Top Senior Composer php Developers - Sep 2017

PHP and Javascript gives me breath

I am a full stack developer with Bachelors of Electrical Engineering from Ahmadu Bello University and have been developing softwares since I was in the University. I am experienced in PHP, Javascript (Front), NodeJS, HTML, CSS, Kafka, Kubernetes, GRPC etc, and lots of frameworks and Libraries. I am super fast when it comes to learning new technology and can pick up any programming language in no time. I have experience with lots of other programming language which I just do for fun (Ruby, C++, Java, C# etc). I enjoy the convenience that work as a remote developer brings and I enjoy my time with clients as it gives me the opportunity to make one person happy. I am easy to work with and have built lots of solutions for developers and non-developers

Passionate PHP Developer and musician!

Passionate web developer for over 10 years, I started my career building WordPress website for multiple clients. Now building SaaS application using primarily Laravel & VueJS. I am also active in the community, mentor (HTML 500, Ladies Learn Code or here).

Senior Web Developer

I do the whole stack! From backend to frontend I build solid applications that are tested and work years down the road.

CTO/Founder at Nimblechat

Currently working on Nimblechat, food delivery chatbot! https://www.nimblechat.com Sidepad, game controller: http://bit.ly/sidepad I geek out on distributed infrastructure for high-speed computing at scale and code optimization. Things I've done: Autoscaling streaming media relay systems to hundreds of thousands of listeners on AWS with EC2, Elasticache, RDS, Route53, VPC, IAM and ELB. Developed production applications using React with Redux and React Router. Fully tested and resilient with Mocha, Chai, Sinon, and hosted on S3, EC2. Set up continuous integration environments manually with EC2, Jenkins, and Github. Also, prepared continuous deployment environments using Jenkins, EC2, AWS CodeBuild, CodePipeline and CodeDeploy. Developed and deployed NodeJS backend systems on IBM Bluemix infrastructure. Built a connected dog collar using MBED, Arduino, Sparkfun, and AT&T technologies. Built a connected door lock with Arduino, NodeJS and AT&T APIs. Build a voice control system for Direct TV using Nuance NLU and AT&T technolgoy. Other Things I Build: Distributed Micro-service with NodeJS Auto-Scaling infrastructure on AWS Software based Bots Hardware based Products Bash Automation NGINX Routers Apache Web Servers Rapid Prototypes Chatbots / bots Automated Systems Languages I use: JavaScript, Java, C, C++, PHP

Web developer w/ 16+ years expertise, providing structured solutions, focused on startups. DevOPs

Creating usable websites is my passion. I have a history of building reliable online solutions for clients around the world. As my workflow capabilities improve, virtual servers are going to become a critical component, being able to quickly spin up servers, test code and deploy will be advantageous. Networking is a great way to develop and grow skills to take my ideas to a larger audience, helping to create a solid path toward building a successful startup -- the next step on my list of goals. Specialties: Web development, online security practices, MySQL, Apache, Navicat, Sublime Text, Fireworks, Acrobat Pro, GIT, Google, PHP, XML, RSS, HTML5, CSS3 standards, jQuery, Apache, Web Analytics, Cacti, mail server administration, public speaking, software installation, CCNA, multi-tasking, and the ability to instruct computer tasks to noobs.

I write, nurture and love clean, testable architectures. Language doesn't matter. I eat two technology stacks and a Linux meal a day.

I write, nurture and love clean, testable architectures. Language doesn't matter (PHP/C/Rust/Golang/Typescript/Python/Java). I eat two technology stacks and a Linux meal a day. How is that possible? After 15 years of programming, you start to not be in love with your toys anymore like a kid, and treat them as tools instead. What starts to matter after reaching a certain level is expressing ideas with code, not the code itself. It's the ideas that you share with your collegues, as well with the machine, that solve real-world problems that matter. Tools are just that, and in our area of expertise, they change over time quite rapidly. What stays relatively constant are the terminology, the algorithms, and the train of thoughts for solving a specific problem, given a specific scenario.

Full-Stack Software Developer at Globo.com

Always curious, I began my study of the web and other technologies when I was 13 years old. I also love the psychology field and how it fits perfectly into creating products. I’m always looking to use the new market trends, and, to keep me updated, I give speeches, write blog on subjects I’m studying, attend to conferences and I’m always trying to teach what I learn. I also have another blog called Nômade na Web, where I write about working remotely, digital nomads, life experience and productivity.

Web Developer. Laravel evangelist. PHP/SQL back-ends. OOP skills and knowledge of design patterns. Unit testing and TDD.

Geek and Entrepreneur

I'm a geek and an entrepreneur that takes pride in solving tasks elegantly within set limitations. I have had my own share of achievements and challenges with my own businesses and projects in my 15+ years as a developer. I love working with others and sharing and expanding my knowledge, which is why I'm excited to share my expertise as a mentor, colleague or consultant on your project. /**  * Technologies I work with but not limited to.  * @return a well-equipped toolbox  */ ⦾ PHP (all versions), expert level (I write PSR-2 style) ⦾ JavaScript in multiple flavors (ES6, TypeScript, CoffeeScript, etc), expert level ⦾ In varying degrees: Go, Python, Java, Elm, Elixir. I can switch between languages and language styles, and explicitly make use of design patterns ⦾ Frameworks that I use but am not limited to: Laravel; Vue.js, Angular 1+2, and Knockout.js. I quickly adapt to a new framework as I am able to quickly grasp the key concepts and I usually go directly to reading the code. ⦾ Databases and servers locally and in the cloud. I've done a lot of DevOps with AWS, Digital Ocean, etc. Tools: Ansible, Terraform, Consul, MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, etc. ⦾ I predominantly use Linux-based environments and I am an avid Vim user. I contribute to the open-source community (publish and make PRs) and in general, I'm visible on developer communities on Slack, Gitter, Stack Overflow, etc. I mastered in dynamic and open narratives in multi-player/agent games—a subject I still find use for in other work in terms of first order logic, automatons, and the formalization of information knowledge. I've worked remotely for over 8 years now and I’m well aware of the challenges and advantages of not being in the same office or time zone as that of my clients. The key points are clarity of communication and that the distance forces you to explicitly think through what your goals and requirements are. /**  * Why you should work with me.  * @return high-quality delivery  */ ⦾ I write elegant and efficient code. I believe in concise and readable code over documentation. ⦾ I take pride in delivering solid work and I naturally develop a sense of ownership. Thus, when your project succeeds, it will be a success for me as well. ⦾ I am honest about expectations. Software estimates are hard. Several smaller deliveries are better than a monstrous rollout that might never take place due to lack of funds or lost opportunity. ⦾ I am currently based in Manila, Philippines (GMT +8) but I can easily adapt my schedule to yours and come up with a suitable working arrangement with you as my client. /**  * Other Projects and Interests  * @return diversity  */ Within the past five years, I have started several businesses and projects: Places, a successful vegetarian restaurant and hub for travelers and locals in Kathmandu, Nepal; Four Red Doors, a Scandinavian-style apartment hotel for long-term guests and visitors to Kathmandu; Tiny Carrier (work-in-progress), a crowd-sourced travel and transport startup; and Helter Shelter, an earthquake relief platform focusing on providing temporary shelter for the victims of the 2015 Nepal earthquakes. At the moment I’m working on a social network for dogs written in Elm—largely inspired by my pet dachshund Loki and his online Instagram friends and fans. https://www.linkedin.com/in/mblarsen https://signup.tinycarrier.com

Code Guru in Rails, Laravel and Jquery

I am a skilled Ruby on Rails developer with experience in various programming languages: Ruby on Rails, PHP, Laravel, jQuery and CSS

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