient way possible. It's the user interface that has to shine. At the end of the day, what I care about is giving your users the absolute best experience that they can have. But that is not to say that a "good enough" approach is what should be followed! No, rather, I only mean that I favor test coverage and stability over elegance any day. A short anecdote to explain why: Not too long ago, I was working on a PHP project. It was running well - deployment was set up, the code was solid, and everything that was supposed to happen was indeed happening. During sign up, a record was created which was saved and then further modified down the line. Unbeknownst to me, another dev wrote some code which simultaneously pulled the same record, performed operations, and then saved it again. When the record was saved in the competing method, my database changes were overwritten. I puzzled over this for a good day or two before figuring out what was going on. If unit tests alone had been written, the problem would have been immediately obvious when the second piece of code caused the build to break. Unfortunately, with no tests present, the problem went unnoticed until it caused issues in production. Another important facet of my philosophy is making you, the client, comfortable with the way that I do things. I get this done by setting manageable goals, always keeping open lines of communication and letting you play just as big or as smart of a role as you want to play. That doesn't mean that I won't play referee for off-the-wall ideas; but I will be diplomatic. So, the long and the short of this is that I'm a clever, hardworking, nice guy. The kind of guy with whom you want to do a project...and then another one down the line. Broadly, my skill set includes: Development: - PHP development within MVC frameworks such as Yii, my personal favorite - Unframeworked PHP and JavaScript development - JavaScript framework development for that super-slick user experience - RESTful API development - Experience designing code from scratch and reworking existing code - Database design and implementation Program architecture: - Program design and implementation from concept to production, including planning, implementation, review, and optimization - Adherence to the Framework Interop Group standards for easy collaboration in a distribute development environment - Development utilizing standardized design patterns Databases: - PDO database abstraction with MySQLi, PostgreSQL, and SQLite; familiarity with additional RDBMSs - Experience with concepts that typify mature database applications, including ActiveRecord pattern, validators, table inheritance, transactions, lazy loading, etc. - MongoDB and related NoSQL databases Good coding practices: - Primary focus on code efficacy and user experience - Unit/functional (e2e) testing - Excellent commenting and code organization skills - Proper error reporting and configuration Security: - Best practices and crisis management. Deployment: - My current love interest is Ansible. If there's a deployment that needs to be done, you bet you can get it done in Ansible!

    $44.44 /hr
    1,777 hours
    5.00
  3. Drew Peterson

    Drew Peterson

    Software Developer C#/F#/Javascript & SQL Server DBA

    United States - Last active: 14 hours ago - Tests: 2 - Portfolio: 2

    Over the past 10 years I've developed software both professionally, and as a hobby. I enjoy working on more than just my daily grind, so I've come here for a little something extra. Do you have an interesting project? Read on, I may have the skills you need. Let's talk desktop/back-end development: C#, Ruby, Go, C, Objective-C, Powerbuilder, SQL (ANSI/MSSQL), Perl. Those aren't languages I've just spent a few hours on; I've shipped products or currently maintain projects in those languages. How about web development? I love writing responsive, cross-browser/cross-platform sites that work as well on the desktop as they do on your phone or tablet. It's a great challenge to stay ahead of the curve.

    $120.00 /hr
    348 hours
    5.00
  4. Andrew Koumarianos

    Andrew Koumarianos

    Web Developer - (X)HTML/CSS/PHP/MySQL/JavaScript/Photoshop

    United States - Last active: 12 days ago - Tests: 6

    Please visit my portfolio for examples of previous work: http://www.andrewkoumarianos.com . I create, modify and maintain professional websites. I manually code all websites (I do not use programs like Dreamweaver, GoLive, etc unless requested) to ensure that they are optimized to their full potential in speed and universal visibility.

    Groups: AWeber, BigCommerce...

    $75.00 /hr
    1,673 hours
    4.95
  5. Jonathan Duncan

    Jonathan Duncan

    C#,VB,WPF,ASP,MVC,WebAPI,HTML5,Bootstrap,Javascript,Angular,SQL,SSRS

    Canada - Last active: 1 day ago - Tests: 7 - Portfolio: 6

    25+ years of programming, 14+ years as a job. It's not just how I make a living, it's also something I really love and enjoy doing. I develop robust desktop software, great responsive websites, optimize databases and create reports. I communicate well and feel that it is my duty to let the client know how things are progressing. I also give constructive input but respect the client's final decisions. I program desktop programs in C# and VB.Net (both WinForms and WPF) and websites as either ASP.Net, MVC 5 or single page Angular applications. I have worked heavily with MS Access and MS SQL. I have extensive experience writing reports for SQL Server Reporting Services(SSRS) and RDLC reports for web and desktop applications. Here are a few aspects of the challenging projects I have worked on so far. Added eyedropper functionality (pick a color from an image) using HTML5 Canvas and listed fonts installed on the computer to a single page SVG graphic editing web app. Created custom mouse cursor. Runs on Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera and Internet Explorer. Created response Bootstrap WebAPI/Angular site to teach Latin. Created an MVC 5 demo website for travel agents to create and manage quotes. Wrote a program to play music on a low-latency and high fidelity 8 output channel professional sound card. Created an output program for industrial displays. Wrote a program that receives industrial protocol messages over TCP/IP and follows with the appropriate action. Read and nicely write INI files. Created solid user registration and product activation for desktop applications. Created graphic editor with easy user interface for complex set of symbols. Advanced document layout for specialized graphics. From a third party website, retrieve the distance between two locations for use in calculations. Load GoogleMaps map in desktop application with route between source and destination addresses. Created an ASP website to edit database. Created custom JqueryUI controls to validate and display the data in a user friendly way. Make websites with HTML5, javascript, and JQuery. Created and optimized MS SQL databases. Displayed time from events in database in the user's time zone. Optimized, rotated and created arrays of 3D data. Created fast working implementation of a query to find areas of similar data throughout millions of records for MS SQL. Made reports (SSRS) with automatic emailing to the clients. Made a RDLC report for a desktop application based on MS SQL. Implemented a full costing program in MSAccess. I also speak, read and write English, French and Spanish fluently.

    $40.00 /hr
    3,531 hours
    4.75
  6. John Shipp

    John Shipp

    PHP/MySQL Developer,Javascript,Web Designer,Client and Server Side exp

    United States - Last active: 07/29/2014 - Tests: 10 - Portfolio: 20

    I started programming computers when I was eight years old, and, over the last 30 years, I've realized that I am, well, a programmer. That said, I do have the "people skills" necessary to remain competitive in the world of programming. When needed, I'm a "sit in the corner and program til the wee hours of the morning geek"... otherwise, I'm just a "fun to talk to, easy to get along with normal person". I have always enjoyed the challenge of creating interactive software. With the birth of the modern Internet, I found a new love in web development and web programming. I face every new piece of code as a fresh new beginning... a chance to do it even better, while, still using "what works" from the past. My objective, here at oDesk, it to provide potential employers with my expertise in the field of website design, development, and programming. My skill include, in no particular order: PHP MySQL HTML/HTML5 CSS/CSS3 JavaScript jQuery AJAX Big Data Laravel WordPress Magento CodeIgniter Zend Python PhpDocumenter (PHPDOC) XMPP, OpenFire Google Places API Angular.js Revive Adserver OpenX Adserver OpenX REST API Revive XMLRPC API BitBucket Web Scraping C# ASP.NET Classic ASP MSSQL Twitter API Facebook API Google API Google Maps API Google AdSense API Backbone.js Smarty MS Access Linux Apache nginx PHP Data Objects (PHP: PDO) MailChimp, MailChimp API Google GeoCode API MongoDB LAMP LEMP Ember.js IIS Photoshop Flash ActionScript Intuit Quickbooks API Mint API Twitter Bootstrap cPanel Plesk Authorize.net Stripe PayPal Google Checkout BASIC RackSpace API (OpenStack, OpenCloud, etc.) SalesForce / SalesForce API TinyMCE Yoast SEO MailGun / MailGun API JIRA Confluence

    $280.00 /hr
    3,460 hours
    4.90
  7. Brad Carleton

    Brad Carleton

    Badass Developer - Cloud, Javascript, NoSql

    United States - Last active: 05/21/2012 - Tests: 2 - Portfolio: 1

    I offer high tech skills for the most cutting edge technologies in the cloud. I make awesome apps, so if you're looking for expertise with the Cloud, Javascript or NoSql, then you have come to the right place.

    $1,110.00 /hr
    342 hours
    5.00