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Dave Sullivan, top Conflict developerHire Now
Freelance Conflict developer in Ashburn, United States

Full-stack Freelance Developer

I'm a full-stack web developer who's been working in the industry for over 10 years. I'm a true polyglot developer, having lead/architectural experience with a wide variety of tech stacks, from Python/Django, Ruby on Rails, Node (express.js/koa) on the backend, to Angular.js, React and Ember.js on the frontend. I spent 7 years in the animation industry as a Web Software Architect, building internal applications to help studios manage their production pipelines. Since leaving that industry, I've been consulting mostly with start-ups to help turn their MVP into a solid foundation and scale their tech to a fully fleshed out product. I also spent 6 months as an Instructor at a code school called Bitmaker and absolutely loved the experience. I love sharing my experience with others. Feel free...
Dani Arnaout, Conflict freelance coderHire Now
Freelance Conflict developer in San Francisco, United States

Senior iOS Engineer

raywenderlich.com ex-tutorial team writer and tech conferences speaker. 8 years of experience in iOS development.
Yuval Kogman, Conflict freelance coderHire Now
Freelance Conflict developer in Ashburn, United States

Polyglot developer with an obsession for modularity

I'm a self taught developer, and ever since my first job, given enough time at a workplace I've always become the guy who people go to when they're stuck, and I've enjoyed doing the same on various online communities. I've always found those interactions very rewarding, I find it much easier to apply myself in a focused way to helping other people solve their problems. I really believe in the "teach a man to fish" cliche. If you are a student or need help working on open source, I offer a 50% rate reduction. Note that I will not solve exercises/assignments for you, I am only willing to help you to solve them yourself. Finally, I suggest you check out this great write up by Adam Goldman, another mentor on this site, which has some great tips on how better utilize this service https...
Benjamin Hendricks, Conflict software engineer and devHire Now
Freelance Conflict developer in New York, United States

100% remote iOS Software Engineer, ex-googler ex-appler.

I first fell into iOS in high school when the App Store was literally just starting. I've built several Objective-C applications and several Swift ones since the 2014 launch of the language. I have tinkered with Android mainly in 2013 while I was an intern at Google on the Android Camera Frameworks team, and have spent considerable time working on mobile back ends as well. At 13, my science fair project won an honorable mention: it was a basic AI that played Tic-tac-toe in javascript. It was pretty comical, as I had manually written out all the “traps”, and some pesky 6th grader found one I had not thought of! At 15 I built my first PC, and recently I built my own Hackintosh. I have also experimented with the Raspberry Pi. Most importantly though I'm a hard core Apple fan boy and have al...
Michael G Schwern, Conflict freelancer and developerHire Now
Freelance Conflict developer in Portland, United States

Installed a Perl module? You're using my code.

If you're having Perl, Git, SQL, C or testing problems, I can help. If you have a Perl problem, maybe a bug in a module, or a regex isn't working, or it's slow, maybe CPAN trouble, not only can I help, I might have caused the problem. If Git has you totally perplexed, I can help make Git make sense. And if you have a problem writing tests, what should you test, how should you write tests, how should you structure your tests, I can help. Happy coding!
Nick Yeager, Conflict freelance programmerHire Now
Freelance Conflict developer in Tucson, United States
I'm a passionate full-stack web developer and sometime native iOS developer.
Michele Pratusevich, Conflict consultant and programmerHire Now
Freelance Conflict developer in Somerville, United States

Computer Vision Engineer

I work in the intersection of research and development. My skills are developing algorithms, testing them, visualizing them, and providing a path for them to reach production. For the last few years I've worked on computer vision and deep learning problems, using mostly Python for visualization and C++ for production code. I love thinking through algorithms, problems, constraints, and best of all, getting people started on their path through learning to code. In my spare time I maintain an introductory Python blog at http://practicepython.org and am starting to learn Julia.
Emmanuel Chigbo, Conflict software engineerHire Now
Freelance Conflict developer in Lagos, Nigeria

Software engineer and Web Technology Enthusiast

I started programming with the Java language. I was writing desktop applications. Next, I added PHP to the stack with Laravel framework. Next, I picked up Ruby on Rails and loved it ever since. I have done a couple of projects (personal, open source and for organizations with teams). I have worked with Javascript and some of its libraries (React, Node, jQuery). I am good with git and version control and feel very confident approaching every merge conflict I encounter. Aside coding, I like listening to cool music, watching movies and tweaking the settings/preferences of tools I use. My favorite part of every application is the customization section. I also like artistic and creative works.
Akul Mehra, Conflict freelance developerHire Now
Freelance Conflict developer in Delhi, India

Expert Python Ninja, Hacker and UI/UX consultant

Ask me anything :) I'll do my best mentoring you in the fields of Web and Backend Development using Python, Version Control System (Git) and tips to be more productive. I am experienced Python Enthusiast and Web Developer. I have been to lot of hackathons, won a few including AngelHack. I'm also an International Speaker @ PyCon HK.
Ifeanyi Agu, Conflict freelance programmerHire Now
Freelance Conflict developer in Ashburn, United States

Software Development Engineer at Ping Identity

Full Stack Developer. Java/PHP/JavaScript Ninja
Nathan Basanese, Conflict software engineerHire Now
Freelance Conflict developer in San Jose, United States

Systems Analyst

I write from the heart. That includes code. I am conscientious, meticulous, sensitive to Dunbar's number, and a cognitive spendthrift. I'd probably like working together, but, as I say, "I'm from Michigan, and I you have got to show me." Passion and obsession destroy lives, I think, but, well, I do care about the things I care about. Build Engineer, Erlang/Python Developer, or Research Strategist at a firm in one of the following industries: * Spacecraft * * Cryptocurrency * Molecular Biology Security * Ethical Private Equity I have set up habits of quick, critical thinking, absurd humor, and intuitive leaps. In my spare time, I dream, write fiction, teach rowdy pre-schoolers critical thinking, play with biology ideas, harangue, and play sports. I can do backe...
Blaze Tustanowski, Conflict freelancer and developerHire Now
Freelance Conflict developer in Katowice, Poland

Senior Software Engineer at Marks and Spencer

A senior web engineer with a passion for architecture and Agile methodologies. Fast thinker and learner with deep understanding of both front- and back-end of web based systems. Strong sense of design and UX, follower of industry standard practices for API development. Certified ISTQB software tester, currently in the process of acquiring the PMI-ACP certificate in Agile project management.
Merlin Patterson, Conflict dev and freelancerHire Now
Freelance Conflict developer in Baltimore, United States

Product Wizard at ClassTracks / Fellow at Venture For America

Advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. I am a developer. I have strong interests in educational technologies, code literacy (and literacy in general), and startups. I primarily work on the backend but have frontend skills as well. I am a writer. I am currently writing a science fiction novel. I have a blog that is mainly about tech though occasionally my life slips in there (or is it the other way around?). And I wrote my dorm's weekly newsletter the academic year of September 2012 through April 2013. I am a self proclaimed efficiency expert. I am constantly looking for ways to speed up the unimportant things in life: like finding keys or getting ready in the morning: That way I can focus on the most important things in life: my friends and family, and my passions.
Thierry Templier, Conflict dev and freelancerHire Now
Freelance Conflict developer in Saint-Hilaire-du-Maine, France

Web / REST and JavaScript expert

I'm a Web and JavaScript addict who have worked intensively with Angular and Node for three years (I have worked with JavaScript until 1999). I have worked for more than 15 years in Web environments mainly with Java server technologies and frameworks before. I really love to share my knowledge and help people to robust and well-designed applications and also to fix their issues. That's the reason why I used to contribute and help people on the StackOverflow website on subjects like REST, Angular and Node and write articles on my blog. I'm really excited at the moment about the orientations of JavaScript technologies (ES6, Angular2, React). Otherwise I used (and I enjoy!) to teach Web and JavaScript technologies in schools. I have done this for five years now. I work at the moment for...
Ryan Rowland, Conflict freelance coderHire Now
Freelance Conflict developer in Hayward, United States

Senior Software Engineer at Twilio Inc.

I'm in love with Node.js, and excited for its rapidly evolving future both on-server and in-browser via Browserify. I'm also a huge proponent of ES6 adoption.

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