Top Senior Chrome extension Developers - Nov 2017
Note: I am often in "away" mode when I am working. I work for myself though, so if you're reading this and would like a session with me, disregard my "away" status and shoot me a message anyway. I'll do my best to accommodate you. I also let my regulars add me on Skype, in order to message me more easily. We'll then tend to jump into Codementor for a session. "TEACH A PERSON TO FISH AND YOU'LL FEED THEM FOR A LIFETIME" My strength is helping you learn to code, debug, structure your application, and in general, how to be a good developer. If you want to develop the skills to build anything you can dream up- to switch easily from one language to another, to implement existing algorithms and data structures, design your own algorithms and data structures, analyse any codebase, debug any problem- I can help you learn language fundamentals, debugging skills, architectural thinking, and the mindset you'll need to develop your desired skill set. If you're looking for someone to debug your code for you, or to "just tell you what to type", I can probably help to some degree, if I've recently used the particular combination of technologies and libraries you're having trouble with, and/or if the scope of the problem is small and focused. You'll probably get more value from me by having me help you learn to debug more effectively though, using the particular bug you're having trouble with. LEARN BY DOING If you have a starting point, whether it's just an idea, or a partially-developed app, I can walk you through building it out, restructuring it (and knowing how to identify where to do so), filling in knowledge gaps that you have, and so forth. It's easier to learn when you're building a real thing, so I aim to help you fast-track that learning process. BECOME HIGHLY EMPLOYABLE I often hear developers having trouble with having to compete with many other developers and wondering if the market is too crowded, and why they have so much trouble landing the roles they want. The truth is that really good developers don't ever have trouble getting work if they want it. If you want to be the kind of developer that can pick and choose which roles you want, ask for guidance. WHY ME? I am friendly, extremely patient, and pride myself on being able to explain things in a way that you will actually understand. Too many developers take basic concepts for granted, and end up just confusing people when trying to explain an idea. I think it's important to be aware of my audience and I try to tailor my approach to the individual in question. I do both visual design (UI/UX) and full-stack development, and have spent almost my entire career glued to a screen doing some kind of software development both on and off the job. Most of my experience is with web-based application development, though I have ventured into client app development, 3D engine design, game design and so forth as well. Currently I'm working on the biggest project of my career; a self-directed endeavour in which I'm trying to redefine and merge a number of fundamental paradigms in software development, dataflow and user experience by combining concepts for which the relevant expertise is not usually found under the same roof. Codementor helps keep me independent while I do this. I know that a long session can cost you more money than you'd like, so to ease your mind, my personal policy for mentoring is: 1. I'll only start the clock once I know that I can help you. 2. I won't drag things out if I can help it. Time is money. If I can help you quickly, I will. 3. If you're unsatisfied with my service, or I wasn't satisfied with the value I provided, I'll issue an immediate refund on the time logged. Bottom line is I'm not happy if you're not happy. If you don't think my assistance was worth a five star rating, I haven't done my job and you won't be charged. Note: I am Australian, and English is my first language; some people have indicated that the language barrier is an important consideration for them when choosing a mentor, which is why I'm mentioning it here.
Compiler Techonology, Instruction Set Architecture , Assembly Language, General Programming, Introductory Programming, and much more!
My working style: I prefer 1:1 live mentoring over offline help or freelancing, as my objective is to share the information, techniques, thought processes, and skills to get to the next level. I try to be available for mentoring here Mon-Thurs, usually between 8:30am and 4:00pm, California time. (Occasionally, I can be found online Fridays, weekends, or after hours.) About me: I'm an independent programmer whose background is in compiler development. I enjoy working with people. I was mentored by some great people when I was younger and have always enjoyed both side of knowledge sharing. There are no stupid questions from someone who is trying to learn! I am new to codementor(.io), but not to programming & mentoring. My preferences are toward mentoring for general purpose programming, especially in the areas of algorithms and data structures, programming principles, programming paradigms, compiler, or instruction set architecture: course work, hobby, or professional! However, I'm not specifically into frameworks, desktop GUI, or browser UI. Check out my profile on the Software Engineering Stack Exchange: https://softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/users/63202/erik-eidt This is a sister site to the better known StackOverflow, and it concentrates more on architecture, engineering, and best practises in software development. I enjoy applying my deep experiences in compiler and optimization to adjacent fields. I am experienced as an architect, team leader, director, manager, individual contributor, and am a highly skilled programmer. Specialties: • Domain Specific Languages, Metamodeling, Model Transformation, Model Query • Ontology, Logic Foundation, Inferencing, Logic Query • Domain Modeling, Modeling Tools, Model Visualization • Domain Design, Service Oriented Architecture • Computer Language Design, Parsing, Code Generation, Optimization, Runtimes I speak conversational but not technical German, having learned some as a child. My current interests currently run toward the architecture and development of new platform technologies for sharing & securing information that can unlock the potential of the Internet of Things to scale to dozens of widely varied devices per person. If we don't do something radically different, we'll have a siloed mobile app for every little device or sensor — practically a nonstarter. We need sensors and controllable devices to cooperate in helping us with our routine tasks and exceptional endeavors. We need an ecosystem that supports the development of intelligent planning and programming services, able to make use of device sensor data, private user data, public & private big data. This requires fundamentally changing the approach we have toward applications. We need data to enable code rather than code to silo data. I think it is not just reasonable, but even a good idea, to have more than one mentor, so if I'm working with you feel free to get second opinions and other points of view!
With development experience working with five different startups over the past three years, Alex is experienced in both prototyping ideas from scratch as well as driving progress in existing platforms. As a self-driven freelance developer, a large part of his time was also devoted to non-coding tasks including communicating with clients, providing ideas and guidance, and rapidly becoming familiar with a new project or problem-space. He is currently doing research applying data science to cybersecurity problems such as malware analysis.
Sr Web and Java Developer by profession, your friend by nature. 1000+ sessions completed so far.
Web and Java developer who loves to fix bugs. I believe in Karma and I believe in the quote "REAL PROGRAMMER'S EYE IS A DEBUGGER." **If I can't fix your issue, you'll get a refund. I do not start timer until you explain your issue (Or) if I am not sure about the issue** Ping me if you are looking for more details.
Groupon Intern, Microsoft Code.Fun.Do. Winner, Developer & Programmer with 7+ Years of Experience in C++/C & 4+ in Python & R
Coding and Mathematics Enthusiast Currently, I am final year student at Indian Institute of Technology, Varanasi. Won Microsoft's Hackathon Code.Fun.Do in Jan 2016. Created a Windows Phone App which is a navigation assistant app which helps identify the least air polluted route to one’s destination. I do Competitive programming. I have won many college contests.
Applied Research / Machine Learning
Hi I'm Yad. I build all day everyday! I currently do applied research and development in the field of machine learning. My background is in computer science, I introduce myself to new folks as a fullstack, half stack, any stack needed engineer. I've been a tech lead in a small sized team till recently to build over a dozen of production level products. I'm currently running a Research and Development team for machine learning. For me, the harder the challenges are, the more exciting they're to be tackled.
iOS/Android expert, full stack web developer (Rails/Django/Node/React/Ember)
Full stack web developer since high school. I've worked with many mainstream languages/frameworks such as Ruby on Rails, Django (Python), started working in Node the last few years, and have recently started to appreciate frontend development while falling in love with React and Ember. With a Bachelor of Science in computer science from the University of Michigan, I excel at finding solutions to any problem that gets thrown my way. I've been nicknamed "The Hammer" at my current gig due to my ability to quickly knock out any problem that gets throw my way. I can work with you to find a solution quickly or I can dive deep down into your code and spend as much time as you need. I started my own social networking startup and released an iOS app with a great UI. (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/buddyup-your-social-map/id867832619?mt=8). The app was built in native Objective-c and the backend was a combination of Parse and Djano.
Web Developer. Microsoft Excel & VBA specialist.
Industrial Engineer. Web Developer. Relevant financial background. Flavio is prepared to become an immediate contributor on tasks concerning the development and deployment of Ruby on Rails applications (both front and backend), querying databases, and managing work with git. Based on previous experience, further qualifications he can offer are mostly related to Finance, Analytics, and Process Automation.
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