Top Senior Compiler Developers - Dec 2017
Started programming at age 12 in 1988 on a Commodore VIC-20. Worked in multiple industries developing various types of software. Decades of experience.
Patient teaching ... (Program/System)Design help ... Implementation help.
Full stack development, python/tornado/postgres/html/css/JS, C++ veteran, rendering. I can help with any of the above, using or creating algorithms and data structures to solve interesting problems.
Compiler Techonology, Instruction Set Architecture , Assembly Language, General Programming, Introductory Programming, and much more!
My working style: I focus exclusively on 1:1 live mentoring, 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.) (Occasionally, mentoring on a new project requires an initial hour (+/-) of investment offline similar to freelancing. In those cases, my offline hourly rate is $68/hr. My goal here is to get some initial code developed so that you can take it over and I can mentor. To be clear, I won't help with course work this way, though, that's strictly mentoring.) 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. I can help you write a parser from scratch, but do not have expertise in specific parser generators (e.g. yacc/bison/javacc). --- About me: I'm an independent programmer whose background is in compiler development. As such I can help with many aspects of compiler construction, and, I am also accomplished at assembly language for many processors. 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! 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!
Software Engineer | Lifelong learner
I'm a software engineer with experience in writing native iOS and Android apps using Swift and Java respectively as well as cross-platform mobile apps with frameworks like Xamarin using C#. I also have experience building backends (REST APIs) using Java/Scala and Play framework.
Specializes in Angular and Ionic
I have created over 60 iOS apps, some of them also awarded in UK and Greece. I usually work with JSON APIs and also very challenging UIs that need a lot of custom controls. Have implemeted apps using frameworks for bluetooth, contacts, camera, video edit/encoding, image edit, CoreData, push notifications, location service, messaging, share to social media, stream of audio and others. I also have and support lots of open source GitHub and CocoaPods projects. I am a fun of C,C++ and arduino, too.
Full stack developer with experience in various technologies
Hi, I am experienced in .NET, Ruby on Rails, AngularJS, ReactJS, HTML5/CSS3, Git, Elixir. I have worked on Haskell and F# a little bit. I have mentored students at http://knowledgesharingcampaign.org/ and took them from knowing zero about programming to becoming decent full stack developers.
I am a software engineer with experience in some different areas like web development, image processing or VoIP applications. I have worked with a bunch of programming languages, libraries, frameworks... but what I consider more valuable is that I really like learning. I enjoy striving towards correctness, principled design, and robustness. This has led me to begin learning Haskell. Strong typing and functional programming has been significantly changing the way I think and, hence, my ability as a developer.
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