Top Consul Developers of May 2017
Geek and Entrepreneur
My skills and experience range from scoping out/testing/implementing features to deploying/configuring/maintaining the services/infrastructure in production. I like helping out where needed and I’m always looking to find the task that provides the most value to the team/project (especially when it comes to mentoring others).
Assembling the right servers, containers, and Linux systems for your business
I can help you with your infrastructure issues! My bread and butter is Linux servers, Docker, Kubernetes, Docker Swarm, the Weave.works suite of tools, the Hashicorp ecosystem of consul, nomad, terraform, and more-- that's where I can help you and your business deliver a product that is easy to maintain and much faster than the alternative of Virtual Machines. Here's a plain list of stuff I can do very well: -Bash scripting -Embedded Linux -Linux Kernel Configurations -Containerization --LXC --Docker --Systemd-nspawn -Server Infrastructure Cost Management -Container Networking -Hybrid Cloud Systems -Multi-cloud Systems -Referral to vendors for people doing hardware projects
Full stack developer, Open source contributor, Web application security enthusiast
I'm a Product Engineer at Kayako. I've experience of both developing and breaking web applications. I specialize in LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) stack, web application security (completed Google Summer Of Code with OWASP), version control (git) and DevOps (continuous integration and continuous deployments). I've mentored several college students in past and have a knack for solving problems.
Operations Specialist, Full Stack Developer, Technical Debt Reducer
I am a full stack developer with over 13 years of experience in building complex, scalable systems. I possess a deep understanding of multilayered software architecture. I specialize in network operations and network security, and enjoy working with emerging technologies.
CTO: Elixir, Ruby, Rails, Android Developer (and scrum master) with 10+ years experience
I've now completed over 120 sessions on Codementor! I'm a consultant developer who's been coding for over 10 years now; 6 of those years professionally. I mainly work in Rails, EmberJS and Elixir these days, but I've built things in languages ranging from C to NodeJS to Go. I've had the opportunity to have large multi-nationals on my client list such as Mozilla, IBM, 888.com, and multiple large financial businesses. Outside of Codementor, I'm a CTO at a Startup in Scotland, as well as a consultant adviser for various startups and small businesses in Scotland and the UK.
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