realazthat, Asyncio freelance developerView Profile
Freelance Asyncio developer in Pittsburgh, United States

Patient teaching ... (Program/System)Design help ... Implementation help.

Experience combining asyncio with the tornado web server. Using asyncio/tornado to vertically scale. Asyncio is the future (in python).
Christian Barra, Asyncio software engineerView Profile
Christian Barra5.0
Freelance Asyncio developer in Wrocław, Poland

(freelance developer ∪ consultant ∪ trainer) ∩ Python

I spend my days coding, learning news stuff and try to get things done, sometimes I fail but is a part of the process. I like to share my knowledge and passion for the things that I love to do, so whether you want to be a programmer or a better programmer I am here to help. I believe there is nothing more important than persistence to achieve your goals, if you have it your are halfway there.
Luca Sbardella, senior Asyncio developerView Profile
Luca Sbardella
Freelance Asyncio developer in Dulwich, United Kingdom

Fullstack python and Javascript tech lead

Full-stack development with javascript - data analysis and backend with python
Mayowa Falade, top Asyncio developerView Profile
Mayowa Falade4.5
Freelance Asyncio developer in Lagos, Nigeria

Python and Javascript Expert

Python and Javascript Expert
James Richardson, Asyncio dev and freelancerView Profile
James Richardson
Freelance Asyncio developer in Surbiton, United Kingdom

Experienced full-stack software developer with extensive design & refactoring capability

James has designed and developed software for many application domains, ranging from time-critical financial applications, to memory- and performance-critical embedded systems. He has over 20 years of professional software development experience, in languages such as Java, Python, Scala, Kotlin, Perl and Javascript. James likes to build reliable software, so he makes extensive use of appropriate testing tools like JUnit, Selenium, py.test & mocha to ensure that the software works and keeps working. He's a big fan of automation and in an ideal world, promotes the use of "deploy on green" technologies - reducing the lead time from idea to production code as much as possible.
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Nick Badger
Freelance Asyncio developer in San Francisco, United States

Multidisciplinary engineer and entrepreneur with a reliable history of product improvement and hands-on experience in small and large teams. Former EMT, machinist...

I like to be impactful, and stagnation is my probably the one thing that frustrates me most. I make a conscious and concentrated effort to understand the bigger picture well enough to know which little pictures need better resolution -- and then to fill in those missing pixels as efficiently as possible. In previous (and perhaps future) lives I've been a mechanical engineer, a machinist, and an EMT; I've directed musical theatre, I've been certified as a firefighter, and I've moved across the country on a motorcycle. I love learning, and am a meticulous communicator; I apply myself to whatever field I find myself in, and usually enjoy them all!

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