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  1. Rogerio R.

    Rogerio R.

    Hardware/Firmware/Software Engineer

    Portugal - Last active: 5 days ago - Portfolio: 1

    I am a 40-year old electrical engineer with a passion for sophistication and innovation. I have a lot of experience in many areas, a result of both my professional career as well as my own personal projects. Detailed profile information can be found at http://profile.rilhas.com I can design, test, and manufacture hardware (including PCBs) using microcontrollers, FPGAs, USB, UART, I2C, and many more, and integrate them with computers, embedded systems, mains power, motors, various sensors, etc.. It is not uncommon for hardware projects in which I’m involved to incorporate both firmware and software, or even connect to the internet or with mobile phones. I have a lot of experience in the PC world, both as a user and as a developer. I have developed high density ISDN telephony application servers (IVRs) for the main Portuguese telecom operator, with an installed base of over 2000 channels, including a voice mail system complete with voice and text fault-proof database. I have developed a large number of computer systems, both servers and clients. My work with IVR's later included testing and using various ASR and TTS technologies (for automatic speech recognition and automatic speech synthesis from the major providers like Loquendo, Nuance, Philips), applied to various areas from the IVR system themselves (directory assistance, flight booking, and more), a help support system for the elderly (consisting of an emergency telephone help server for the national Red Cross), all the way to systems for the hearing impaired (integrating with JAWS screen reader, for example). I have worked with a team to develop a tool for airport management systems, where my contribution was the development of a complete graphics subsystem based on OpenGL, which is being used up to this date (more than 10 years later), due to its capabilities not having yet been surpassed by the competition. I've developed technology to analyze video images and detect a large number of situations, including FOD at an airport in Açores, intrusion detection, early fire warning systems (marketed as CICLOPE), fire prevention systems at PORTUCEL (one of the main producer of paper and other products), illegal car parking, subterranean bus parking, automatic lane management (and infraction detection) on the 25 de Abril Bridge, and many more. I also developed technology to monitor and track bird movements using radar data. A first version used the radar image, and a more recent version uses the raw radar data (captured using a high speed data acquisition system that I also developed specifically for the radars being used). Since this system requires the display of large amounts of data (images with 30+ MPix) I also developed the visualization component (based on OpenGL). I also have some experience in CAD modeling (owing mainly to the fact that I've owned a 3D printer for several years), with which I have created numerous models for small production runs of plastic objects, mainly to assist with electronics projects but which I have also used successfully to create inexpensive plastic connectors and other components for a company that manufactures and installs solar pool heating systems, including automated 2" valves. I’ve also created custom shaped plastic cookie cutters for my wife and toys for my son. :-) I've produced several promotional 3D videos for a few companies, and I also recorded and produced music albums for a number of artists. The systems I have developed in the past make use of (of have integrated with) a wide range of languages, systems, and technologies, including C, C++, C#, JAVA, J2ME, Android, Javascript, Ruby, PIC 10/12/16/24 assembly, i386 assembly, MMX/SSE2, Verilog, TCP/IP, UDP, OpenGL, USB, WiFi, Bluetooth, Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone Black, Windows, Linux, POTS, ISDN, ASR, TTS, among many others. Many of the projects I've worked on have included other people, and I have been the project manager on most of them. For the larger projects where I was not the project manager (like those involving airport security, for example) I was the team leader of the corresponding project component. Given my extensive experience with complex and innovative projects (where a solution is not always obvious from the start and a great deal of creativity is need as the project progresses), I have also developed good skills and intuition for preventing and detecting bugs, both at a code testing stage as well as (more importantly) at a design or specification stage. These skills have proven crucial over the years, and I think that the success of all the projects I worked on depended heavily on them.

    $40.00 /hr
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  2. Panayotis Tsiamis

    Panayotis Tsiamis

    Senior Systems and Software Engineer

    Greece - Last active: 21 hours ago - Tests: 7 - Portfolio: 14

    Systems and Services Engineer, with 12+ years of working experience. Interested in researching, administrating, debugging, tuning and developing platforms running on UNIX like Operating Systems. Able to troubleshoot, identify and solve problems in software, network or kernel layer. Always willing to learn and experiment new technologies for creating high availliability platforms, that could described as "state of the art" or "cutting edge" technology. Specialties: • Unix Like Operating Systems Specialist (Solaris / Linux ). • TCP/IP Network technology • Very deep level of knowledge on Machines hardware and OS Kernels internals. • Troubleshoot/Tune/Debug; System Services, Operating Systems • Mail Services Expert, Qmail-Ldap Specialist. • Network: Cacti/MRTG, Nagios, Cisco Netflow • Databases: PostgreSQL / MySQL / Oracle / LDAP. • Programming: Perl, Ansi C, bash, awk, sed, php etc • Internet Services: mail, http, radius, ftp, ssh, irc etc.

    $30.00 /hr
    298 hours
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  3. Dmytro K.

    Dmytro K.

    Mobile Developer

    Poland - Last active: 23 days ago - Portfolio: 3

    Overall >7 years in SW development. Key career points and projects: • Mobile Lead developer for next gen. live video streaming platform and app from your own quadcopter; • CTO in company, that is going to change the rules in charity fundraising; • Mobile Lead developer market leading healthcare vendor; • Highly reliable, dual processor ARM based SoC for USA based company, with worldwide, well known clients; • Cutting edge technologies for a Linux based Smarter Gateway solution, world’s most widely deployed. For Israel based company, with worldwide, well known clients.

    $34.00 /hr
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  4. Scott Kemp

    Scott Kemp

    Senior C++ Software engineer/Game Developer/MFC Guru

    United States - Last active: 22 days ago - Portfolio: 5

    One of my favorite books is Joel Spolsky's "Smart and Gets Things Done." He talks about the ideal programmer to hire. The one that is not that much more expensive than the others, but saves you 5x the time, and creates a 5x better product than an average programmer. I like to think I am that person. Especially when it comes to C++ computer programming. While new to ODesk, I am certainly not new to software development. I have created many businesses based on technology since I graduated from Oregon State University in 1992. And some that were not technology based, including a luxury fishing lodge in the Alaskan wilderness. I love to program C++ and think it is a great language. I enjoy a hard debugging problem, creating new algorithms, or making code go very fast, always keeping the it readable and maintainable. I have worked in the trenches hunkered over a computer for 20+ hours a day, and have managed other programmers and set the direction of the company. My development environment is a Windows 7 PC with 6 large monitors for better productivity. Fast SSD drives and CPU means you are not paying for long compilation times. I love a good challenge and look forward to working with you. My Strengths ============= Project management: I have owned multiple companies through the years and have had direct management of the projects and company direction with all of them. Programming: I have been programming C++ almost since its inception. I have written probably over a million lines of code since I began and loved every one of them. Although nothing pleases me more than deleting code when it is replaced by cleaner, more robust code. I have some skills in Visual Basic/Script, HTML, CCS, and Javascript. Problem Solving: I feel I am good at breaking down a problem and solving it in simple and robust ways. Debugging: This is one of my specialties. It is rare that I cannot find the source of a bug, even very complicated ones involving heap/stack corruption. Code Design: Nothing pleases me more than implementing a strong design that can be extended and maintained. Speed is important but readability is usually more important. 98% of time is spent executing 2% of code so over optimizing at the expense of readability is something I try to avoid. Optimization: When it needs to be, I love making code race like a Ferrari. I always benchmark the code and make sure it is faster, and not just assume it is faster. Technologies ============ Languages: C/C++ (18 yrs experience), HTML/CSS (2 years), Javascript (Some), Visual Basic (3 Years) Windows: MFC, Desktop applications, DLL development, Systems Administration. Platforms: Microsoft Developer Studio 2003, 2008, 2013, Marmalade, Remote Debugging, Perforce VCS Systems: Windows 95/98/2000/XP/Vista/7 Hardware: PCs, Pen Computers Databases: PostgreSQL, ODBC APIs: Amazon, MFC, libcURL, REST, DLL, COM, DirectX, DirectSound, XML, DirectPlay, Flickr, Autodesk, 3DS Max, Codejock, SpeedTree, Install Shield, Yacc/Lex, Areas: Multi threading, C++ Templates, Client/Server, Image Processing, Relational Database Design.

    $120.00 /hr
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  5. Stephen Barsky

    Stephen Barsky

    Software/Firmware Engineer

    United States - Last active: 05/05/2014

    With a BS from the University of Kansas, I have 30+ years experience in software/firmware design, development, verification, implementation, and maintenance. I have successfully worked independently, as well as with hardware and software teams. Projects have included everything from video distribution systems to blood pressure measuring devices. I also have proven teaching skills, and can communicate well with everyone in a company from hardware nerds to sales people.

    $50.00 /hr
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  6. Thomas Kowalski

    Thomas Kowalski

    Impact-driven software-/web-developer (12+ years experience)

    Germany - Last active: 07/23/2014 - Tests: 2

    Computer scientist and clean code developer with more than 12 years experience as software-developer and -architect. Focus areas: - Service-oriented architecture - Cloud-applications - HTML5 Webapplications (incl. Mobile) - User Interface Design / Information architecture - Test-driven development - Impact-driven software design Technologies of choice: - C# / ASP.NET - JavaScript / Node.js - Java / Android

    $130.00 /hr
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  7. Denis Zibarev

    Denis Zibarev

    Experienced Software Engineer

    Australia - Last active: 11/23/2014 - Tests: 3

    I have over 10 years of experience in application development for Windows operating systems using C++ programming language. My work is mostly in, but not limited to, Exploration/Mining. I have developed some low-level code to facilitate processing of large volumes of data, including on-disk data structures design and high-throughput I/O algorithms, in-memory data layout and high-performance algorithms to make processing of large data volumes, typical for modern mining industry, a breeze. I'm also really familiar with remote debugging and crash report analysis. Have a few successful data format reverse-engineering projects.

    $38.89 /hr
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  8. Elena Belova

    Elena Belova

    Software Consultant/Virtual Assistant

    Canada - Last active: 3 months ago

    I have been working as a professional Software Consultant for over 7 years, my skills include software implementation and integration, Business Analysis and Professional Services, HRIS and Product Management. I have certifications in several software programs that I have implemented over the years and a University degree in Business. My strengths include communication and organization skills, being efficient and resourceful in difficult situations and creative for the best solutions.

    $110.00 /hr
    0 hours
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  9. Robert Brendler

    Robert Brendler

    Senior Software Developer

    Germany - Last active: 12/28/2013 - Tests: 2 - Portfolio: 5

    My credo: reduce the WTF?!?!?! Means: A user should be leaded through an application by the application, not by a 1000 page manual that not even the developer would understand and therefore maybe isn't even updating it. Design of Interfaces is the key, between application and user as well as between applications. The same credo is valid for maintainable and readable code. For further details on work experience and education have a look at my linkedin page: http://de.linkedin.com/pub/robert-brendler/73/6a9/33/

    $111.11 /hr
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  10. Rodrigo Marcuschi

    Rodrigo Marcuschi

    Senior Java Developer

    Brazil - Last active: 01/07/2014 - Tests: 3

    I am a professional software developer, with 16 years of experience - 8 of them with java. I have worked with several frameworks (e.g. Struts [1 and 2], Spring, Hibernate [ORM and Search], Lucene, Ant, Maven, Axis, DWR), technologies (e.g. JSP, WebServices, Ajax, JMS, EJB), application servers (e.g. Apache, Tomcat, JBoss, WebLogic) and RDBMS (e.g. Oracle, MySQL, SQL Server, Postgres, DB2). I also have experience with scripting (e.g. PERL, Javascript) and query (e.g. SQL Ansi, PL/SQL, HQL) languages, and like to learn new languages every so often (currently, I am learning Haskell and Scala, in order to get to know the functional programming paradigm). I have conversational and written skills in english, and have been studying the language for the past 25 years. I am SCJP (1.4), SCJD (1.5), SCBCD (1.3) and SCWCD (1.4) certified. I also worked with Delphi, from 1996 until 2004, when I switched to Java. Having being able to experience multiple programming paradigms (procedural, object oriented and functional) is one of the main things that gives me inspiration to analyse a problem under different aspects and come up with different sets of answers, which is why I love software development.

    $25.00 /hr
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