Top Linux system administrator Developers of June 2017
Hi! My name is Clark, I started coding since I was between 10-12? I can't even remember. It started from editing Game files to enabling cheats to making my own game private servers. Now I'm 25, a full stack software developer. Though I have still so much to learn! I'm pretty sure I have a thing or two of knowledge to share with you, never stop learning!
iOS / Full-stack / Database developer with lots of Linux and Security knowledge
Senior Android Developer
I've 7 years of programming experience with Android and a good overall understanding of other programming languages and technologies. I've a curious mind and I'm an avid learner, qualities which I believe led me to work on various technical challenges since a young age. Since then I've worked on all sorts of cool things ranging from phone's firmware, games, printing software and a myriad of different purpose applications mostly on the mobile landscape. Besides my dedication to my professional life, I also have a strong sense of social duty and personal growth. I enjoy traveling, philosophy, psychology and music just to name a few. I've worked for clients such as Pepsi-Co, book magazines, radio stations, travel agencies, the golf industry amongst others. I've also collaborated and contributed to several open-source initiatives throughout the years.
LAMP Stack - Facebook Marketer - Interview Prep
Senior developer with a focus on online advertising, PHP development, devops, and open source database technologies. Available to assist with mentoring, freelance projects involving anything PHP related, or tied in to the Facebook Marketing API. I can also provide interview preparation services!
Experienced Full-stack Software Developer | Expert Mentor
I'm a Scotsman who grew up in Luxembourg and lives in Berlin. I love learning new things, so I'm a bit of a generalist. I'm currently really interested in functional programming. I have over 10 years experience writing software.
A freelance software and web developer.
Hi! My name is Martin and I am a freelance software and web developer. I create websites and software solutions for both public and internal use. I also manage servers both using Linux and Windows on a daily basis, as well as manageing multiple websites.
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 accounting team, of just two people, to go through a collection of over 500,000 documents and find emails that allowed them to receive $4,000,000 in damages for their client. The original target was only $250,000.
Programming tutor and all-around technology mentor
During my years studying computer engineering in university and my 1.5 years as an intern at Intel, I've learned quite a bit about computer hardware and software. I love teaching; it's great to help people learn. I tutor C, Python, and Linux system administration
I am a long-time open-source contributor and Linux enthusiast. In the past I spent most of my time staring at a black screen with green text scrolling endlessly for hours and days. I am now fully invested in semantic technologies and this thing called symbolic artificial intelligence (which is basically traditional AI). While I am inclined on scientific research, nothing gives me more satisfaction than leading a technology product from inception to production, more so if that product exploits bleeding-edge technology.
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