Vasiliy M.
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Vasiliy M.

Ember.js / TDD / JavaScript / SCSS / HTML5 / Backbone

$55.56/hr

Kiev, Ukraine


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I'm a professional addict to building beautiful web apps & ... morebrowser plugins. I use fancy modern open-source technology, boosted by the power of innovative third-party services to create pixel-precise Apps with dynamic, feature-rich UI, predictable smooth UX, with virtually any imaginable user interactions feeling responsive and very «native». Built with quality-first approach, no compromises, componentized from tooltips and icons to drop-downs, select's, infinite image grids, charts, modals, dialog flows (wizards, on-boarding, guided tours), or even entire pages, or apps (of apps?) — all scalable and vector, highly future-proof, reusable and maintainable. Today my focus is set on Ember.js, front-end and browsers in general, and my essential tool-kit primarily includes: ♥ Ember.js → fanatic addiction to crisp and clean, ninja-precision, ideologically proper, → declarative code, carefully component-ed into proper building blocks, → shareable, reusable, atomic, maintainable, stable and fancy ♥ D3.js → combined with ember super-powers, d3 can yield truly amazing results, → but your code stays reusable and becomes shareable for no extra effort ♥ EcmaScript6 (ES6) → strict code style, with latest best practices applied project-wide and → secured by a simple and customizable set of tests and validators ♥ Many other tools → CSS3, SCSS, HTML5, QUnit, Mocha, Node.js, Express.js, → NVM, NPM, Bower, Broccoli, Grunt, Gulp, Phantom.js, → Vagrant, Chef, Puppet, etc. My path on the way to finally catching the «ember virus» started 10+ years ago and looked approximately like this: - at first: qBasic > VB for App..s > VB# > C# > ASP.net & MSSQL - and then: PHP & MySql & JavaScript (using since ES3) - and also: Java, deep, as in open-source rewrite of the lineage2 game server: → buffers, thread managers, NIO, sockets, crypto, binary math, security; → async 2-way binary/packet comm protocols: zip'd, crypto'd, crc'd, efficient; → distributed mix of masters, hot data cached's, regional servers, clients; → model object with hundreds of members & diverse interactions; → all their data auto-in-sync with a push-notification-like system; → most fun soon repeated with C# and multi-character game trade-bot; - and also: jQuery, ActionScript & Flash, Ext.js, MooTools, Prototype.js - and some: C++, Delphi & WinApi, bits of ASM & .NET MSIL, occasionally - and even: Forth, after it turned out perfect for scripting complex game quests - and then: Node.js & Express, some Ruby and Rails, some Postgres and NoSQL - and then: Backbone.js, Require.js, Grunt, SCSS, Bootstrap, Foundation, CoffeeScript - and finally: Ember.js and ES6 Developing, I squeeze full power out of integrations with many essential modern services: Github, Sentry, CircleCI, Slack, Facebook, Twitter, VK, Maps, Notifications, all sorts of Mixpanel, Google Analytics, Intercom. Service without public api? Can scrape, crawl, proxy and simulate :) I am well experienced with true, full-time «remote», can work on the go, very mobile, have experience with rapidly growing multi-timezone teams and start-ups. Blindly in love with . I never stop learning, spend a lot of time hiking, horse hiking, mountain climbing, hunting and offroad driving. Thanks for reading this far! less

Overview

I'm a professional addict to building beautiful web apps & browser plugins. I use fancy modern open-source technology, boosted by the power of innovative third-party services to create pixel-precise Apps with dynamic, feature-rich UI, predictable smooth UX, with virtually any imaginable user interactions feeling responsive and very «native». Built with quality-first approach, no compromises, componentized from tooltips and icons to drop-downs, select's, infinite image grids, charts, modals, dialog flows (wizards, on-boarding, guided tours), or even entire pages, or apps (of apps?) — all scalable and vector, highly future-proof, reusable and maintainable. Today my focus is set on Ember.js, front-end and ... morebrowsers in general, and my essential tool-kit primarily includes: ♥ Ember.js → fanatic addiction to crisp and clean, ninja-precision, ideologically proper, → declarative code, carefully component-ed into proper building blocks, → shareable, reusable, atomic, maintainable, stable and fancy ♥ D3.js → combined with ember super-powers, d3 can yield truly amazing results, → but your code stays reusable and becomes shareable for no extra effort ♥ EcmaScript6 (ES6) → strict code style, with latest best practices applied project-wide and → secured by a simple and customizable set of tests and validators ♥ Many other tools → CSS3, SCSS, HTML5, QUnit, Mocha, Node.js, Express.js, → NVM, NPM, Bower, Broccoli, Grunt, Gulp, Phantom.js, → Vagrant, Chef, Puppet, etc. My path on the way to finally catching the «ember virus» started 10+ years ago and looked approximately like this: - at first: qBasic > VB for App..s > VB# > C# > ASP.net & MSSQL - and then: PHP & MySql & JavaScript (using since ES3) - and also: Java, deep, as in open-source rewrite of the lineage2 game server: → buffers, thread managers, NIO, sockets, crypto, binary math, security; → async 2-way binary/packet comm protocols: zip'd, crypto'd, crc'd, efficient; → distributed mix of masters, hot data cached's, regional servers, clients; → model object with hundreds of members & diverse interactions; → all their data auto-in-sync with a push-notification-like system; → most fun soon repeated with C# and multi-character game trade-bot; - and also: jQuery, ActionScript & Flash, Ext.js, MooTools, Prototype.js - and some: C++, Delphi & WinApi, bits of ASM & .NET MSIL, occasionally - and even: Forth, after it turned out perfect for scripting complex game quests - and then: Node.js & Express, some Ruby and Rails, some Postgres and NoSQL - and then: Backbone.js, Require.js, Grunt, SCSS, Bootstrap, Foundation, CoffeeScript - and finally: Ember.js and ES6 Developing, I squeeze full power out of integrations with many essential modern services: Github, Sentry, CircleCI, Slack, Facebook, Twitter, VK, Maps, Notifications, all sorts of Mixpanel, Google Analytics, Intercom. Service without public api? Can scrape, crawl, proxy and simulate :) I am well experienced with true, full-time «remote», can work on the go, very mobile, have experience with rapidly growing multi-timezone teams and start-ups. Blindly in love with . I never stop learning, spend a lot of time hiking, horse hiking, mountain climbing, hunting and offroad driving. Thanks for reading this far! less

Vasiliy M.
Drop Here

Vasiliy M.

$55.56 /hr

Ember.js / TDD / JavaScript / SCSS / HTML5 / Backbone

Kiev, Ukraine

Overview

I'm a professional addict to building beautiful web apps & browser plugins. I use fancy modern open-source technology, boosted by the power of innovative third-party services to create pixel-precise Apps with dynamic, feature-rich UI, predictable smooth UX, with virtually any imaginable user interactions feeling responsive and very «native». Built with quality-first approach, no compromises, componentized from tooltips and icons to drop-downs, select's, infinite image grids, charts, modals, dialog flows (wizards, on-boarding, guided tours), or even entire pages, or apps (of ... moreapps?) — all scalable and vector, highly future-proof, reusable and maintainable. Today my focus is set on Ember.js, front-end and browsers in general, and my essential tool-kit primarily includes: ♥ Ember.js → fanatic addiction to crisp and clean, ninja-precision, ideologically proper, → declarative code, carefully component-ed into proper building blocks, → shareable, reusable, atomic, maintainable, stable and fancy ♥ D3.js → combined with ember super-powers, d3 can yield truly amazing results, → but your code stays reusable and becomes shareable for no extra effort ♥ EcmaScript6 (ES6) → strict code style, with latest best practices applied project-wide and → secured by a simple and customizable set of tests and validators ♥ Many other tools → CSS3, SCSS, HTML5, QUnit, Mocha, Node.js, Express.js, → NVM, NPM, Bower, Broccoli, Grunt, Gulp, Phantom.js, → Vagrant, Chef, Puppet, etc. My path on the way to finally catching the «ember virus» started 10+ years ago and looked approximately like this: - at first: qBasic > VB for App..s > VB# > C# > ASP.net & MSSQL - and then: PHP & MySql & JavaScript (using since ES3) - and also: Java, deep, as in open-source rewrite of the lineage2 game server: → buffers, thread managers, NIO, sockets, crypto, binary math, security; → async 2-way binary/packet comm protocols: zip'd, crypto'd, crc'd, efficient; → distributed mix of masters, hot data cached's, regional servers, clients; → model object with hundreds of members & diverse interactions; → all their data auto-in-sync with a push-notification-like system; → most fun soon repeated with C# and multi-character game trade-bot; - and also: jQuery, ActionScript & Flash, Ext.js, MooTools, Prototype.js - and some: C++, Delphi & WinApi, bits of ASM & .NET MSIL, occasionally - and even: Forth, after it turned out perfect for scripting complex game quests - and then: Node.js & Express, some Ruby and Rails, some Postgres and NoSQL - and then: Backbone.js, Require.js, Grunt, SCSS, Bootstrap, Foundation, CoffeeScript - and finally: Ember.js and ES6 Developing, I squeeze full power out of integrations with many essential modern services: Github, Sentry, CircleCI, Slack, Facebook, Twitter, VK, Maps, Notifications, all sorts of Mixpanel, Google Analytics, Intercom. Service without public api? Can scrape, crawl, proxy and simulate :) I am well experienced with true, full-time «remote», can work on the go, very mobile, have experience with rapidly growing multi-timezone teams and start-ups. Blindly in love with . I never stop learning, spend a lot of time hiking, horse hiking, mountain climbing, hunting and offroad driving. Thanks for reading this far! less

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Work History and Feedback

  • HTML, CSS, Javascript developer

    May 2011 - Nov 2012
    4.85
    We approached Vasiliy to work on a very ambitious project -- a prototype of a group gift-giving site. He was able to single-handedly build the website both on the back and front end, to our specifications, and exceeded our expectations. As a result, we were able to show potential investors an impressive website, together with a gorgeous video presentation that Vasiliy put together! Definitely recommend this developer if you can get a hold of him for your project.

    67 hours

    $27.78 / hr
    $1,861.26 earned

  • Program a really cool Facebook app

    Sep 2011 - Jan 2012
    2.35
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    32 hours

    $27.78 / hr
    $884.51 earned

  • Long-term Developer Needed

    Dec 2010 - May 2011
    5.00
    Thank you for all the hard work! Great job all around!

    9 hours

    $33.33 / hr
    $305.64 earned

  • Javascript developer- fixed price

    Apr 2011
    5.00
    Pleasure to work with.
    Fixed Price

  • jQuery Expert To Work On Front End

    May 2010 - Oct 2010
    5.00
    Vasiliy is an extremely effective developer, and a valuable team member. Over the past several months, he formed half of a two-man team to create blurts.com, and as a result enabled the startup to raise its next round of funding, as well as make partnerships with several major brands. The website leverages a wide range of advanced web technologies, including voice recording and playback via streaming flash media, cross-domain communication with javascript, and much more. Vasiliy was able to master all of these and recommend good solutions while working with the team to implement them. I would recommend him to anyone. Of course, you can't have him as I am about to hire him for a longer term contract ;-)

    377 hours

    $22.22 / hr
    $8,843.60 earned

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Tests

NameScore (out of 5)Time to Complete
CSS 2.0 Test4.60Top 10%39 mins
JavaScript 1.3 Test4.50Top 10%28 mins
Advanced PHP Test4.60Top 10%35 mins
Knowledge of jQuery 1.3.2 Skills Test4.60Top 10%34 mins
JavaScript 1.8 Test4.75Top 10%36 mins
PHP5 Test4.25Top 20%43 mins
HTML 4.01 Test3.90Top 20%36 mins
English Vocabulary Test (U.S. Version)4.75Top 10%33 mins
U.S. English Basic Skills Test4.10Top 20%36 mins
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