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  1. Trykov Pavel

    Trykov Pavel

    Rails, Ruby, SQL, HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, Web development

    Russia - Tests: 8 - Portfolio: 4

    developing my profile Over the last 3 years I work with one of the biggest highload russian Ruby on Rails project. The stack is RoR, Postgres, Redis, Resque, Backbone, Haml. Before that I worked as a Drupal developer, so I also have some experience in the following areas: php, drupal, mysql

    $27.78 /hr
    0 hours
    4.85
  2. Gabriel P.

    Gabriel P.

    PHP Developer Joomla Wordpress Drupal Magento Prestashop

    Bolivia - Tests: 3 - Portfolio: 1

    Developer with high experience working for more than 7 years with PHP and Frameworks based on it, like CakePHP, Yii, Zend, YAF. I worked in several projects using CMS like Magento, Prestashop, Joomla, Wordpress, Drupal, Croogo and much others more. I like to deal with new challenging projects and always I'm improving my knowledge, I have a Master Degree in Telecomunications so I can help with your servers too, Apache, Mysql, GNU/Linux (I love all the OS based on System V), of course you always will have the oppotunity for testing my skills. My work will talk by itself, I'm sure that you won't be dissapointed I look for long term relationship with clients giving always my best effort. In my office I have a team of skilled developers too for helping you in all the tasks you require. Give me the opportunity and you will see my capabilities by yourself.

    $13.00 /hr
    571 hours
    4.69
  3. Raluca Badoi

    Raluca Badoi

    Senior Ruby/Rails Developer

    Germany - Tests: 1

    I am a developer, startup addicted, and data manager with experience at start-ups, non-profits, and corporations. I am an expert in Ruby on Rails and build web applications, websites, and data infrastructures. I specialize in building responsively designed sites and applications that give users an optimal experience on any screen. I believe in building simple easy to use products that empower users to access innovate feature sets. I have experience creating inventive data tools, reporting systems, and dashboards that include cutting edge visualizations. I"m use for the last five years: - ruby - rails - sinatra - cuba - rspec - PG, mysql, mongo - ES - redis - REST API's

    $69.69 /hr
    9 hours
    5.00
  4. Piotr Masior

    Piotr Masior Agency Contractor

    RoR Ruby on Rails RSpec MySQL Redis jQuery SASS XML Linux Git Facebook

    Poland - Tests: 7 - Portfolio: 8

    Experienced in Object Oriented Programming in PHP and Ruby. Knowledge of Ruby On Rails, CSS, JavaScript, XML, Html. Successful at AJAX, MySQL, Web 2.0 techniques, GIT, jQuery, Linux, Redmine.

    Associated with: Railsutils

    $35.56 /hr
    974 hours
    4.96
  5. Arunoda Susiripala

    Arunoda Susiripala

    Full Stack Web Developer (Java, PHP, JavaScript, NodeJS, HTML5)

    Sri Lanka - Tests: 2 - Portfolio: 8

    Full Stack Web Developer with the expertise on Java, PHP, NodeJS, JavaScript and HTML5 with CSS3. Expertise on building scalable distributed systems. Here is the list of technologies/tools I'm excellence at: * Server Side: PHP, NodeJS, Socket.IO * JVM Languages: Java, Scala, Clojure * Client Side: JavaScript, CSS3, HTML5, jQuery, Web Sockets * Databases: MySQL, MongoDB, Redis, CouchDB * Designing: Bootstrap, Responsive Designing, SVG (with Inkscape) * Version Controls: GIT, SVN * IDE/Text Editor: Sublime Text 2, Eclipse * Sys Admin: AWS, EC2, S3, Heroku, Ubuntu * Distributed Systems: Puppet, Chef, Twitter's Storm, Hadoop, ZooKeeper * Audio Streaming: Shoutcast, Icecast (Protocol level development) * Other: Chrome Extensions Special Skills: * API Designing * NoSQL Schema Designing * Event Driven Programming * System Architecture * Serious about Web Security (CEH Qualified) * Good Team Player My Development Setup * OSX (Mac Book Pro 13') / Ubuntu * Dual Head Display (Laptop Screen with 23inch monitor) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Once I tried to build my own dreams. Here are some of them * http://kodeincloud.com * http://doksbin.com * http://dokeeno.com I build them technically but couldn't reach the market. I realized I love technology more than money. So I decided to help others to build their dreams :) I'm a believer in Open Source. here are some projects I have contributed - http://github.com/arunoda I blog at http://arunoda.me

    $83.33 /hr
    1,125 hours
    4.97
  6. Daniel B.

    Daniel B. Agency Contractor

    UK-based Lead Developer

    United Kingdom - Tests: 3 - Portfolio: 2

    Proactive self-taught senior developer with 6 years C# and .Net experience. Architectures: N-Tier, CQRS + Event Sourcing Databases: SQL Server, PostgreSQL, Redis Orms: NHibernate, Linq2SQL, OrmLite Backend: Asp.Net Webforms and MVC Framework, WCF, ServiceStack, RabbitMQ, Castle Windsor, SignalR Frontend: JQuery, KnockoutJS, ExtJS, AngularJS Testing: NUnit, BDD (Simple.Testing, SpecFlow), XUnit, Moq, NSubstitute, Rhino Mocks Telephony/VOIP applications using Pika Technologies and Plivo APIs.

    Associated with: Technesis Agency

    $38.89 /hr
    141 hours
    5.00
  7. Sergey Antoninko

    Sergey Antoninko

    Expert in Node.js, Express, MongoDb, CouchDb, RDF, LAMP

    Russia - Tests: 9 - Portfolio: 2

    Hello, My name is Sergey, I'm from Russia, currently travelling around the world. I've started my career in developing software since teen, and now at my 28 I gained a lot of experience mostly in web development related subfields and various technology stacks. During my career I had a chance to work with different technologies and different team roles: as lead builded and managed a team (up to 7) to deliver successful product to market, as a freelancer and as a consultant. I believe in "10x performance gap" between average and best developers, which is supported by my clients feedback. Also I believe I have a nice learning curve which allows me to quickly dive into new and complex problem. I love to learn new technologies, languages, concepts and underlying math. Actually, I could do it for free, if it wasn't payed so well. Here's the list of tools I use with confidence: - HTML, HTML5 APIs (websockets, geo, webworkers, etc) - LESS and CSS - Javascript and jQuery as well as various Ajax implementations - backbone, requirejs, ender, angular, underscore, lodash, socket.io libs - nodejs, expressjs, promises (also, I'm in love with harmonyjs features) on a very deep level - mysql, where I know internals and love to use view, procedures and etc - couchdb, which I've studied all thru, including source code review and deep understanding of couchdb-specific features like replications, changes streaming and performance factors - mongodb, which I usually use with nodejs and mongoose - RabbitMQ, ZeroMQ - XML by XSLT transformations, where I have a great experience and feel fluent using it's paradigm. XSD skills included - Google Chrome, Firefox and Safari extensions and of course phantomjs - Designing and building nice REST apis, which are not mimicking rest concept, but really follows design principles - Integrating 3rd-party rest/oauth APIs in one single solid system, considering related issues like availability and etc - Designing and building long-running distributed system in data mining and processing - Hacking, bypassing and tricking - PHP > 5, which I prefer not to use, but still have many successful projects behind - linux other *nix systems administration and configuration. With a little help I can compile and install linux from sources for example or have no problems while setting up complex multi-server development environment, writing deploying scripts with bash or puppet, setting up monitoring and so on. Other things I've used to do or have a great interest in: - erlang, which has an interesting approach - RDF, RDFS, OWL, SPARQL, graph databases (like Neo4j) and triple stores (like jena, allegrograph, thinkerpop and many more). That's my main point of interest by now. I've studied all available software, math related to graph processing as well as relational and sparql algebra and related issues like data locality in graph, data storing, queries complexity, forward/backward reasoning problems and etc.. Currently, in my free time I'm building GPU graph processing snippets to play and get better understanding. So I would be very happy to see and join this kind of projects here, on odesk - C/C++/Java coding skills, which is required if one want to try newest approaches or link together code from different worlds, for example, bridge cpp library to nodejs. I don't pretend here for being good coder, but it helped me so many times, it's worth mentioning - Python, because there're coolest math, stat and science libs I've ever used. Python here is just a tool to access them. I prefer 3 types of jobs: - short but very complex problems, where deep understanding or wide set of skills is required - building project from scratch with well-defined features list - consulting in system design or problem solving I prefer to avoid to join projects in a late stage, because usually it means that I'll have to deal with previous developer's problems, not client's ones. So I will ask you to introduce me with your existing codebase in a first place before giving any feedback. Also I won't take team leading, because I don't have enough skills to perform remote team managing. Usually I pick up the project mostly not by company or project solidity or payment rates, but by how interesting or fun it feels for me. Unfortunately, I can't clearly define those 2 above, so I'm considering a wide variety of offers. Currently odesk is not yet my primary projects source, but I like it's reliability and have plans to move my activity here. Finally, I have no online availability problems and I can communicate with English in both written and verbal ways. Thank you, and I'm here looking forward for cool problems from you to solve.

    $45.00 /hr
    320 hours
    4.93