Top Senior Phoenix framework Developers - Nov 2017
Software Developer at Subvisual
CTO: Elixir, Ruby, Rails, Android Developer (and scrum master) with 10+ years experience
I've now completed over 120 sessions on Codementor! I'm a consultant developer who's been coding for over 10 years now; 6 of those years professionally. I mainly work in Rails, EmberJS and Elixir these days, but I've built things in languages ranging from C to NodeJS to Go. I've had the opportunity to have large multi-nationals on my client list such as Mozilla, IBM, 888.com, and multiple large financial businesses. Outside of Codementor, I'm a CTO at a Startup in Scotland, as well as a consultant adviser for various startups and small businesses in Scotland and the UK.
Senior Full Stack Software Engineer
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!
Elixir/Ruby Backend Developer
I'm an experienced backend engineer that has contributed or started multiple open-source libraries in Elixir and Ruby. I have contributions (in both code and bug reports) to Elixir and Erlang. I'm the creator of the IntelliJ Elixir plugin for JetBrains IDEs, and so have experience with interfacing Erlang, Elixir, and Java all together. I enjoy refactoring code and bring it up to the language's community standards and putting in place processes and static analysis to maintain that code quality. I can raise your test coverage, keep your code consistent and help you spot how shrink your code by spotting how to refactor commonalities out.
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,
I am a software engineer and a startup entrepreneur with a broad range of interests and expertise. I've been using a variety of technologies over the past 20 years, both for commercial and open source work. I've released a number of open source packages, such as PumpkinDB (pumpkindb.org), Eventsourcing for Java (eventsourcing.com), graphql-java-annotations, graphql-java-servlet, erlzmq2, and others. I've also contributed to many open source projects, most notably Elixir programming language.
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