Top Memory management Developers of June 2017
Senior Software Engineer at Google
Senior Software Engineer at Google Inc. in Search working on the backend serving infrastructure for Knowledge Graph, a massive database of millions of real-world things and billions of connections between them, which is used to power "cards" that summarize information about those things (such as when searching for famous books, movies,TV shows, music albums, celebrities, politicians, places, etc.). In addition to working at Google during the day, I also moonlight as a tutor and mentor. Answering programming questions is a passion of mine, as can be seen from my StackOverflow profile (where I am in the top 0.3% by reputation)
Developer with a passion for testable, performant, and clean code
First of all, I go by KZ so you don't have to hurt your tongue trying to pronounce my name :) I mostly work on the JVM in Java and Android (and recently Kotlin which is by far my favorite!!!) I have a strong theoretical background as well as almost a decade of practical experience. I love learning as much about a topic as I can so I consider myself an expert in the areas I invest my time into (JVM memory model, concurrency, object layouts, etc.). I practice Test Driven Development wherever practical and am a disciplined debugger (I once spent a better part of the day tracking down what turned out to be an equals/hashCode mismatch in legacy code). I'm also extremely passionate about language design and attempt to evangelize new constructs to whomever will listen :) I look forward to working with you.
Professional Computer Scientist with a passion for creating applications
I hold a Masters of Science in Computer Science and have a background in tutoring and teaching. I am passionate about coding and love to solve puzzles of all sorts. I have expertise in 3D graphics (particularly scientific data visualizations), high performance computing (with a focus in parallel computing) and artificial intelligance (mostly game-playing). In addition to programming, I like to help others in anyway I can. If I can help people program, that is the best of both worlds.
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
C++ & Python Engineer - 10 years experience
I've seen a lot of technical challenges and have helped teams power through impossible situations. Much of growth is through learning from experience. A standard I demand on teams is to conduct post-mortem's (analysis of what went right and wrong, and what was learned) for technical and non-technical aspects of projects. You get the resulting expertise from those learnings.
Hi there. My name is Phil, and I'm a full stack web developer based out of Houston, Texas. I build everything from microservices and APIs to user-facing web applications from the ground up. I love making apps fast, secure, responsive, and user-friendly. I've written everything from compilers in C++ to video games in Lua.
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