Top Mathematics Developers of June 2017
Technologist. Entrepreneur. Ex-Skyper
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.
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
Android | Web developer | Algorithms | OOP | Math | Databases
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 (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!
Rome was not built in a day. That's probably because they didn't have coffee. My passions are fiddling with development tools and programming languages, learning as much as I can so that I can find ways to improve my development process. Oh, and code golf is pretty fun, too. Software engineering is going to be the most important field very soon, with the exponential advancement and spread of computer technology. We need more code monkeys.
My Aeronautical Engineering university degree and work experience as a Java developer enable me to be extremely efficient in projects which connect Software Engineering and Physics / Mathematics. I work on projects that solve real life problems and I am eager to pass this mentality to people willing to embrace that challenge.
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
Director of Software Development at Verto Analytics
I like to deal with complex systems with complex relationships, whatever they may be. Given that, the exact nature of the problems to work with is not that important, even though I prefer things related to mathematics, computer science or programming. At work I supervise a team of developers, guiding and mentoring them, as well as doing technical work myself. I spend my free time doing different hobby projects, mostly cross-over between mathematics and programming. I am especially fond of problems involving dynamical systems, evolutionary algorithms, machine learning and simulations.
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