Top Python 3.x Developers of June 2017

full-stack developer ● IT architecture & strategy ● DevOps ● smokejumper

Solid programmer. Great trouble-shooter, debugger, and "OMG! Everything is on fire! HALP!!" first responder. Especially good at complex integration and automation. Having "jumped the fence" into new programming languages and communities multiple times, strong mentor for just getting into new toolsets and approaches, or moving into cloud/DevOps deployments. Heavily using Python, JavaScript, nodejs, jQuery, d3.js, HTML, CSS, SVG, and LESS. Have worked extensively with PHP, WordPress, Perl, Java, SQL, MySQL, PostreSQL, XML, ODF, NoSQL, and a bunch of other stuff. Interested in, but have not relied on Ruby, Go, Julia, Rust, D, and Nim in production code. I can get in the wayback machine and do C, bash, awk, Ada, Pascal, Modula-2, Icon, LISP, Prolog, and Smalltalk, depending how far back you want to go. We'll pretend that BASIC thing never happened, s'ok? I've programmed inside the Unix kernel, distributed multi-threaded middleware, GUIs, application code, numerical/HPC, and more.

Founder of a Ruby on Rails consultancy, 18 years of full-stack development in multiple languages

Howdy! If you work with me, you'll find that I'm patient, a good listener, and am great at tracking down annoying bugs. I used to ran one of the largest Ruby on Rails shops in the world. I started as a Rails Engineer, shot up the ranks, and eventually ran the company as Partner and de-facto CEO. Before and after, I've worked as a freelance full-stack developer in a wide variety of languages. I fell in love with programming in 1997 and have been loving it ever since.

Full Stack Software Developer, Startup CTO

There's nothing that gives me more joy than helping someone discover something new, gain an insight, or harness the confidence to tackle their challenges. I've been a programmer since writing BASIC in elementary school (just for kicks), but only in the last five years discovered that working full time as a freelance software engineer is my calling. Before taking the plunge into tech, I worked in education and lead hundreds of professional development trainings across the country. In my current role as CTO, I have enjoyed bringing those two worlds together -- mentoring a handful of junior developers and fostering an environment in which we learn together and challenge each other. As a mentor, I look forward to sharing my coaching and programming experience -- and I can't wait to see what you will create.

Data and Web Developer

Full stack data and web developer making custom data analysis and machine learning applications for clients in investment management, trading and other data intensive fields. My main working languages are Python, and Matlab. Currently I am also learning Scala. My last project done for American trading company based in Chicago was a Python 3 program running on Fedora Linux that downloads the set of futures trading data using Quandl API, tests the data for integrity, makes custom indicator calculations and outputs the data into .csv files. Recently I have also developed and deployed custom web application for international scientific conference organized by one university in Lithuania. It included content publishing, abstract submission and participant management using Python 3 and Django framework. Recently I have just been awarded the Top Rated contractor status on Upwork platform. Currently I am in the top 16 percent of contributors on Stack Overflow for this year. Last year I have completed a MonogDB course for developers from MogoDB University and got into the top 5 percent of the students by the grade. Working proficiency in English, Portuguese, Russian and Lithuanian. Looking for new software development challenges in data intensive fields: trading, quantitative finance, advertising or business analytics.

Data science and research-centric software maker

When I first learned how to program, it was a exhilarating; it felt like discovering fire. A couple of months later I made a program that played the boardgame Clue and asked my family really nicely (I think) to play against it. Even though it lost, I was hooked. It's this project-centric approach that can still motivate me to learn new tools, or stay up late coding. Building things is fun. And I've always tried to follow my interests towards projects and tools that excite me. I spent time making computational models in several summer internships helped design and build a serious game that simulated molecular biology. I like sharing what I'm interested in, so teaching programming and tools comes naturally. I mentor courses in data science and Python and love talking shop.

Senior Software Engineer at Disney-ABC TV

Email: My LinkedIn: 9 yrs total software experience: 5 yrs Ruby/Rails. JavaScript, jQuery, Handlebars.js, Backbone.js, Jasmine, Java EE (JSP, servlets, Maven, Tomcat), AJAX, HTML/CSS, CoffeeScript, SQL, Octave, Unix, Agile, TDD, RSpec, MiniTest, Sinatra, Rails::API, Docker, Vagrant, Ansible, Linux, AWS S3/RDS, Pusher. YouTube API, Twitter Streaming API. DATABASES: Redis (NoSQL), MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, DB2. TOOLS: Git, Jira, Pivotal Tracker, Eclipse. Senior Software Engineer @ Disney-ABC TV. Was @ iam+, FlashFunders, TrueCar, Guthy-Renker, & NY consulting firm (in Ecuador). Finished Flatiron School. 4 yrs spinal/vascular surgeries. 8 yrs tutoring college/HS students. 4 yrs web dev/consulting at IBM and startups. Studied chemical engineering & applied physics, Berkeley. 9 yr total software exp 5 yr Unix (+ ksh) 5 yr Ruby on Rails 5 yr TDD (RSpec/MiniTest) 5 yr HTML (+ Haml/Slim) 5 yr CSS (+ SASS/LESS) 5 yr Git/GitHub 5 yr PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQLite 3 yr Deployment: Heroku/DigitalOcean. 2 yr Building Rails APIs 2 yr JavaScript (+ CoffeeScript/Jade), jQuery 2 yr Redis (NoSQL) 2 yr Java 2 yr PivotalTracker, Jira 1 yr Handlebars.js, Ember.js, Backbone.js, Jasmine 1 yr Memcached 1 yr Oracle, DB2, SQL Server 1 yr Amazon Web Services: S3, RDS 1 yr Vagrant, Ansible, VMware Fusion 1 yr New Relic, Papertrail, Segment 1 yr Jbuilder, RABL 1 yr Java EE 7: servlets, JSP, JSTL, Maven, Tomcat Projects: Did 50 CS problems on Project Euler (,, which only 6.1% of its software devs worldwide have. Love it! Code: 900 lines tricky graph algorithms code: Codility algorithms:

Software Engineer Bloomberg LP

I have worked in a number of industries from gaming to financial computing and have experience building large maintainable code bases.

Full-Stack Developer

I have been doing full stack development as a freelance web engineer for about 7+ years. I have experience of consulting for, designing and developing a number of websites and apps. I have experience of shipping products and scaling them.

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.

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)

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