Freelance Emacs Developers Available for Hire

Rudolf Olah, Emacs freelance programmerHire Now
Freelance Emacs developer in Toronto, Canada

Web Development Expert (Ember.js, Angular.js, Node.js, Ruby on Rails)

I've been programming since I was 13 and used C/C++, Java, Scheme, Common Lisp, Smalltalk, JavaScript, PHP and all sorts of frameworks and libraries. I have tutored university and college students in computer science, C/C++, SQL and databases.
Steve Purcell, top Emacs developerHire Now
Freelance Emacs developer in Auckland, New Zealand

Web Startup Tech Lead - Full Stack Help - Tips & Tricks to Share!

I've been an increasingly avid Emacs user since I realised it opened up a whole world of optimising my day-to-day working environment and enhancing productivity. I must be doing something right, because my personal emacs config has over 800 forks on github, and many of the extensions I've written are now widely used. I maintain MELPA, the largest repository of Emacs extensions, and consequently review and contribute to more elisp than almost anyone else. In 2013, I spoke on the topic at EmacsConf.
Anatoly Smolyaninov, Emacs consultant and programmerHire Now
Freelance Emacs developer in Biysk, Russia

Full Stack Clojure Engineer

Using Emacs as primary editor for all dev activities since 2012. Have contributions for a few elisp projects, such as CIDER, clj-refactor, yafolding. Have experience in paid feature development: org-mode, folding, outline.
Ian Truslove, Emacs freelance coderHire Now
Freelance Emacs developer in Fort Collins, United States

Senior Clojure and ClojureScript Engineer

I primarily use Emacs and CIDER for Clojure development, and I have mentored coders through the leap from IntelliJ/Cursive to Emacs/CIDER. I can help you to learn Emacs, how to put build a good Emacs setup for Clojure, or learn how to effectively write, test and debug Clojure and ClojureScript code using Emacs.
Kevin Burge, Emacs freelance programmerHire Now
Freelance Emacs developer in Garland, United States

Principal Software Engineer

Emacs is my favorite operating system and my configuration reflects that.
Tung Dao, freelance Emacs developerHire Now
Freelance Emacs developer in Hanoi, Vietnam

Just return to Code Mentor :)

Experienced full stack developer, current interest including Python/Haskell/PureScript and JavaScript/React Pass experience including Ruby and some PHP. Unrelated stuff: Emacs, Git
Nikita Tchayka, senior Emacs developerHire Now
Freelance Emacs developer in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain

Clean code, SOLID, TDD, Functional programming

Data scientist at @agilemonkeys. I move myself along the Software Craftsmanship movement. Functional programming evangelist, data science lover and yerba mate addict.
Kyle Brett, Emacs freelance developerHire Now

Helpy Helperton

Rails and Javascript expert. I can get your Webpack working, help you learn React, design your backend API, and level up your git-fu. I'll try to make it fun, too. I might swear.
Y.K. Goon, freelance Emacs programmerHire Now
Freelance Emacs developer in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

Maker; Developer; Entrepreneur

Emacs is my code editor the pass few years. Living in emacs has increased my productivity in untold ways.
Joseph Nuthalapati, Emacs software engineer and devHire Now
Freelance Emacs developer in Hyderabad, India

Developer with expertise in functional programming, agile practices and privacy-preserving technologies

Medium expertise in Emacs and Vim, with favorite text editor being Spacemacs.
Federico Iachetti, Emacs freelancer and developerHire Now
Freelance Emacs developer in Córdoba, Argentina

Ruby developer/Ruby teacher

I've been an Emacs user since 2011
David Tsao, Emacs freelance developerHire Now
Freelance Emacs developer in Palo Alto, United States

Formerly acquihired engineer at Groupon. Now a PhD student at Rice. Princeton grad.

Full stack engineer. I've worked on machine learning, big data, SEM and web app development in Python and Clojure. Best bang for the buck is for me to provide code review and help you become productive with your tools (pycharm, emacs, git, cursive clojure, leiningen). Also happy to teach basics.
Steven Cutting, senior Emacs developerHire Now
Freelance Emacs developer in Los Angeles, United States

Let me help solve your toughest problems.

I pride myself on my ability to write solid, well documented and fully tested software. With the projects that I have worked on, my software has not only needed to hold up to use by its users, it has also needed to be able to withstand scrutiny in court. As a result, I take writing quality code very seriously. Over the last few years I have worked on creating a platform to revolutionize the way that investigators (of all kinds) explore unstructured data, primarily text documents. I did this by taking advantage of the latest technologies and techniques in information retrieval and natural language processing. I also created a simple yet powerful language that allows investigators to ask deeper questions of the data. The end result of all of that effort is a system that allowed a forensic ...
Jack-Benny Persson, Emacs software engineer and devHire Now
Freelance Emacs developer in Helsingborg, Sweden

Long term UNIX guru and author

I've been working with UNIX-like systems (Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, Mac OS X and many more) for about 20 years, both as a hobby, as my field of study and as a profession. I run my own company in Sweden in UNIX consultation, education and hosting. I've also written two books in swedish about programming (one about Python and the other about C programming in Linux, macOS, BSD and Solaris).
Ada Lovecraft, top Emacs developerHire Now
Freelance Emacs developer in Plano, United States

Creative Technologist with Pink Hair. Ex-Conformist.

I write code. A lot of it. And I've been doing so since I taught myself BASIC on an Atari 400 in the late '80's. I designed and wrote the games that were unveiled a long side of the world's largest arcade cabinet at E3 2016. Watching people play them was one of the best moments of my life. And I want to help you have that moment too.

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