Top Computer science Developers of June 2017
A PhD in CS with the ambition to teach and motivate individuals to succeed in the field
I am PhD in Computer Science. Teaching, mentoring and problem solving being my hobbies and thats how I earn my living as well :) I specializes in SEO, java and teaching and collectively has over 15 years of experience in the these fields. Feel free to get in touch with me if you need assistance in these fields, I will love to help you out.
Software Engineer and Serial Entrepreneur
I am a long-time open-source contributor and Linux enthusiast. In the past I spent most of my time staring at a black screen with green text scrolling endlessly for hours and days. I am now fully invested in semantic technologies and this thing called symbolic artificial intelligence (which is basically traditional AI). While I am inclined on scientific research, nothing gives me more satisfaction than leading a technology product from inception to production, more so if that product exploits bleeding-edge technology.
Fullstack developer with 4+ years of experience based in San Francisco
I consider myself a quick learner, solutionist and a fun loving technology enthusiast who is passionate in solving real world problems. I have keen interest to be exposed to the bleeding edge of the technology to innovate with the community as well as to build effective and reliable products fast.I have worked with many technologies that scales from server side to client side, from circuit level to OS to the application level. I am passionate in developing applications thousands of people use every day.
Loves to figure things out and help you get things done. Currently a SAHM.
I'm a software engineer with plenty of experience building web applications across the stack. In terms of mentoring, I have an incredible amount of experience. In college, I was a TA for the introductory computer science course. Since then, I have taught front-end web development at General Assembly twice, have been a mentor at over 15 hackathons, and currently mentor students at Viking Code School. I consider it a strength of mine to be able to help people with their projects and explain concepts clearly.
Software Engineer at Twitter
I am a software engineer, hacker, and mad scientist based in San Francisco, CA. What really draws me in to a particular project is how it aims to connect people. I see user experience and personal detail as a potential to make a way bigger impact.
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