Freelance Event sourcing Developers Available for Hire

Fernando Trigoso, Event sourcing dev and freelancerHire Now
Freelance Event sourcing developer in Raleigh, United States

Accomplished Software Architect and Developer, Team Mentor

I have developed systems that use Event Sourcing/CQRS. I have used these pattern for sub-domains with complex requirements: undo/redo, versioning, complex analytics, multi-user collaboration, etc. I have implemented Event Sourcing/CQRS using different technologies such as: Javascript, C#, Cassandra, Couchbase, etc.
Eben Roux, freelance Event sourcing programmerHire Now
Freelance Event sourcing developer in Johannesburg, South Africa

C# / JavaScript Developer focusing on domain-driven design and messaging.

I have my own event-sourcing mechanism that I am using for my own projects called Shuttle.Recall (https://github.com/Shuttle/Shuttle.Recall). Recall is still being actively developed and refactored as new ideas evolve. It also provides a projection mechanism to produce read/query models from the events.
Doron Somech, Event sourcing freelance coderHire Now
Freelance Event sourcing developer in Tel Aviv, Israel

.Net Expert, NetMQ author and zeromq maintainer

In the fintech business event sourcing is a must. doing event sourcing before it was event called that.
Pierre-Louis Gottfrois, Event sourcing coder and engineerHire Now
Freelance Event sourcing developer in Paris, France
Ruby on Rails addict, I have a passion for tested, decoupled and self explanatory code. I am always ready to face new challenges and would be happy to help you with the knowledge I have.
Byron Sommardahl, Event sourcing dev and freelancerHire Now
Freelance Event sourcing developer in Ashburn, United States

CTO / Chief Architect at Acklen Avenue

I'm a Qa engineer working since 4 years ago in Acklen Avenue company as a tester, executing automated and manual testing, Test cases, regression testing.
Vladyslav Holubiev, Event sourcing software engineer and devHire Now
Freelance Event sourcing developer in Lviv, Ukraine

Back-end Software Engineer

Software Engineer proficient in building full-stack web applications, APIs and infrastructure. Working in a rapidly changing startup environment with vague requirements. Taking over project ownership to deliver and drive innovations. Buzzwords: AWS, JavaScript, Docker, Serverless, Microservices, node.js, Docker, Elasticsearch, MongoDB, APIs, Infrastructure, CI, DevOps, TDD, Terraform, Jest, Wallaby, Meteor Also the most active GitHub user in Ukraine - http://commits.top/ukraine.html 🌐 vladholubiev.com 💻 github.com/vladgolubev ✍🏻 medium.com/@vladholubiev 💬 twitter.com/vladholubiev 🧠 stackoverflow.com/users/2727317/vlad-holubiev?tab=profile
David Hoerster, senior Event sourcing developerHire Now
Freelance Event sourcing developer in Pittsburgh, United States

.NET MVP (C#), experienced architect and developer, community leader and speaker

I'm a C# MVP and also consider myself a Common Sense Evangelist. I prefer using the right tool for the right job and also strive to build reliable, testable and maintainable solutions. I specialize in distributed systems and thoroughly enjoy building scalable systems. When I'm not doing that, I'm either running a local user group (currently Pittsburgh SteelCloud, a distributed app dev group) or speaking at regional events (user group meetings, code camps, regional conferences).
Eric De Carufel, Event sourcing software engineerHire Now
Freelance Event sourcing developer in Montreal, Canada

.NET Software Architect with 15+ years of experience

Passionate, concerned, and careful are qualities describing Éric, for whom software development is a constant quest for improvement to strike a balance between perfection and customer needs. His architectural approach is simple: to develop an architecture where it is easier to apply good practices than bad ones. His involvement as a speaker and blogger is recognized by Microsoft, which awarded to him the prize of "Most Valuable Professional in Visual C#" (C# MVP) in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013. Eric De Carufel est Conseiller Technologique .NET chez Pyxis à Laval, QC. Il se spécialise dans le développement d'applications à l'aide de la plate-forme Microsoft .NET. Il possède plus de dix-sept ans d'expérience en conception d'application d'entreprise dans des domaines aussi variés que l...
Filippo De Luca, Event sourcing software engineerHire Now
Freelance Event sourcing developer in North Acton, United Kingdom

Software Engineer

I am an open-source passionate, love the Scala language, the functional programming, and clean code. I love writing testable and self-explaining code, my favorite quote is: “Code as if the next guy to maintain your code is a homicidal maniac who knows where you live.” I have a very deep sense of perfectionism always looking for the more elegant solution. I also enjoy teaching people new technologies.
Martin Klinke, top Event sourcing developerHire Now
Freelance Event sourcing developer in Ashburn, United States

Software Architect for Enterprise Software

I have been developing software professionally since 2002. After starting out in the area of Java EE and Eclipse RCP, I joined the (at that time) dark side with C# around 2006. I have always been interested in other approaches to software development e.g. functional programming. Not to mention DDD, CQRS, Event Sourcing and Event-Driven Architecture.
Joseph Nuthalapati, Event sourcing software engineer and devHire Now
Freelance Event sourcing developer in Hyderabad, India

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

Software Developer with over 4 years' professional experience in a variety of backend technologies like Java, Scala and Python. Worked in fast-paced agile teams and consistently delivered on time. Experienced in multiple programming paradigms - Functional, Object-oriented and Reactive programming. Would love to work on challenging new technologies, paradigms and architectures. I consider myself more of a generalist than a specialist.

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