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Anthony Hicks III, Java freelancer and developerHire Now

Software Engineer

Java is my go to language. I have used Java for various classroom projects and personal projects. I created a REST Api in Java using the Jersey framework and using the MVC architecture model, created Swing gui, applications for multiple projects, and was a teacher-assistant for object-oriented undergraduate class at my university. I also have experience with using junit with Java.
Andy Maleh, Java freelance developerHire Now

Software Development, Architecture and Team Management Consultant

Writing code since 1987 and developing professional software since 2003. Master Software Engineer (DePaul University, Chicago, USA) with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (McGill University, Montreal, Canada). Master Software Craftsman. Engineered deal personalization and subscription features for (serving 33MM+ users). Architected Primary languages/skills: Ruby, Rails, JavaScript, Java SE/EE, Spring, TDD, Software Engineering, Software Architecture, Engineering Management, Agile Project Management, and Web/Desktop Development. Hobbies when not coding include drumming, snowboarding, and longboard riding. I like to help honest self-motivated individuals. Please include what you've attempted in your help request to demonstrate effort. Messages sent witho...
Lee Collins, Java freelance programmerHire Now

Senior Software Engineer

Chicago based Senior Software Architect and Developer with over 25 years developing leading edge software. Focusing primarily on JVM languages (Java, Groovy, Scala). Expert in developing highly distributed systems and heavily multi-threaded applications. Experience with both large and small teams working as team-member, team lead, or mentor. Specialties: software architecture, polyglot development, test data generation
Nilo Garcia Silveira, Java programmer and consultantHire Now

Application Developer at Avaya

I am a calm person, friendly and loves to help. I like to solve logical problems and I believe that I am a bit clever, after hearing a lot of that from other people. I made good friends and I've met fantastic people. I am seeking to deepen my knowledge in software engineering and become more self disciplined and self planned.
Debkanya Mazumder, Java freelancer and developerHire Now

Full Stack Developer

I am a Software Developer with Masters in Computer Science from UIC. I'm fluent in OOP concepts, Java, C++ and Web development technology such as HTML/CSS/Javascript. I am familiar with basic SQL.
Mallikarjuna Jagadish, Java coder and developerHire Now

Problem solver

Worked on building complete search application from front end to backend. Have good knowledge of building Java application with spring and with complete tested code.
JB Baudens, Java freelance developerHire Now

Senior Software Engineer

I am a senior software engineer working for a trading firm in Chicago. I develop software in C++, C#, Java and Python. I also have a lot of experience with database systems including Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL. I have also been tutoring Computer Science students for the past few years.
Brenton Bade, Java freelance coderHire Now

Android Developer at Shiftgig

I write apps for Android and iPhone. At Facebook, I spent my time working on Android messenger as we pushed to make it number one in the mobile messaging space. Before Facebook, I was the first native mobile developer at Punchkick, a successful mobile marketing startup that produced apps for Fortune 500 companies. Punchkick has since grown from eight to eighty employees. In my free time my technical passions include computer graphics, iOS and Android work, and game development. I am happily employed at Shiftgig and am not looking for new work at this time.
Kirk Lashley, Java freelance coderHire Now

Founder of WeDeliver - Techstars alum, software engineer and entrepreneur. I started programming in 1986, people started giving me money for it in 1996. I'm best at Java and Android, and I love solving problems.

I've been using Java since 1.2 back in 1998. I built a database in core Java as well as an early course management solution. If you remember programs like Blackboard, I built an early version of a competitor in 1999, while the space was wide open. I've worked on over 90 Java web applications, and a couple Swing apps (using Webstart) over the last 17 years. I'm currently using Java 8, and consider myself a JVM programmer. The modern Java programmer is a polyglot, with a little bit of core Java here and there, with Scala, Groovy or Clojure as a DSL of choice. I personally favor Groovy, since it's the language used in gradle. There are amazing things you can do with the JVM now. It's more than just Java. If you wanted to write Ruby you could as well with the JRuby library. The JVM is a big wi...

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