Freelance Continuous integration Developers Available for Hire

Akshay Patel, Continuous integration freelance coderHire Now
Freelance Continuous integration developer in South San Francisco, United States

Director of Engineering at Sports Action, Inc.

I've been building Frontend and Backend CI pipelines for many years with experience with various PaaS services as well as running a home maintained jenkins cluster. Over the years I've also worked on integrating various functional testing frameworks to test app and browser based test frameworks (Protractor) into these pipelines and using docker containers to deploy to many cloud providers. My current tools of choice are Terraform for infrastructure management, Ansible for deployment and cluster management, AWS for hosting containers, Docker for containerizing applications and Circle CI for running my CI pipeline
Obioma Ofoamalu, Continuous integration software engineerHire Now
Freelance Continuous integration developer in Lagos, Nigeria

Aspiring Software Architect, Problem solver, Android developer who loves taking on challenging tasks.

During my time working on various apps, ensuring that no regressions are experienced when adding new features were a priority. To achieve this, I leveraged several Continuous Integration tools and processes, TDD/BDD, creating several build variants for testing and automating deployment process.
Marcin Piczkowski, Continuous integration freelancer and developerHire Now
Freelance Continuous integration developer in Łódź, Poland

Full Stack Java/JavaScript Developer and Architect

I automated testing and CI/CD for Java web applications built with Ant or Maven and running on Docker. Tests were written in Junit and TestNG. CI/CD tools used were Teamcity and Jenkins. Reporting of test coverage with Emma or Jacoco was added. Build artifacts were uploaded to Nexus repository, Docker images were built and uploaded to Docker registry or Amazon ECR.
James Qualls, Continuous integration freelance coderHire Now
Freelance Continuous integration developer in Boston, United States

JavaScript and Node.js Ninja, Python Enthusiast, and Distributed Systems Architect.

I believe this is the most crucial skill to have today. This is my first line of defense in the dev ops war. It allows you to continuously build new features and ship them as quickly as possible with a tight feedback look. Allowing you to build new features and deploy in the middle of the day in just a few minutes rather than deploying on friday and working all weekend to put out fires that were caused by a new feature that was not tested.
Jacek Krużel, Continuous integration freelance coderHire Now
Freelance Continuous integration developer in Gdansk, Poland
I created build and release definitions reused by whole company. The process was pretty straightforward though - nothing fancy ;)
Maurizio Carboni, Continuous integration dev and freelancerHire Now
Freelance Continuous integration developer in Covent Garden, United Kingdom

Full-Stack JavaScript Developer

I always make sure that my code works, and to be sure of that I do 2 things: 1. I write my backend code in a deterministic environment, where every test run in the same condition of a prod environment. (Docker) 2. I always try to reach 100% coverage on branches, statements, lines and functions. Not only I usually reach that coverage, but I write tests that actually test the functionality and not simply increase the coverage.
Damir Arh, freelance Continuous integration programmerHire Now
Freelance Continuous integration developer in Ljubljana, Slovenia

Microsoft MVP. Software architect and polyglot developer.

Soon in my development career I became interested in development processes and quickly learned about build servers and continuous integration. Since then I've been an advocate for establishing better continuous integration infrastructure in every company I worked for. Often this included configuring the build server and writing build scripts to establish the basic configuration before handing it off to others to maintain it.
Andrew Lin, Continuous integration freelance developerHire Now
Freelance Continuous integration developer in Fremont, United States

Technology excites me. People intrigue me.

I handled the end-to-end testing of Search Ads at Apple, which involved incorporating our automation into the Continuous Integration framework
Michael Hill, Continuous integration freelance coderHire Now
Freelance Continuous integration developer in Amarillo, United States

Expert Devops and Systems Admin with extensive Linux, AWS and Digital Ocean eperience.

Continuous integration is a topic that few companies can claim to get right. It's difficult, time consuming and is requires the involvement of the entire staff. The past few years has brought about some great alternatives and new tooling which promises to lead those companies that are willing to do the work into a future of better development, fewer issues and more features.
Abdulmalik Yusuf, Continuous integration dev and freelancerHire Now
Freelance Continuous integration developer in Lagos, Nigeria

DevOps Engineer

I have built a CI system for integrating new code which also automates the testing of the new code after integration. I have good experience with the automation of the deployment of code to the production environment after it successfully passes through the automated testing pipeline.
Petr Sima, freelance Continuous integration programmerHire Now
Freelance Continuous integration developer in Prague, Czechia

iOS developer (5 years, involved in 35+ projects) and teacher (private and university courses, talks)

Available in all timezones. Excelent English. From single person projects to Czech e-commerce app of 2017, from an Australian startup to large international clients in retail, telecommunications and banking, from teaching talented kids to giving talks on functional programming, I've seen a lot of iOS thoughout the years. My job has always been not just to make great apps, but also to improve the quality of development on all of our projects. I think we need to talk. Allow me to clean up your code, spruce up your app architecture and teach you all you need to know about Swift and iOS in the process. I can propose multiple solutions to any problem, and choose the one right for you. Also, feel free to use the sentence "Just shut up and fix my code." at any time during our session.
Aaron Evans, Continuous integration freelance programmerHire Now
Freelance Continuous integration developer in Post Falls, United States

Freelance tester - Automation, Continuous Integration, Cloud Test Environments

I worked with continuous integration tools for a long time and set up jenkins/hudsdon, bamboo, cruise control, & luntbuild and managed CI on projects with over 40 jobs/tasks.
Ore Olarewaju, top Continuous integration developerHire Now
Freelance Continuous integration developer in Lagos, Nigeria

DevOps engineer

Continuous integration is important as a devOps engineer and I have built and used concourse and Gitlab ci for continuous integrations of code from deployment to production. Making life easier for the whole engineering team
Samuel Jack, Continuous integration freelance programmerHire Now
Freelance Continuous integration developer in Bromsgrove, United Kingdom

Full stack .Net developer with 10+ years WPF experience

Continuous Integration is one of the development practices that I always urge clients to adopt. I got started on this crusade by introducing the CruiseControl.Net at my employers. Later we moved on to TeamCity. When I started working as a freelancer for another client, I set them up with a TeamCity installation. Lately, I've become enamoured with AppVeyor for its simplicity of setup, and ease with which it supports Continuous Deployment as well as Continuous Integration
Steve Desmond, top Continuous integration developerHire Now
Freelance Continuous integration developer in Ithaca, United States

Hacker, Builder, Continuous Deliverer — Craftsmanship as a Service

Continuous Integration is more than just a tool: it's a set of practices that help keep your app running smoothly through constant change. I've worked with CI using many different build servers over most of the past decade, and can help you get up-to-speed with a seamless process that ensures you're consistently delivering quality software.

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