Top Senior Aws sdk Developers - Dec 2017
Full stack Ruby on Rails Developer and AWS Cloud Architect
Top Ruby on Rails Mentor of January - December, 2017 (12 months in a row!) at Codementor | Experienced (8+ years) and friendly Ruby on Rails Developer/Mentor (with passion for helping others learn) | 950+ Sessions
I believe in Quality, User experience & performance!
I've been working for prestigious companies as a developer for 4+ years. Worked in domain of database, algorithms & data structure.
Programmer since 2006. Lead technology for startups and enterprises.
I love building apps and working on cutting edge technologies, ensuring that they're ready for market in short development time. I also like to ensure the applications to be heavily iterated and improved based on user feedback and performance metrics.
Founder of Unicorn.TV
I'm a classic hacker, and not in the "I dabble in tech stuff" way. I've been programming in low level languages for since 2000. My passion lies in teaching others. In the hacker world, there are often Master:Apprentice relationships, but this is a more rare concept in traditional CS/engineering; which is unfortunate. When it comes to work and life, I am very passion driven. I don't take on just any project, but when I do it is with a great amount of energy, loyalty and dedication to quality. My core beliefs can be summed up quite easily: First, do not harm. I am a firm believer that business and teams should operate with a mindset of never harming the brand, reputation, customer or peers. Operate transparently. For me this means that in both personal and professional life it is best to openly share challenges, conflict, doubts or opinions. Present solutions, not problems. Problems always exist, but focusing or exaggerating those problems only creates more tension and stress. Communicate clearly. Cut to the chase and make clear points. Talking about facts and logic does not always require a lot of thought, emotion or backstory.
Motivated software engineer. Switched lots of technologies in past 3 years. Always came back to programming. Love it.
Long time ago used C++. Some time ago tackled with Scala. Recently worked in Go. Currently creating in Java. Jumping up and down between different technologies without a problem.
Specialist in saving production servers from certain doom. Linux, NodeJS & AWS are in his daily cup of tea. Lifetime coder and networking ninja, graceful under fire and capable of working in multiple languages.
I put out cyber fires over donuts and camp fires. Polyphasic sleeper serving all timezones! Provider of live-help in real-time via video conference for technologies I have mastered and problems no one else can solve. Writer of re-brandable content management systems (every app has content, does it not?), re-usable apps & APIs, member of Mensa & Intertel, slayer of salmon. Human languages for fun, programming languages for breakfast. I left Detroit in the Dot-Com era to live deep in the north woods, I wear camo every day and kill my own food when I have to. I solve my own problems with grace and efficiency. I'll be happy to solve yours! My three most valuable skills: * Problem solving * Anticipation (of variables and user expectations) * Machine logic These skills, when applied to any challenge, design or technology stack, produce efficient and reliable results. What I enjoy most about Code Mentor: Utilizing my unique skill set to solve a diverse set of challenging critical issues for people in a bind. My most satisfying sessions solve very difficult and unique situations for those who have already exhausted their available human resources. I also really enjoy students who gain enlightenment from the deep insights that I can provide during our sessions. FAQ * No, I am not a robot. But my bots might be one day. * Yes, we have roads & electricity here, you should visit. :) * No, I will not travel anywhere , unless you provide a space ship or parachute. ** POLICIES ** * If you are dissatisfied with my service in any way, I will refund you in full * I do not generally charge for the "show & tell" phase of our session or random digressions * If your request rate is higher than my standard rate, our session rate will match your request rate * I try to make a record of all changes and be able to revert them quickly, but it is your responsibility to archive responsibly * CodeMentor has changed my life in very positive ways and I strictly adhere to their billing policy. All offline work must be paid for through CM at standard or agreed upon rates. * Time management is *not* my specialty. If you need your thing done, it's best to do it live in real-time. ;) ** SUPPORT TIERS ** Level 0: $30/15 - My weak areas / Voodoo+ / Students / First 100 Clients - Easy JS stuff Level I: $50/15 - Standard rate Level II: $65/15 - High pressure environments / General Wizardry + - Advanced AWS (recovery, security, etc) - Docker / Elastic Beanstalk / Lambda - Forensics - Distaster recovery - POS - High-level security - React - Pre-scheduled hours outside 12:00 - 21:00 EST - Advanced design (animation, meteor, 3D, crazy toolkit requirements, WP) Level III: $80/15 - Extreme pressure / Heavy Wizardry / Deep Magic + - Emergency response for mission-critical systems - Dedicated support through to resolution - Level II + Pre-scheduled hours outside 12:00 - 21:00 EST - Jump to top of queue! + http://www.catb.org/jargon/html/go01.html Moments: * 20160707 - My first session! * 20160817 - My 100th session! Michael L. receives his next session free! * 20160824 - Michael L. claimed his free one hour session! * 20161125 - My 200th session! Avi receives his next session free! * 20161215 - Avi claimed his free hour!
Full Stack Web & Mobile Software Programmer, Consultant
Founder of https://asoft.co – Chatbots, Shopify Apps and World-class Web Projects
Hey! I’m an experienced Ruby on Rails developer and a founder of ASoft LLC. I give speeches, contribute to open source and write blog posts. I completed my Bachelor of Computer Science degree during my study with exceptional software programmers. I developed my first Rails application more than 4 years ago. Since that time I learned a lot and I continue learning something new every day. I like to share my experience. In 2013 I taught a Ruby on Rails course in the university to about 70 students. Codementor is a great way to help people and learn something new as well. Recently I gave 2 speeches about remote pair programming https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1sklY800ous & https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vq_q1ml39RQ. Full CV can be found on ➡ http://asoft.co/people/sergey-alekseev. I'm particularly interested in chatbots development these days. Learn more on ➡ http://createchatbot.com/.
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