Innocent Amadi, senior Capybara webkit developerHire Now
Innocent Amadi5.0
Freelance Capybara webkit developer in Lagos, Nigeria

Javascript, React (Flux, Redux, GraphQL, Apollo) and CSS expert

I've been programming for over 7 years. I've built quite a number of web applications and owe most of my expertise to mistakes. I still learn everyday and would definitely love to help anyone get better In my spare time I swim (or go underwater to think up more algorithms in quiet)
Andrew Fader, Capybara webkit freelance coderHire Now
Andrew Fader5.0
Freelance Capybara webkit developer in The Bronx, United States

VP Engineering, Publicis Media

Aspiring polymath, big picture generalist with extensive full-stack software development experience as well as a generous helping of soft skills, business acumen and the irreverent hacker spirit. Favorite language: Ruby. Prefers free-wheeling workplaces with ping pong and/or foosball tables. Focus on attention to detail and communication, promiscuous pair programming, non-dogmatic agile practice, radical simplicity, ad-hoc refactoring, continuous integration, democratic dev ops, lean structures, and self-aware honesty in the pursuit of constant self-improvement.
Valentine Zavadskiy, Capybara webkit consultant and programmerHire Now
Valentine Zavadskiy5.0
Freelance Capybara webkit developer in Minsk, Belarus

Web-developer with 7+ years of experience.

Start doing web-development at the age of 16. Since that launched a lot of projects, mostly using Ruby on Rails. CEO of consulting company with 15+ people.
Paul Tashman, Capybara webkit freelance coderHire Now
Paul Tashman5.0
Freelance Capybara webkit developer in Atlanta, United States

Ruby on Rails Mentor

With over 4 years of experience in Ruby on Rails development and tutoring, I have taught many non-developers to build complex web applications from scratch. If you're a novice at Rails, I'm the mentor for you!
Moncef Belyamani, Capybara webkit dev and freelancerHire Now
Moncef Belyamani
Freelance Capybara webkit developer in Annandale, United States

Web developer since 1998. Rails developer since 2011. Open source contributor. Code for America alumnus.

I'm passionate about solving problems, learning by doing, and giving back to the community. My tutorial for setting up a Ruby on Rails development environment on a Mac has been viewed over 640,000 times since it was published in early April 2012, and continues to help hundreds of new visitors every day. The process is now automated via my laptop script, which has 263 stars on GitHub. I'm currently at 18F in Washington, D.C., working on, a open source shared authentication platform aiming to improve access to government services. Prior to joining 18F, I was developing Ohana API, an open source project that makes it easy to publish and maintain an open directory of community resources using the Open Referral data standard. I started Ohana API with Anselm Bradford and Sophia P...

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