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  1. Panayotis Tsiamis

    Panayotis Tsiamis

    Senior Systems and Software Engineer

    Greece - Last active: 1 day ago - Tests: 7

    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
    248 hours
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  2. Rogerio R.

    Rogerio R.

    Hardware/Firmware/Software Engineer

    Portugal - Last active: 1 day ago

    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
    56 hours
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  3. Benjamin Gottemoller

    Benjamin Gottemoller

    (C/C++/Python/x86/Debugging/Embedded) Sr. Software Engineer

    United States - Last active: 12/06/2014 - Tests: 2

    I have been designing, developing, and debugging embedded firmware for automotive applications for over ten years. I am overall a software generalist with production applications on Windows systems, and several custom hardware platforms (PowerPC and ARM). I live and breath software engineering. My expertise spans a few topics: fault tolerant systems, interfacing with mechanical systems via sensors and actuators, debugging, optimization, software architecture (with simplicity and elegance in mind), and computer graphics. I have done professional UI design, and am able to script everyday tasks to automate away busy-work. You can see a past example of my Windows development at www.steadymouse.com.

    $100.00 /hr
    0 hours
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  4. 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
    0 hours
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  5. Marek Lipert

    Marek Lipert

    Senior iOS Engineer - Swift / Objective C Programmer

    Poland - Last active: 2 months ago - Tests: 5

    "Talk is cheap. Show me the code." - Linus Torvalds During 14 years of programming and 5 years spent creating apps for iOS many mantras accompanied my work. One happened to surpass all others: take care of your code as much as you take care of program’s functionality. Being a scientist, I had no difficulty solving complex problems - it was the code itself that was difficult to harness. I learned that when one treats the code with care and love, it repays by being bug-free. I augment my skills with techniques borrowed from functional languages (e.g. lisp) to produce safer and less error-prone programs. I excel at fast development of bug free apps, totally focusing on the task at hand. I am communicative, open minded and creative. I have an experience with core iOS technologies, including (but not limited to): - UIKit for creating cool looks - Core Animation for animating it smoothly - Media manipulation - CoreAudio, CoreVideo, AVFoundation, CoreGraphics - Core Data and its integration with various cloud solutions - REST / SOAP integration - gps / custom maps / iBeacon - Bluetooth communication - OpenGLes - StoreKit - Push notifications I have also worked with some serious 3rd party libraries and services: - Social sites - Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr, Google+,LinkedIn - Cocos2d, Box2D for game programming - UDK (Unreal Development Kit) for 3D games - Credit card reader device libraries for credit card payment support - e-Commerce payment system - Paypal, Authorize.net, Stripe, Saleforce, card.io - Bugsnag and Crashlytics bug reporting systems - Parse for quick construction of simple backends. I have experience working with JIRA, Pivotal Tracker and Trello. I use git as a version control system. I possess all sizes of apple devices for testing (including iPhone 4, 4S, 5, 5S, 6, 6Plus, iPad, iPad mini ). I take good care of application looks on all required screen sizes and device orientations. I am looking forward to lead the development of interesting and challenging projects.

    $45.00 /hr
    0 hours
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  6. 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
    0 hours
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  7. 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
    0 hours
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  8. Adam M

    Adam M

    PHP/Ruby on Rails Programmer

    United States - Last active: 06/06/2014 - Tests: 1

    Web Application Developer in a wide variety of business applications. Particularly interested in development in PHP, MySQL, Apache/Nginx environment, MVC (Larave, Zend Framework, and CodeIgniter). Others include integrating 3rd party APIs, ecommerce, custom content management systems (CMS), improving internal processes with technology. Experience in all aspects of software design and development including client communication, architecture, implementation and maintenance. Proven ability in leading projects and working with groups as well as on an individual basis. Excellent brainstorming, debugging, and pragmatic problem solving skills. Specialties: HTML, CSS, PHP, MySQL, Linux Web Servers, MVC, Backbone.js, Laravel, Zend Framework, CodeIgniter, WordPress, Git, SVN, Adobe Photoshop, jQuery, Javascript, Project Architecture, Ajax, Object Oriented Programming, and Project Management Experience with Node.js, Facebook Applications, Python

    $66.67 /hr
    0 hours
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  9. Andrey Nagaev

    Andrey Nagaev

    Expert reverse engineer and C/C++, Java developer

    Russia - Last active: 12/09/2014 - Tests: 1

    I have more than 13 years experience in developing software application and hard skills in C/C++, Java, x86 and ARM assembler. My core competency lies in software reverse engineering, secure and portable programming, and research projects under different software platforms. I also have experience in the following areas: SQL, web development, software testing and ZX Spectrum (it was my first and best computer).

    $33.00 /hr
    0 hours
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