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  1. Razvan Muscalu

    Razvan Muscalu

    Information Technology and Security Expert

    Romania - Last active: 4 months ago - Tests: 8

    I enjoy investigating a multitude of subjects, for example when I was 14 I started to learn PHP, three weeks after I was programming an internal chat system for a casino in Holland. Afterwards, small web-related projects followed; when I was 16-17 I was hired as a company administrator in the fields of IT Security, Computers and Network administration/installation, CCTV surveillance, PBX administration and Access Control. At 18, I've started to research the field of reverse software engineering and subsequently developed web-crawlers/spiders as well as playing around with various programming languages. Soon after, I have found interest in the field of Ethical Hacking and developed applications regarding protocols such as POP3, SMTP, FTP and I have also conducted research on how the aforementioned protocols can be correlated in order to subdue RDP-enabled servers. To cut the story short, I have a diverse interest which spans a multitude of IT related fields.

    $13.00 /hr
    0 hours
    5.00
  2. Shahid Raza

    Expert in Java, J2EE, Swing and GWT with 8 years of experience

    India - Last active: 08/18/2014 - Tests: 7 - Portfolio: 2

    In last 8 years, I have extensively worked on Java/J2EE technologies on varied domain from aviation to banking in top IT companies including IBM and Siemens. My objective here is to provide global standard work in cost effective price with some humble earning.

    $16.67 /hr
    33 hours
    4.80
  3. Daniel B.

    Daniel B.

    Full Stack Startup CTO: Coder | DevOps | QA | Cloud

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

    B"H I'm a software developer turned entrepreneur with an irrational desire to solve life's big problems using technology. I've been fascinated by programming and computers since age 14, and have a rich experience of over 15 years with a diverse set of software technologies. As CEO/CTO of a tech startup, I am the kind of generalist that is a jack of all trades and a master of all. On any given day of my week I need to be an excellent developer, tester, copy writer, marketing strategist, media expert, business and financial wizard, all while keeping the big picture and "vision" of the company in mind. Let me apply myself to your problem. Bring me onboard your team, and I will get the job done with spectacular results. I stand behind the quality of my work, the efficiency at which it is delivered, and the easy to maintain nature of my deliverables. SPECIALTIES Linux system administration (Ubuntu, Apache, MySQL, ElasticSearch, Sphinxsearch, RabbitMQ, ...) Clustered environments (CoreOS, Fleet, etcd) Containerization (Docker) Docker workflow design (containerizing environments for dev, staging & production for apps built in any language: PHP, Node, Ruby, Python, Haskell, ...) Cloud environments (AWS) Cloud migration (SoftLayer -> AWS, ...) Shell scripting (advanced Bash) Software development (PHP, C++, JavaScript, CSS3, HTML5) Configuration management (Puppet) Quality assurance (Selenium, PHPUnit) Continuous integration (Jenkins, Strider) Continuous deployment Monitoring and metrics (New Relic, Logstash, Kibana, Grafana, Graphite, Nagios, Seyren) User interface and user experience design (UI/UX) Product functional design and functional flow mapping Technical strategy Technical team building and leadership WORK ETHIC Development: Make it work, make it correct, then make it fast. Move quickly and break things, because better to get it into the user's hands than keep it in the engineer's head. Design: Less is more – remove decision points until it works like magic. Delight users at all costs with insane attention to detail. Quality management: Instrument all the things, since it's harder to improve what isn't being measured. If it's not being tested, it's already broken. Productivity: If it has to be done more than once, automate it; in a startup, don't automate for as long as you can. Refactoring should be opportunistic and shouldn't need management approval, because the broken windows syndrome in a codebase can bring a project to its knees. Technical strategy: Embrace valuable new things even if they're still half-cooked; the developers will usually work hard to smooth any bumps with surprising speed. Never throw out something that works just because something new came out; technology evangelism is an expensive sport. Management: Mentorship is key to developing the culture and organizational processes that will keep employees happy and increase their value to the company. Communicate the rules clearly, set the goalposts, then get out of the way and let the team shine. Exude passion or stay home. Leadership: Listen to and learn from everyone. When making decisions there is never enough information, and once there is it is usually too late. Grand plans tend to become obsolete before they are implemented, and old habits die hard; changes are most successful when they are small. KEYWORDS I've picked up many other skills over the years, so for easy reference and searchability on oDesk here is the keyword soup (in no particular order): ajax, json, api, html, css, smarty, zend framework, virtualbox, virtual machines, amazon cloud, dns, ftp, nagios, c++, eclipse, xdebug, software profiling, software optimization, software architecture, refactoring, software patterns, agile, test driven development, lean startup, minimal viable product (MVP), REST and RESTful design, software defined datacentre, continuous deployment, push to build, immutable infrastructure, redmine, project management, static code analysis, debugging, quality assurance, QA, testing, software verification, version control, subversion, power excel formulas, windows, macos, mac os x

    $155.56 /hr
    400 hours
    0.00
  4. Anna P.

    Anna P.

    Qa

    Russia - Last active: 03/26/2014 - Tests: 1

    Hello to all. I work as Qa more than five years.I carry out manual(ad hock testing, functional testing, component testing, integration testing, system testing, regression testing, usability testing, installation testing, etc.) and automated testing(сreation scripts for automation of testing,сonducting stress and load testing). I have experience of work in the distributed teams. Also I have experience in the development and implementation of the testing process and experience of managing a QA team over a year.

    $15.00 /hr
    59 hours
    0.00
  5. Emiliano Zilocchi

    Emiliano Zilocchi

    Software Engineer

    Argentina - Last active: 12/31/2014 - Tests: 2

    Proactive Software Consultant always looking for new challenges and learning new cool technologies. Wide experience working on eCommerce sites (Front-End and Back-End) applying opensource technologies successfully. Good communication skill working as a consultant onshore, offshore and remotely. Strong Object Oriented analysis and design skills, applying well-known design patterns, refactoring techniques and TDD/BDD. Advocate of AGILE through Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery, TDD, BDD, Pair Programming. Programming: Java, Groovy, Ruby, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, Shell Script, Platforms: Spring, Spring MVC, Rails, JSF, RichFaces, Grails, EJB3, Backbone.js, jQuery Testing: Junit, Mockito, Hamcrest, Selenium, Jbehave, Rspec, Cucumber, Jasmine, JSTestDrive Code Cuality: FindBug, PMD, CheckStyle, Coverage, Rcov Data Bases: Oracle, DB2, MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Redis My Tech Blog: moredevideas.com

    $33.33 /hr
    2,149 hours
    0.00
  6. Andriy Lantukh

    Andriy Lantukh

    Automation QA engeneer

    Ukraine - Last active: 10 days ago - Tests: 3

    Dedicated, proactive and well-organized automation quality engineer with well rounded, hands-on experience in Selenium, Java, SQL, . Strong background in every area of quality control and quality improvement profession, including: Creating automated tests, and framework for testing using Selenium, Java, TestNG

    $8.89 /hr
    0 hours
    0.00
  7. Giuseppe DiBella

    Web/Application Developer QA Engineer

    United States - Last active: 4 months ago - Portfolio: 1

    Aspiring, energetic web developer with an interest in designing and building interactive web sites and applications. Experience in Github, Html, and CSS based projects. I like being involved with agile software development companies and contributing to the software development lifecycle where ever possible. My most recent work as been in the QA department.

    $13.33 /hr
    91 hours
    0.00
  8. Abhinaya Guthati

    Quality Assurance Engineer

    United States - Last active: 1 day ago

    Obtain the position of a quality assurance engineer in an organization that provides a challenging and educative work environment where I can learn, apply my knowledge and leverage my skills for organizational and personal growth.

    $22.22 /hr
    6,927 hours
    0.00