Top Postgres Developers of May 2017
Data-driven engineering strategist. Consultant at Trailblazing Technology, Inc.
Expert programmer proficient in Python, Java, SQL, C/C++, and pretty good with JS/CSS/HTML, too! The main things I can probably help you with are Python/Django/Celery/etc., Java/Spring projects, and DevOps (AWS, DigitalOcean, Rackspace, Heroku... everything from managed deployment services like Elastic Beanstalk or Dokku/Deis to Jenkins, Active Directory/LDAP, and custom ETL solutions).
Mentor, Leader and Catalyst
I provide mentoring, training and leading services to small companies and start-ups around the country as well as providing business advice and acting as a catalyst specializing in solving problems that no one else can. I am an expert if a variety of languages, frameworks and services. Ask me anything.
Entrepreneur + coder who can help you build and launch new products
Having just finished my contract after selling my last software company, I want to take some time to help others before starting my next company. I've been programming since I was 9 and have over 25 years of professional development experience. As a serial entrepreneur, I've started 3 software companies and sold 2. I bring deep experience and wisdom gathered over the past 25 years along with skills in hot new technologies like React & Node. I specialize in creating paradigms--conceptual maps that help people navigate your product, API or codebase. I help you draw the lines between concerns, organize related parts of your application and name the boxes in your architecture diagrams. I'm passionate about getting the concepts of your application right, since they affect everything from your user interface to your database design to how you organize your code. But I can also help out with gnarly debugging issues. In my volunteer work, I am a mentor for Venture Asheville, a mentor program based off the MIT Venture Mentoring Service. I mentor startups using frameworks like Scrum and Lean Startup to search for product-market fit, then figure out how to scale their businesses to achieve rapid growth. In my personal time, I am an avid swing dancer & barefoot runner. I practice life hacking--using tricks and techniques to improve my habits, lifestyle and happiness--and continuous personal integration, where I introspect the challenges and successes in my life to improve my performance and to stay aligned with my life goals.
I'm a freelance developer based in Armenia, CO, specialising in building web apps, consider myself a full-stack developer but I tend to work more on the back-end. I also enjoy testing new libraries in my spare time. I like drinks, Mac OS and Linux. I enjoy building stuff, investigating new technologies and general hacking. You can find me on popular Slack groups for developers. I love to communicate and discuss ideas to figure out real world problems using software.
CTO at SchoolCom
I am a geek by profession . I am passionate about new technologies and love to dig in to it. I strongly believe the relationship among science, technology and life.
I'm a guy who makes things happen. I've been writing software as a hobby for over 15 years and as a professional software developer for the past 4. In addition, I've been teaching programming in the university for CS majors, in Rails Girls workshops for women, in high schools for kids and in couple of workshops and 3 months long programs for non-technical entrepreneurs. I'm especially good at teaching complex programming concepts to beginners and I'd love to help you become a better programmer. Programming is so much more than just learning the syntax of a language: it's a mindset for solving problems, it's architecture for code, it's about learning the idiomatic ways of using the language - I'm comfortable in mentoring you from the first stage all the way to mastery in a long-term mentorship relationship. I'm located in Finland (GMT+2) and speak fluent English and Finnish.
PostgreSQL loving Software Engineer, with a DevOps day job
My work spans many technologies: PostgreSQL, DevOps, Chef, Ansible, Python, Ruby, Angular, EmberJS, CSS - the full spectrum. But I follow a few basic principles throughout - 1) Code and systems should be designed for humans. The most beautiful code is the one that you can pick up and understand in the future - not the one that uses every language trick in the book. Code should be self documenting wherever possible, have clear, isolated responsibilities, and be tested. 2) Optimization should play a role early on. In my experience, too often performance and speed are neglected until they're well out of hand. A couple of early web application optimizations - smart database design, lean queries - can help protect your application as it grows. Coupled with strong infrastructure, you can have systems that run for smoothly on solid foundations. 3) Project success only exists with a successful code hand-off. Mentorship success only exists with clear understanding. It doesn't matter if I write awesome code - if no one can interact with that code in the future, the project can still be dead in the water. The same is true for mentoring - if you haven't learned the concepts you were looking for or don't understand why things were written the way they were, then the mentorship wasn't successful. And that's it! I look forward to chatting about your projects!
Senior Full-Stack Engineer
Product and Technology Leader
Technology leader, specializing in product design and strategy, end-to-end development, data-driven decision making and rapid innovation. Passionate about human-centered design, open source, lightweight and portable tools and platforms, and attempting to think outside the medium. Less is more, subtraction is better, turn down the noise. "Better to be a jack of all trades than a master of one (you will see more possibility then, you will be an empathetic leader to the experts, and you will be a more interesting person)." - career lessons from David Kelly
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