Top Java Developers of January 2017
Lead Software Engineer (Android, Java, Clojure and Haskell developer) - My Work on Github : https://github.com/chemouna
I'm Lead Software Engineer at Blablacar, I'm an experienced Java and mobile developper with more than 5 years professional experience, primarily in Java and Android development and I also have experience writing backend applications with Clojure and a little bit of Haskell. My specialties are creating mobile application, debugging, software design, refactoring legacy code, creating unit and functional tests, automating builds and deployments specially for mobile apps. I am a professional engineer with a master's degree in Computer Engineering. I love functional programming whether with Haskell or Clojure and also have a lot of experience developing Android apps.
Android | Web developer | Strong knowledge of Algorithms | Math | OOP | Databases
Data Science | Data Engineering | Architecture | Web Development | Python | Java "Scala| R
I have worked on the web and big data projects. Helped organisations to build ETL tools and data science pipelines using JVM based languages and Hadoop ecosystem. I have also worked on REST based architectures and build systems to handle thousands of requests.
Software Engineer and Creative Thinker
Software Engineer | Lifelong learner
I'm a software engineer with experience in writing native iOS and Android apps using Swift and Java respectively as well as cross-platform mobile apps with frameworks like Xamarin using C#. I also have experience building backends (REST APIs) using Java/Scala and Play framework.
I've learnt by experimenting with software for over 10 years. I am here to share my knowledge to help you in your projects.
I have been tinkering with code for over a decade now. My expertise lies in building quick, scalable web-applications in Java and Python. I am a software entrepreneur with experience in using various open source libraries in the fields Machine Learning, Image Recognition and Natural Language Processing. Currently I am on a leave of absence from Purdue University, which is in America, to work on my startup. Even if you are a single developer or have been just getting started with programming, with right mentor, right tools and a bit of dedication, you too can build few amazingly kick-ass software products. I am here to help you in writing better code, fix your bugs, teach you the best design practices in industry and help you find resources in your interested domains!
Experienced C#, Java and C++ Software Developer
I’m a software developer with over 15 years’ experience in desktop, mobile, and 3D graphics technologies at companies including Sony Computer Entertainment and HP. My core technical skills include C# / .Net, Java, C++, Unity3D and mobile (Android & Xamarin). I’m passionate about creating robust, maintainable software systems using techniques such as design patterns and loosely-coupled architectures. In terms of mentoring, I have prior experience from helping out at a local programming club for junior coders.
Mobile Developer with Experience in Java for Android and swift for iOS
Hey all - I've been developing android application for 3 years and love teaching, I'm happy to advise also on the best courses to take, how to establish your career, whether it is your first time, you're looking to pick up a new skill, or keep up on the latest technologies, what technologies to learn next, and how to get your first application or company started.
Software Development Engineer @ Amazon
I'm a Master student of Software Engineering and a soon to be SDE at Amazon (Alexa Language Technologies). I've done a couple of internships during my studies, including ones at Nvidia, Microsoft and Amazon. My primary reason for being here is to, actually, learn. I used to be a Student Teaching Assistant and found out that the best way to learn a subject is to teach others. I find it extremely motivating - sometimes I'd get introduced to new interesting topics that I'd probably never bother finding out about by myself if it wasn't for the purpose of explaining it to someone else. Sometimes I'd get a completely new perspective on subjects I thought I knew when trying to find a way to present it to someone else. I'd really love to keep learning this way. One of the topics I'm always happy to talk about are the interviews - I've done a fair share of them, most of them in top tech companies and I would love to share what I've observed so far. I'm always up for tackling interesting interview questions, doing mock interviews or just giving resume tips (I got my interviews at Amazon without a referral, so I might know a trick or two to make your resume stand out. :) Ah, I've also read all Gayle Laakmann McDowell's books on the topic :D).