Top Otp Developers of July 2017
Developer, open source enthusiast & contributor
I'm a developer who loves open source, recently focusing more on the functional side of the Force. I contribute to multiple projects, including Ecto, where I'm a core-team member and one of the maintainers. I'm also a speaker and a trainer at conferences including ElixirConfEU and ElixirConfUS. I love helping people out, solving problems together and mentoring - you can frequently find me in various community places answering questions. I'd love for you to pick my brain on an interesting issue or a problem you're having! When not programming he enjoys reading books, travelling, and sailing - no matter if sunny, rainy or stormy - it's even better if all of those are combined!
Polyglot Developer with a diverse skillset.
Open source enthusiast, Polyglot developer with a preference for Functional Programming, Developer of Unity Tweak Tool. I usually prefer mentoring, pair programming, code review and debugging sessions. I love mentoring. I have working knowledge of most common programming languages, a habit of digging deep into docs & sources, and a fine-tuned intuition to guide me when I get lost. Python, modern JS, Erlang/Elixir and git are my forte. Currently exploring Haskell in depth. I have worked with a wide variety of languages, including mainstream languages like Python, Node, C, C++, Java, Ruby, relatively obscure and specialised languages like XSLT, VHDL, relatively recent, modern languages like go, Rust, Elixir, and more. Additionally, I have a few years of systems administration experience. Earnings from here will be partly used to match donations to Akshayapatra, a non profit, every March. All my sessions carry an implicit promise of full refund if you are not satisfied, no questions asked. Students get a special discount for mentoring and tutoring sessions. Please ask for the discount if you are a student and need it,
Full stack developer with experience in various technologies
Hi, I am experienced in .NET, Ruby on Rails, AngularJS, ReactJS, HTML5/CSS3, Git, Elixir. I have worked on Haskell and F# a little bit. I have mentored students at http://knowledgesharingcampaign.org/ and took them from knowing zero about programming to becoming decent full stack developers.
Director of Engineering with 15 years experience working on web and mobile applications.
I have worked on client and server-side software projects for the past 15 years in a variety of roles and technologies. Currently, I am director of engineering at a consulting agency overseeing an engineering staff of 20+ engineers working on a wide range of client projects for Fortune 500 and Fortune 100 companies.
Enterprise Architect Engineer with 30+ applications 100+ integration solutions 10+ apps
I am an BICT schooled Enterprise- Software Architect for many years and have been a Senior Developer with 15+ years of software development experience in Java, PHP, C, and C++. Still a very active Engineer/Developer every day. Data Processing and Strategic Vision are part of my nature. Students get a 50% discount! My drive is still learning and learning others. ==> No cure no pay
iOS developer with 4 apps. Java/C/C++/Erlang. 9 years of expertise in IT
Over the last several years, I've been working for the leading Russian consulting company and designed/developed solutions for companies like Ericsson, Tektronix and others. I was primarily involved in designing telecom solutions and have a solid theoretical background in this area. I have studied and worked hard to get knowledge I have and you can be sure that I will do my best to create a product you wish. More than two years ago I switched over to iOS application development, and now I have enough skills to create any mobile app. Currently I have four iOS apps on the App Store, two of them are free with ads and in-app purchases.
CTO @ Inaka / Tech Lead & Erlang Trainer @ Erlang Solutions
I started using computers when I was 9, and programming when I was 10. Those days, I wrote many programs in Basic for Commodore, mostly small games. When I was 18, I got my degree in Computer Technical. At that point, I wrote some real-life programs in Visual Basic, like an administrative software for taxi agencies. My first real work was in a banking software company called G&F in february of 2000. I started working as a junior programmer and through the years I became senior developer, tester, project leader, tech leader and finally, software architect. Those systems had strong volume, performance and security requirements. There I met Facundo Villanueva, my partner at Mogosto Soft. We realized that most of the time we actually enjoy programming, solving problems and creating solutions, so we created this free-lance programming group where we work in projects just for the fun of it. After eight years on G&F, I felt the need to grow up and embrace new technologies. Then I switched to Novamens, where I started developing Erlang systems for a VoIP company. At the same time I was studying in the Buenos Aires University to became a computer scientist and that's what I am now. You can check out my final thesis project (a development platform built in Haskell, called λPage) at http://haskell.hpage.com. I spent two years working at Novamens, then I got my Erlang Solutions' Intermediate Certificate and met Chad DePue right when he was creating Inaka Labs. I joined the company and I'm working there since its very beginnings, developing highly concurrent applications for this new social world we're living in. After several years creating software solutions in Erlang, I feel very confident working with it and I keep learning new stuff every day. After all these years, what I liked most of my work were the chances to learn and the possibilities to use my creativity in a productive way.
Front-end / Back-end / Middle-end Software Engineer
Full-stack software maker for 15 years. Traveler, volunteer, teacher.
I'm not sure how seriously to take this profile, so this will probably change. But yeah. I work in this stuff all the time, mostly remote from my home out on the prairie, and I kinda' miss the open-plan offices and being able to roll my chair over to a colleague who got stuck on something. So reach out if you're stuck. Production projects in Elixir, Node.js, Rails ... and in a past life, Merb, C#, and stacks-who-must-not-be-named.
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