Top Senior AWS Developers - Dec 2017
Founder of a Ruby on Rails consultancy, 18 years of full-stack development in multiple languages
Howdy! If you work with me, you'll find that I'm patient, a good listener, and am great at tracking down annoying bugs. I used to ran one of the largest Ruby on Rails shops in the world. I started as a Rails Engineer, shot up the ranks, and eventually ran the company as Partner and de-facto CEO. Before and after, I've worked as a freelance full-stack developer in a wide variety of languages. I started programming in 1997 and have been loving it ever since.
Full-stack Freelance Developer
I'm a full-stack web developer who's been working in the industry for over 10 years. I'm a true polyglot developer, having lead/architectural experience with a wide variety of tech stacks, from Python/Django, Ruby on Rails, Node (express.js/koa) on the backend, to Angular.js, React and Ember.js on the frontend. I spent 7 years in the animation industry as a Web Software Architect, building internal applications to help studios manage their production pipelines. Since leaving that industry, I've been consulting mostly with start-ups to help turn their MVP into a solid foundation and scale their tech to a fully fleshed out product. I also spent 6 months as an Instructor at a code school called Bitmaker and absolutely loved the experience. I love sharing my experience with others. Feel free to reach out and I'd be happy to help you.
Doer, Technologist, Aviator
Hi, I'm Nick. I've been programming since I was 12. I started with Borland C++ and asked for Visual C++ for my birthday not too long after. I get excited by just about any technical challenge. From implementing 2D SLAM for a hacked Roomba to building scalable web apps, it's safe to say that most things technical hold my interest!
I am a full stack software engineer and entrepreneur with between 1 and 10 years professional experience working with the technologies listed. Current focus lies in the development of IoT and cross-platform (web,dektop,mobile,IoT) solutions. My areas of expertise are the general syntax and usage of languages. Effective, correct and appropriate use of software design patterns. Defining algorithms. Handling (possibly large) amounts of data effectively and presenting results to the end-user in a clear and timely manner. Designing and managing the infrastructure to drive these results. Working with stakeholders to design, budget, and plan software development projects and their architecture, turning business objectives into measurable goals. Planning for and scaling with growth. Troubleshooting and resolving technical crisises and finding and remediating their root causes. Defining and leading (agile) development processes and monitoring their performance. Measuring, predicting, providing insights into and managing risk factors in software development projects. Experimental projects and research into, analysis of and reporting on new technologies/software development techniques.
Hey all - I've been developing web applications for 12 years and love teaching, whether it is your first time, you're looking to pick up a new skill, or keep up on the latest technologies. I'm happy to advise also on the best courses to take, how to establish your career, what technologies to learn next, and how to get your first application or company started.
I love working with amazon web service's cloud-based infrastructure and engineering distributed systems. I go by the philosophy of automate early and automate often. I am a full stack developer and I build systems that take advantage of TDD, BDD, and continuous integration. Node.js is my go-to language when I am writing API's and web services. Python is my language of choice when I need to build something that is more computationally expensive or easier to express in a synchronous way. I use tools like Ansible for configuration management and deployment. This offers a more flexible solution for software like chef, puppet, or salt stack because the remote machine only needs to have ssh and python, no remote daemon and because Ansible uses ssh you get battle-tested security. Finally, I also have experience with NoSQL systems like MongoDB, Elasticsearch, and RethinkDB.
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