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  1. Eugene Miller

    Eugene Miller

    PHP/Python/PostgreSQL/MySQL/jQuery Developer

    United States - Last active: 1 day ago - Tests: 3 - Portfolio: 1

    Hello, thanks for your interest. I'd love to work on your project, however I'd like to set a few conditions if you hire me. If there is more than 1 dev on the team I insist on peer review and a version control system - I prefer git & github however I'm not opposed to bitbucket and gitlab. Even if I'm the only dev, we should probably use a version control system. I'm also a firm believer in writing tests so changes in one part of the code will not break other parts, it's saved my bacon several times. Testing is one reason why I love working with Flask, and angular.js looks very promising. I would love the opportunity to work on a project that uses angular.js. Even if you don't hire me please implement peer review. That way when you hire me in the future your team is already set up with good habits. Here are a few good articles on the importance of peer review. http://www.techrepublic.com/article/developers-guide-to-peer-reviews/ http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/rational/library/11-proven-practices-for-peer-review/ Now that I'm done with the peer review PSA (Public service announcement.) Allow me to brag about myself. Over the last 11 years I have taught myself how to program in PHP and Python. I entered my first Basic program into a computer when I was in 3rd grade. I love using jQuery to make a site pop. I run my own .com from home with a Linux server on site. This has given me much insight into how servers are maintained, and backed up. I have set up and maintained the following servers Postfix(email), Apache(http), Nginx(http), Open-ssh(ssh) and used Supervisor and Gunicorn to deploy python web apps. I'm also an avid listener to several podcasts, such as Security Now, Linux Action Show, Techsnap and Coder Radio just to name a few of my favorites. Due to the nature of the NDA (Non-disclosure agreement) I can not list what sites/companies I've worked for, I will however tell you what we've used, and a vague description of the work we've done. On a couple of different projects we've used basic google maps, twitter, and facebook api. Some other common js/css libraries are moment.js, bootstrap, and chosen jquery plugin. Most recently I've been doing backend work. This include python, Flask, Flask's restful api to build the backend for an iphone/android app as well as a web front end to administer the data. The iphone/android dev team created the app with Sencha which I deployed using an nginx server. I also helped develop booking software. This includes reports, calendar, artist/user profiles, timezone management, traveling, accommodations, fees, commissions, venues, repertoire and currency conversion. To date, this has been the most challenging and rewarding project for me. The team I work with are extremely talented. We used Python, Flask, Mako, MongoDB, jQuery, Backbone.js, Underscore.js and Java. With another project we parsed PDFs about [undisclosed] and put the information into a database that could then be searched through based on the information mentioned in the PDFs as well as attaching an expiration date to the information parsed. Other accomplishments include a picture labeling program for HUD home inspections that would insert images into a .doc file when needed. It used a lot of jQuery/ajax calls to assign a case number, address, city, state, zip, and classification with lots of auto-complete. The database was MySQL, and I used headless instance of OpenOffice/LebraOffice with a the pyuno bridge to generate the .doc files. I hosted/managed this site for several years, and developed it as new features were needed. I parsed PDF files to get case information, as well as cut out specific pages that needed to be printed, and sorted them out for specific agents. For another project we used a combination of MongoDB, SOLR, MySQL and CodeIgniter. At the time I left we were in a transitional stage converting the site from an affiliate e-commerce/auction model to an advertising model. This project started out using MongoDB and eventually migrated to MySQL. In my spare time I'm developing a Family Media Player https://github.com/the7erm/fmp-pg It uses pygtk to render it's gui, postgresql for it's database, and gstreamer to play the audio/video. I've been focusing my development efforts on creating a web frontend that utilizes Flask so it can all be controlled via a phone or tablet.

    $25.00 /hr
    3,518 hours
    4.93
  2. Vitaliy Nogin

    Vitaliy Nogin

    Linux, Cisco administrator

    Ukraine - Last active: 4 days ago - Tests: 1

    PROFESSIONAL EXPIRIENCE: EQUIPMENT: 1 Server hardware by IBM and HP, IBM-PC compatible. 2 CISCO switches and routers (800,1700,1800,2600,2800,3560,3600,3750,7200,etc series) 3 Intel switches. 4 Digital Super Hybrid Telephone Systems iDCS-500 and OfficeServ 7200 by Samsung 5 Zeroshell, 3Com, D-Link, Zyxel, MikroTik. OPERATING SYSTEMS: 1 UNIX, Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris 2 Microsoft Windows Server 2003/2008 NETWORK PROTOCOL: 1 HTTP, SNMP, SMTP, TELNET, FTP, SSH, SCP, SMB, NFS, DNS, NNTP, POP2/POP3, IMAP, UUCP, NIS, NFS, SOCKS5 etc. 2 SSL 3 RPC, NetBIOS 4 TCP, UDP, GRE 5 IP, BGP, OSPF, RIP, PPP, ICMP, ARP 6 Ethernet, X.25, Frame Relay, ISDN, MPLS, IEEE 802.11 PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES: Perl, bash, csh, awk, expect, PHP, Pascal, Delphi, C++, Visual Basic, HTML, Java

    $15.00 /hr
    0 hours
    4.91
  3. Max Topal

    Max Topal

    VoIP/Network/Linux Engineer

    Russia - Last active: 1 month ago - Tests: 3

    Over 8 years hands-on experience. I have deep knowledge on VoIP Hardware and softswitches from open-source one (Asterisk, Elastix, Askozia, Freepbx, CallBox, Trixbox, Welltime, Yeastar) to licensed (Switchvox, Panasonic, Mera, RTU) . I am providing Asterisk-based PBX installation\integration, support, troubleshooting and consultations. Fully manage the installation, configuration and troubleshooting of Linux servers * Install and configure Web Servers and MySQL, PostgreSQL * Install and configure customer scripts and programs * Monitor performance to identify and resolve issues using a suite of systems and tools. * Provide VoIP Security * Troubleshoot and resolve network, system, hardware and software problems. * Achieve quick fixes and / or long-term solutions as needed. I have more than 100 successful IP-PBX server deployments, so I am confident that you will be satisfied with my work completely.

    $20.00 /hr
    0 hours
    0.00
  4. Donovan F.

    Donovan F.

    Cloud Engineer and Linux Expert

    South Africa - Last active: 5 months ago

    I am an accomplished Systems Administrator with over 13 years professional experience building infrastructure and platforms for small web hosts, the enterprise data center and the cloud. My primary specialties are Linux systems, open source software, and cloud platforms. I began my career integrating Linux systems and varies opensource technologies for Internet Service Providers and Telecommunications providers. I realized that integrating programming/scripting into my skill set would automate and provide easy of implementation to many of my projects. Here is a brief sampling of skills and technologies I am currently (2015) working with: Linux - RHEL, CentOS, Ubuntu, and FreeBSD Datastores - MySQL, PostgreSQL, Memcached, Redis, MongoDB Monitoring - Nagios, Munin, Cacti, Shinken Management - Chef, Puppet Platforms - AWS, Rackspace, OpenStack Frameworks - Rails Lanaguages - Ruby, Python, Perl, PHP SCM - Git, SVN

    $27.78 /hr
    6 hours
    0.00
  5. Luis eduardo B.

    Luis eduardo B.

    Unix/Linux System Administrator

    Brazil - Last active: 06/09/2014 - Tests: 2 - Portfolio: 1

    Besides Unix/Linux administration, I also have skills in areas such as network (routers, switches), security (firewall, proxy-cache, IDS, OS hardening), administrative automation using shell and Perl programming, Internet services (DNS, SMTP, NTP, FTP). I also can search, recomend and implement Open Source solutions for a given problem.

    $8.89 /hr
    0 hours
    0.00
  6. Rodney Caston

    Rodney Caston Agency Contractor

    Systems Engineer

    United States - Last active: 1 month ago - Tests: 3

    I have over fifteen years experience in linux systems administration and development, having managed large environments composed of many thousands of systems. I believe I bring with me a valuable perspective on how to provide solutions for efficiently managing extremely large, and distributed environments without scaling headcount. Some of my accomplishments include having built site reliability/network operations centers from the ground up, from the development of the fault and performance management systems to the management of the staff. I have built up and administered large scale email infrastructures which would send and receive millions of emails daily. I have managed datacenter migration projects consisting of thousands of servers running live services. I have extensive experience in the online gaming industry, focusing on adminsitration, server engineering, and DevOps. I have even worked in a creative capacity as a writer and creative designer in the past, having co-created the MegaTokyo™ intellectual properties. Given the variety of roles I've had in my career, I consider myself a jack-of-all-trades. What I enjoy most is being able to provide value to the organizations that I am able to support, regardless of what role that places me in at the time. Specialties: Amazon Web Services, Apache, Backtrack 5, Bind/DNS, Cacti, Chef, Cloud, Drupal, Elasticsearch, Ganglia, Glusterfs, HAProxy, Heartbeat, Kibana, LDirectord, Linux (Ubuntu, Debian, Redhat, CentOS, Kali), Logstash, Memcache, Metasploit, Monit, MongoDB, MRTG, Munin, MySQL Server, Nagios, Netcool, Nginx, Offensive Security, OpenVAS, OpenVPN, OSSEC, OSX, Penetration Testing, Postfix, PowerDNS, Puppet, Ruby, RRDTool, SAN, Samba, Sendmail, Shell Scripting, Splunk, Squid, Syslog, SMTP, SNMP, SSL, Squid, TCP/IP, VMWare, Windows, and Xen.

    Associated with: Caston Consulting LLC

    $91.11 /hr
    1,634 hours
    0.00
  7. Diaa Sami

    Diaa Sami

    Professional C++ Developer, Software Engineer, Computer Wizard

    Egypt - Last active: 3 days ago - Tests: 18 - Portfolio: 9

    I am an ambitious and established software developer who started development in highschool, I'm fond of graphics and interactive applications in general and the open-source philosophy. I have used several programming languages, frameworks and APIs, including but not limited to C/C++, .NET, Java and Python, wxWidgets, OpenGL, Win32, COM and sockets, I've programmed for several platforms ranging from hand-held devices to Desktops(Windows and Linux) and client-server applications. I'm always interested in challenging jobs.

    $27.78 /hr
    2,086 hours
    4.99
  8. Ilya Frolov

    Ilya Frolov

    System Administrator and Web Developer

    Russia - Last active: 5 months ago - Tests: 7 - Portfolio: 6

    I am java developer and linux system administrator. Have an interest in all kind of web based programming technology like python, ruby, perl. I have ability to create software from abstracts and fundamental algorithm design to deploying on production servers and zooming in business. I am interesting in java, open source, secure networking (SSL and so on), servers maintenance. Prefer full circle development - from idea to full production server support! I like to learn and follow the most modern technologies. I have 3+ year of shared web hosting design and service.

    $16.67 /hr
    77 hours
    5.00