Top Senior Ecmascript 5 Developers - Dec 2017

PureScript/Haskell/React enthusiast, author of react-google-maps

Tom is a JavaScript expert who has passion in creating reusable UI components with React.js. He also likes to use flux to organize complex business logic using unidirectional data-flow. He has backend experience in node.js and Ruby on Rails. https://www.tomchentw.com/

startup advisor, speaker, CEO. More than mildly obsessed in seeing founders succeed. I only use my powers for good.

Every day, I get to work with startup founders as passionate as I am about building great products. I'm the CEO of Mindbox Studios, a custom software development shop and innovation lab, where I work with a diverse group of creatives, strategists, investors, and engineers to help founders take their ideas to market. I am a big fan of rapid iteration and hypothesis testing, and bring an intense desire for lovable interactions and a laser-sharp focus on measurement to every project. I believe creating a great product means embracing failure. If one has never had a bad idea, how would she know if she had a good one? Click here to set up a time to chat to see if we're a good fit: https://calendly.com/joshdmiller/hello

Full Stack JavaScript Engineer with a passion for teaching

My name is Steve and I am interested in helping others navigate the fast paced field of web development. I have been developing websites since the 90s and have 3 years experience teaching at the collegiate level from teaching at General Assembly, Marymount College, and Syracuse University. I am currently the lead on a project at Symantec Corporation, where I oversee and develop UI components for enterprise web applications using AngularJS. My expertise stretches beyond this framework into ES6, Node Express, CSS architectures, and I am particularly strong in the area of computer graphics. Hire me today and you will find a passionate teacher who wants to help the next generation of engineers build performant web experiences.

[ professional dev mentor, UX/UI enthusiast, full-stack developer ]

Greetings! I work as a professional mentor as a web dev bootcamp in Vancouver, BC called Lighthouse Labs, where I teach students about programming, web development, problem solving, UX/UI and anything else they need help with, one-on-one, in groups, and remotely. I also conduct practice tech interviews with the students - ensuring they are prepared for the kind of questions and format they might expect from a real tech interview, perform code and UX/UI reviews, evaluate projects and actively contribute to the curriculum. I've received praise from students, instructors, administrative staff and fellow mentors for my friendly and helpful demeanour, patience with students of all levels, ability to break concepts down to a level as basic as an individual student needs, tendency to commiserate with and relate to their struggles and frustrations, thoughtful and comprehensive feedback on code reviews and tech interviews, willingness to go above and beyond to help students, often staying late to ensure everybody has been taken care of and coming in on my off days or mentoring remotely when the mentors are understaffed, and of course for my knowledge and skill - particularly in UX/UI and front end design and development (HTML5, CSS3, SASS, jQuery, AJAX), Javascript (client and server-side with Node and Express), Ruby/Rails, full-scale project design (data modelling, information architecture etc), and conceptual explanations/examples. I have experience with a variety of other languages/platforms/frameworks - Objective-C/iOS development, Java, C++, some PHP, SQL, Angular.js, Bootstrap, Foundation - as well as OOP, imperative and functional programming, and concepts like recursion, complexity, algorithm design, closures, callbacks, and other concepts that regularly stump students. On my to learn/improve on list are React/Redux, Swift, Scala, Python, ES2016+ additions like async/await, and ever-strengthening my existing skills and improving my knowledge, and further developing my expertise in UX/UI design and pushing the boundaries of frontend development as far as I can.

Technology Leader || Software Architect

Arthur Kay has been working with the Web since the late 1990s, when GeoCities and scrolling marquees were all the rage. Since those early days, Arthur graduated from Loyola University Chicago (where he studied Music and Computer Science) and now works as a Senior Software Engineer with a core focus on JavaScript.

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

Experienced Developer, Executive, and Team Lead - Ready to Help!

I've been working full-time in Software Engineering for almost 20 years and spent a great deal of that in the fast-paced world of contract development. I've worked on dozens and dozens of projects, and have used languages/tools ranging from Swift and Node.js to FORTRAN, ANSI C, and Flex/ActionScript. While a generalist, I'm especially familiar with application development for mobile and desktop and more specifically still with iOS and MacOS / OSX.

15+ years, Full-stack Javascript Developer. I enjoy explaining basics patiently, or move to advanced topics in my expertise anytime. ☆ 500+ 5-star sessions.☆

[ Beginner discounts — read more... ] Web development is my life, since 2002. For over decade I'm excited to work on the full stack of web sites and applications. With more focus on Front-end and Javascript full stack in recent years. My focus: ● HTML, CSS ● Javascript, ES6 ● ⚛ React, JSX, React-Router, Redux, Material-UI ● Firebase for Web: Database, Auth, Storage, Hosting, Functions ● jQuery, Backbone, Marionette ● AJAX, Axios, fetch ● async ● Git, Github ● npm, yarn ● Chrome DevTools ● CSS Frameworks, Bootstrap, Bulma, Foundation, Semantic-UI, SASS ● Handlebars ● NodeJS, ExpressJS, MongoDB ● Webpack, Browserify, Gulp, Bower, Require.js ● Jekyll ● ---------------✁------------------------- HOW TO GET THE BEGINNERS RATE ($10 per 15 minutes) If you are beginning your journey into web-development and need help understanding the basics of technologies and tools listed below, then I am happy to offer my encouragement with over 45% off my usual rate. To get the discount: - Write me in the chat and let me know that you are eligible for a discount - Be nice, positive and respectful - The discount doesn't apply to a commercial project work - It applies to student projects though Please only contact me if you actually need help understanding the following technologies, and not just have someone complete your student homework on your behalf! I'm happy to offer a lower rate to guide you through the basics of these technologies: - HTML, CSS, Javascript: building web-pages and understanding all the concepts to make them work beautifully and efficiently - Javascript basics, intermediate and advanced - Javascript libraries and frameworks: jQuery, Backbone, React - Firebase for Web: Database, Auth, Storage, Hosting, Functions - Backend Javascript with Node.js and Express.js - CSS Frameworks: Bootstrap, Bulma - CSS Tooling: SASS, Stylus - Web-dev tools basics: npm, browserify, webpack - Web-dev concepts, such as AJAX - Command line basics and Git - Basics of hosting your static website for free - Using template engines such as Handlebars - Creating website with Jekyll and host on Github - Basics of automated Javascript testing (Usual rate is $19 per 15 minutes; special rate for students is $10 per 15 minutes) ---------------✃------------------------- Over the years, I have: - Developed hundreds of HTML/CSS/JS Mockups (since 2002) - Wrote several large Backbone.js/Marionette.js javascript applications, for web and mobile (since 2010) - Developed Node.js/MongoDB applications - Developed dozens of CakePHP/MySQL applications (2006-2010) - Installed dozens of Wordpress websites - Worked with large data sets and developed social network-like websites - Developed projects with Laravel, Zend Framework - Developed several popular extensions for Textpattern CMS (2006) - Got experience with video and audio production, screen recording I am keen on advanced web-development tools for front-end and back-end development. Git, Chrome DevTools NPM, Browserify, Grunt, Gulp, Bower, Require.js I feel comfortable working on both small and large websites. Jekyll, Bootstrap jQuery, AJAX Preprocessors: SASS, Stylus, CoffeeScript Done a lot of projects in PHP earlier, but switched to more javascript work in recent years. I am a mac guy, and I manage Debian virtual servers for private projects. $$ Money-back guaranteed – just let me know if you're not happy and your money stay with you.

Ruby on Rails + AngularJS + iOS = I'm The Mentor For You!

Hey there! I've been a Ruby on Rails developer since 2010 involved with many different configurations and setups including Ruby 1.8.7-2.2, MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, DataMapper, Rails 2.3-4.1, jQuery/CoffeeScript, CSS/SCSS/Bootstrap/Foundation, and Sinatra. From there, I made a shift from that and for the past two years I've been an AngularJS developer as well, recently switching to Angular 2. In that time I've simultaneously been building my mobile skills with iOS using both Swift and Objective-C. I remember how tough it was getting started in the web dev and mobile scenes and always appreciated those who guided me to becoming the developer I am today. Now, I would love to do the same for you as I help you learn best practices and "get over the hump" of difficult concepts, or move forward with that feature or bug you're stuck on. At the same time I would love to empower you with resources and debugging techniques so I not only "give a man (or woman) a fish", but more importantly teach you to fish also. I look forward to getting to know you and helping you become the developer you want to be. Heck, we might even have some fun doing it!

Software Developer

Temitope is a seasoned Web and Mobile application developer. He loves singing and when he is not coding, guess what? He is busy thinking about business ideas.

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