Top Senior Rails asset pipeline Developers - Sep 2017

Focused and Motivated Software Developer who usually help people by developing great products

I am not a ninja, superstar or hero developer. However, my current and previous employers can testify I have successfully delivered great work, either by writing or testing code, reviewing code, making presentations, or suggesting better solutions. I pursue to be a T-Shaped professional ( with focus on Frontend Development.

A UX-focused developer and product tinkerer who wants to help developers & companies create things that people love

I still have fond memories of a Saturday morning spent at a local bookstore's technology section, grabbing a book off the shelf, taking it home, and devouring it. That feeling of learning something brand new, of gaining a new almost-super-power, still drives me today. I love learning new things, and when I co-founded Code School, I discovered that teaching people new things was even better. I'm here to lend whatever experience & expertise I've accrued over the years (which are starting to add up too fast). I still love the little details of what it takes to build a great application, at all levels. Where I feel I can be most helpful though are with big architectural decisions that can have a massive effect on product quality and productivity for years. You don't know what you don't know, after-all, and I'm pretty good at helping to see around corners and helping avoid common pitfalls.

Top Ruby on Rails Mentor of January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August & September 2017 (9 months in a row!) | Experienced (8+ years) and friendly Ruby on Rails Developer/Mentor (with passion for helping others learn) | 830+ Sessions

I am the Top Ruby on Rails Mentor of January, February, March, April, May, June, July and August 2016 (8 months in a row) and January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August & September 2017 (again 9 months in a row!) at Codementor with 830+ sessions. [] I am a Software Engineer from Toronto, currently working as a Ruby on Rails Developer at theScore Inc. I am passionate about helping people, especially who are new to the web development and the programming world. I am specialized in explaining core concepts of Ruby and Rails along with the best practices. I focus on the learning experience of my students and make sure they get exactly what they want. I have excellent academic track records (Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Masters in Computer Engineering from the University of Toronto) along with strong development and industry experience in Software Development and Web Development (8+ years). I started programming and solving problems in 2006, at the age of 18. Since then, I wrote programs in various of programming languages such as C, C++, Java, PHP, Ruby, Python, Javascript etc. These days, I use Ruby and Rails as my primary programming language and framework. I can help with debugging your issues as well as refactoring your code according to the best practices and conventions out there. Helping people is my passion and motto of life. If you think I can help you in any way, please get in touch! Specialities: * Building backend APIs in Ruby on Rails (Active Model Serializer, Grape, Jbuilder, RABL etc.) for mobile applications. (For more than 12 million users). * Integration of backend APIs with Javascript frontend framework using JSON Web Token (JWT). * Built Push Notification System for theScore app. (For more than 12 million users). * Implemented instant player, team and news article search for the theScore and theScore eSports apps which have more than 12 million monthly active users using ElasticSearch and Rails. * Backend Ruby on Rails Development (With scaling, optimising, caching best practices). * Test Driven Development with clean code and best practices. * Web Scraping (Nokogiri, Mechanize) (Scrape data from anywhere on the internet!). * Explain concepts/solutions clearly and concisely according to the level of the client/student. * Giving architecture advice for your application. Explain which tools/gems to use and why. * Suggesting best practices and focusing on the best learning experience and long-term achievements. * Showing cool tips and tricks that I have learned over the past few years (and still learning!) as a professional Ruby on Rails developer to be more productive and efficient at work. * I can help you to prepare for interviews for Ruby on Rails developer position.

I’m Saurabh, a Hustler, Thinker and most important I live, eat and drink Web, in short I LOVE THE WEB.

Cofounder at SchoolCom and a tech advisor for a bunch of startups.I am a hard core techie and has worked on almost every tech stack out there.I also ranked among the top 500 programmers in the world.I mentored more than 150+ developers and 10+ startups on tech fronts. Mentor at Spotsoon ( Cofounder at SchoolCom ( Profile (

Expert Ruby and Rails developer

I've been a freelance web programmer for 10 years and for the last 5 years have used Rails exclusively. I enjoy tracking down bugs and helping explain how things work.

Trainer || JavaScript | jQuery | NodeJS | AngularJS | MongoDB | MySQL | Postgres | Ruby | Ruby on Rails| React|

Helped support an online advertising company based in North America. In addition to maintaining the company's technology stack, he worked with Rails and SQL on PubSquared, a platform that enables publishers to sell their digital inventory to advertisers, to fully automate user account creation Used JavaScript and the MEAN stack (MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS, and NodeJS) to develop an e­commerce platform that allows local merchants to showcase their products and buyers to compare products. Worked to develop a Rails API with an online educational company to build a freelance application for getting jobs for graduates of their various programs.

Software engineer and Web Technology Enthusiast

I started programming with the Java language. I was writing desktop applications. Next, I added PHP to the stack with Laravel framework. Next, I picked up Ruby on Rails and loved it ever since. I have done a couple of projects (personal, open source and for organizations with teams). I have worked with Javascript and some of its libraries (React, Node, jQuery). I am good with git and version control and feel very confident approaching every merge conflict I encounter. Aside coding, I like listening to cool music, watching movies and tweaking the settings/preferences of tools I use. My favorite part of every application is the customization section. I also like artistic and creative works.


I started learning computer programming with Ruby and Ruby on Rails in March 2013 in a Linux environment (Ubuntu, which is Debian-flavored Linux), so RoR is what I got the most open source project and in-depth training experience in. I am a full stack RoR developer very strong in BDD/TDD and Agile. Since then, I have branched out into JavaScript, Node, Magento, PHP, Angular, Backbone, and now F#. My work experience includes writing manifests, doing security patchwork, and programatically re-rasterizing image files and sanitizing infected databases and wesites. But oddly, PHP and JavaScript is what I got the most actual job opportunities for getting paid work experience in—even though I had to learn PHP and developing on the production server on the fly, which is strange considering that I did not start out learning computer programming in either .NET or PHP. My developer preference zone equally favors the functional (F# and Haskell) and OOP (Ruby/RoR) programming languages. I have a strong PaaS background and strong BDD/TDD capabilities, and a four year degree in mathematics. So I am primarily a full-stack Ruby on Rails software developer with a growing collection of successful PHP, JavaScript and F# closed source contract projects. So far, I have worked mostly with relational databases (MySQL, SQL, etc. etc.). I live in Erie County, Pennsylvania and I prefer remote positions but I am willing to commute to Buffalo or Cleveland. I am not available on-site full-time outside of this commuting area without upfront relocation assistance. Professional colleagues and contract/jobber references: Leah LaSalla: - Architect at BuyersQuest Dean Verleger: - Senior Technical Analyst at Aparatus Jill Reads: - Senior Dev Opps at University of Maryland-Baltimore Evan Cofsky: evan@theunixman, phone: 213-235-7495 - software engineer and project manager at VTI Instruments and CEO of The UNIX Man Consulting

Web-developer with 7+ years of experience.

Start doing web-development at the age of 16. Since that launched a lot of projects, mostly using Ruby on Rails. CEO of consulting company with 15+ people.

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