Top Senior Mathematics Developers - Dec 2017
Android | Web developer | Algorithms | OOP | Math | Databases
Software Development Engineer @ Amazon
I'm a Master student of Software Engineering and SDE at Amazon (Alexa Language Technologies). I've done a couple of internships during my studies, including ones at Nvidia (Linux graphics drivers), Microsoft (Office, primarily worked on projects related to MS Word and MS Sway) and Amazon (I work on Text-to-Speech framework for Amazon Polly and Alexa). I've been programming for around 10 years now. I also used to be a Student Teaching Assistant and I find teaching/mentoring extremely motivating - sometimes I'd get introduced to new interesting topics that I'd probably never think of finding out about on my own 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. :)) Other than that, you can always reach out to me if you have questions related to Java, Python, C, C++, Android, SQL, GIT, Mathematics etc. I try to keep my knowledge and skills up to date and learn something new every day by helping you!
I like solving problems with code and data.
My personal website is https://otrenav.com I'm a co-founder at Datata http://datata.mx Research assistant at ITAM https://itam.mx
Developer. Technologist. Entrepreneur.
In my interactions with development partners, contractors, co-workers, I have the habit of review every single line of code I can that interacts directly with my project. As a result I read, understand, debug and fix foreign code all the time, and will be able to solve your problem and help you form a stronger understanding and intuition about improving your project. Former software engineer at Skype, currently involved in several startups in Prague, Czech Republic.
Researcher - Operations Research applied to Electricity Sector
I am an experienced developer in Python and Matlab with more than 5 years of experience. My main interest is working with operations research applied to the electricity sector. As such I have already developed several optimization models to solve real world problems, such as power grid expansion planning and power grid operation.
Full Stack Developer with Data Experience
I love helping people solve their coding problems, whether that’s debugging or understanding new concepts. Currently I’m a full stack developer working mostly with Ruby on Rails and React, but consider myself a generalist and have done lots of work with Python and web scraping, as well as data analysis and scripting in Excel during work in finance. Look forward to speaking with you!
There are no stupid questions. Coding most of my life. I love it when the UX has computers serving people, not the other way around.
My primary motivation is to be useful, usually by getting computers to do what they're good at: the tedious stuff. When we do this as much as is reasonable to implement, we leave us humans more time to enjoy life. I got my real start in software development by proving myself doing exactly that: I took a very boring and error-prone business process, and automated most of it away, leaving a UI that even the most computer-averse users found intuitive. The direct and side benefits of this system are still felt at that business, 13 years later. Freelancer and @toptal talent; open to remote jobs. Tweet me at https://twitter.com/codingthat
Senior PHP developer focused on backends, but not resisting some tidy frontends either.
Knowing what you want? Then let's build it. Not quite sure? Then let's look at it and solve it. I do the projects from initial repository creation, through database and communication protocol design up to the final test with the customer, helping out my team mates in the process while also taking good advice from them.
PhD Candidate and Graduate Research Assisstant in Computer Science at Georgia Institute of Technology
I'm a PhD candidate in Computer Science at Georgia Institute of Technology with a minor in Machine Learning. The Georgia Tech CS program is ranked 7th nationally, among all the CS graduate schools, according to the USNews. Being such a competitive school, entails being knowledgable, too. In the lab that I do research, we implement our algorithmic prototypes and ideas using variety of programming languages, especially when the library that you are interested in is available only in one language! As such, I'm an expert in MATLAB, Python, C++/C, Java and Perl (but I also know some more, e.g. scala, PhP or even Lua ! :D) If you are interested to know about my research, I'm doing Deep Learning (https://www.technologyreview.com/s/513696/deep-learning), and I'm very happy about my research but brings me here is the joy of sharing my programming expertise with those who have a passion for learning the art of programming. I still remember the moments that I managed to run my first and simplest program using the Pascal programming language, back in 20 years ago, and I'm willing to pass such a feeling to you if you like learning. I think programming is the easiest and coolest thing that everyone can do. I think that an effective teacher is the one who has mastered the art of formulating complex programming subjects into easily understandable problems so that everyone can enjoy programming. Well, having said that, the positive intention by itself is not enough, you need to know how to do that in practice and that is not acquired except through experience. Aside from my first role as a programmer, I consider myself a pretty experienced teacher as well. I have 5 years of experience in teaching at Georgia Tech as a teaching assistant, in multiple courses such as Machine Learning, Computer Science and Ethics, Biomedical Health Informatics, Problem Based Learning, Computational Problem Solving for Scientists and Engineers, all of which require a significant amount of expertise in programming and teaching. I have also taught ME1311 (MATLAB for engineers with applications), at Kennesaw State University, as a lecturer. In summary, I can teach the followings comfortably: 1. Python 2. MATLAB 3. Java 4. C++/C 5. Discrete Math 6. Graph Theory
Teaching Assistant, Former SDE Intern at Amazon
If you are looking for Interview preparation for your next technical Interview I will be happy to help you in solving standard problems asked in interviews and develop a good approach for algorithmic problems. Other than That I can help you with : Python | Interview Preparation | Scikit-Learn | Pandas | Data Structure | Algorithms | Mathematics | Linear Algebra | Probability | Statistics | Data Science Some rules that I follow. 1. I will not accept any other mode of payment other than codementor. 2. I will refund the amount if you are not satisfied. 3. Rate for offline requests can be negotiated. 4. max( myrate, yourrequestRate ) will be applicable
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