Top Senior Monads Developers - Nov 2017
Polyglot developer with an obsession for modularity
I'm a self taught developer, and ever since my first job, given enough time at a workplace I've always become the guy who people go to when they're stuck, and I've enjoyed doing the same on various online communities. I've always found those interactions very rewarding, I find it much easier to apply myself in a focused way to helping other people solve their problems. I really believe in the "teach a man to fish" cliche. If you are a student or need help working on open source, I offer a 50% rate reduction. Note that I will not solve exercises/assignments for you, I am only willing to help you to solve them yourself. Finally, I suggest you check out this great write up by Adam Goldman, another mentor on this site, which has some great tips on how better utilize this service https://www.codementor.io/adamgold/get-the-most-out-of-your-session-5c5iho6ns
Experienced full-stack engineer, functional programming aficionado, musician, & meditator
When I was 13 I brought a "Learn C++ in 21 days" book with me on a family vacation, and I've been writing code ever since. I've been pro for 8 years and have worked on a wide variety of projects, both as a freelancer and as an employee. I spent several years as an avid hobbyist game developer, and I always have at least one side project going on. I love learning new skills and finding the best way to do things, so I am constantly learning new languages, frameworks, and best practices that I hope to share with you. I also love to teach!
Test-driven developer, data scientist and engineer
Developer by day, programmer by night. I obtained a master of science in civil engineering (computer science) and participated - together with several teams - in programming contests and hackathlons. I answer questions on StackOverflow on a daily basis and wrote courses on Artificial Intelligence and Digital Electronics. I worked as a researcher in the field of hyperheuristics (artificial intelligence), a teaching assistant in computer science and as a data scientist and technical lead developer in an AI startup. During my spare time I developed small (and larger) projects to help with daily routine. For me, a computer should aim to automate everything that is boring, such that one can pay more attention to what is interesting in life.
Java / Scala / C# Backend Software Developer
I am an experienced backend software engineer, with more than seven years in the field. I have worked at the development of web apps backend - microservices, rest, sql and no-sql databases, messaging queues, redis, reactive programming - and some frontend as well. My favorite languages are Scala and Java.
Senior Scala and Haskell developer
Experienced Scala/Haskell/Java developer. Was in academia 6 years ago, have now worked in various commercial roles. Specialties: Scala development, Functional programming, Haskell development, Java development, Research, Proof assistants, Dependent types, Type theory
C++ Black Belt
IMPORTANT: If you want to contact me, and your timezone is significantly different, feel free to just open a session request during my timezone evenings (after 8pm till midnight). I've noticed that figuring out the request details via chat is extremely cumbersome. I'm a professional developer working on Application Performance Management in Dynatrace; currently stationed in Gdynia, Poland. I've done a number of jobs in the past, including Graphics Driver development at Intel, Game Development at Huuuge Games and other, potentially unrelated things. I've started programming wanting to be a game developer, so there's a huge chance I can help you with your C++ game project. I also know my ways around the low-level parts of C and C++. Right now my main focus at work is Node.js, so if you have some questions about that, ask away. I also did a fair share of weird front-end experiments, so Three.js, WebGL and stuff like WebWorkers don't scare me. And finally, if you need some tips about Haskell or functional programming in general, that's my personal hobby area. In general, don't hesitate to ask, as I always try to get the feeling for your problem so that we both end up satisfied!
Remote tech lead for your start-up, team included
I'm a full-stack engineer with 15 years of experiences. Last 7 years I'm doing mobile and web applications. I can implement your ideas into a working product, design architecture and user experience, implement MVP, hire and manage developers and QA, build development and deployment processes. I've got a team of 4 developers working with me. I've experienced with the following technologies: Node.js, Rails, Elixir, Haskell, AngularJS, React, Objective-C, iOS SDK, React Native, Java, Android SDK, C++, C#/.NET. Top 5 benefits working with me: - You will have an access to a vast pool of talented developers from Eastern Europe. I've done over a hundred of technical interviews during my career. I know what to look for and what questions to ask. Devs from Russia, Ukraine and Belarus are well-known for their skills. - Your web application will be running reliably 24/7. I've implemented proper high-availability architecture and automated deployment procedures for different cloud providers. I stick with continuous integration process in order to eliminate upgrade downtime. - You will have a solid maintainable codebase. I'm an experienced engineer with a passion for a clean well-structured code. Code review procedures help me to maintain integrity as project grows. - Your product will be well-tested. I've begun my career as a QA engineer. I understand how to produce good test cases and scripts, and manage QA stuff. I'm a strong proponent of automated testing. The projects I work on have a set of unit and integration tests with good enough coverage. - Your product might have a non-trivial implementation. My school is well-known for the strong mathematical background. I've run projects requiring knowledge of computer vision, machine learning and sophisticated algorithms. If you're a start-up founder looking a CTO to develop a prototype or an MVP and build a development team with a strong engineering discipline please drop me a line to email@example.com.
Avid open sourcer, committed mentor, and lead engineer with 12+ years experience
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
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