Top Senior Red hat Developers of August 2017

Technologist with 20+ years of experience

II have more than 20 years professional experience in the field. I love helping people and that is the main reason why I am here. I can help you resolve many issues and given my background as an IT Manager and Systems & Network Engineer, I am definitely at my best working with servers and infrastructure. But my knowledge is far more deeper than that. I can help you with Windows, Mac, or Linux. I am a huge cloud computing fan and can help you with AWS, Digital Ocean, and Google Cloud as well as with some Azure products. I have also been living a double life as a developer and I can help you understand basic programming principles, or debug your JavaScript, VBScript, PHP, and Python projects. I can also provide excellent advise and insights into your Arduino or Raspberry Pi projects - I have a degree in Electronics Engineering and I have built many of my own music-making gadgets, after all. I am a creative thinker with solid technology skills. Contact me today and let me evaluate your project. There is zero risk when you work with me because I do not charge if I do not find a solution to your problem. And, I am a featured Codementor with a perfect 5-star rating. You just can't go wrong with me! MY POLICIES - If your request rate is higher than my published rate, your requested rate will apply. - There is absolutely no charge if I fail to fix your issue in a live session. Most often, I will credit you without you even asking. - I am not responsible for any data loss. I try to be very careful with any changes that I make to your systems and applications but sometimes, the unthinkable happens and data is lost. You agree that I am not responsible for any data loss of any kind nor am I responsible for any losses that occur as a result of such a data loss. In other words, make sure you have backups. - I strictly adhere to Codementor's policies. No exceptions. Please don't ask if I accept <insert name of alternate payment here>. I don't.

Hacking the World. Alumni @ 500 Startups, LeWeb, TheNextWeb, TechCrunch Disrupt, Startup Chile

Hello! I'm Mayel, I was until recently CTO, lead developer & co-founder of Babelverse – the universal translator for spoken communication, powered by polyglots around the world – a revolutionary global startup which I have presented at dozens of international conferences and various events, won some awards (TechCrunch Disrupt, LeWeb, TheNextWeb, etc), and gotten plenty of press coverage (CNBC, FastCompany, etc). We received funding from the likes of Startup Chile, 500 Startups (Dave McClure) and SV Angel (Ron Conway). I consider myself a "MacGyver" – quickly finding hacks or solutions to any technical or other problem – with duct-tape programming methods, which allows for the rapid creation of innovative and feature-rich applications, leveraging and bringing together the latest advances of any relevant open-source projects, open APIs, (draft) industry standards, research, cloud services, etc. It's like playing with lego. I like creating "working prototypes" of new tools and services. I’ve been in charge of everything from product design to coding, pitching to fundraising, hiring to project management, cloud/server setups to system admin, community building to creating a movement, branding to PR to social media, marketing to sales to customer service, etc... Beyond quick coding session, we can discuss your needs, which may involve agreeing on a limited amount of further contract work, such as helping with a PR/social media campaign/stunt, or hacking together a rapid prototype, etc. For example, I can walk you through building an MVP, figuring out what is feasible, what tools you'll need, how to hire the right talent, and more. Or we can discuss platforms – LAMP. Rails. AWS. Etc. What are they? Which one is right for you, and especially why?

tekGoddess - Founder, Owner, Software & Analytics Engineer

Continuous Process and Systems Improvement Specialist seeking creative projects within the non-profit, Open Source, small business and LC3 communities. Fifteen years experience with IT Service and Software Development, primarily within the private Education Industry. Intimately familiar with both Proprietary and Open Source Application & Reporting environments bolstered by a strong background in Network, Server & Security administration. Proven knowledge leader and detailed Systems Design Analyst. Unique project proposal and management techniques with significant performance and efficiency improvement gains. Provides collaborative tailor designed solutions from concept to launch. ​Artfully applies industry Best Practices to boost innovation, facilitating Organic Collaboration and Ideation.

Specialist in saving production servers from certain doom. Linux, NodeJS & AWS are in his daily cup of tea. Lifetime coder and networking ninja, graceful under fire and capable of working in multiple languages.

I put out cyber fires over donuts and camp fires. Polyphasic sleeper serving all timezones! Provider of live-help in real-time via video conference for technologies I have mastered and problems no one else can solve. Writer of re-brandable content management systems (every app has content, does it not?), re-usable apps & APIs, member of Mensa & Intertel, slayer of salmon. Human languages for fun, programming languages for breakfast. I left Detroit in the Dot-Com era to live deep in the north woods, I wear camo every day and kill my own food when I have to. I solve my own problems with grace and efficiency. I'll be happy to solve yours! My three most valuable skills: * Problem solving * Anticipation (of variables and user expectations) * Machine logic These skills, when applied to any challenge, design or technology stack, produce efficient and reliable results. What I enjoy most about Code Mentor: Utilizing my unique skill set to solve a diverse set of challenging critical issues for people in a bind. My most satisfying sessions solve very difficult and unique situations for those who have already exhausted their available human resources. I also really enjoy students who gain enlightenment from the deep insights that I can provide during our sessions. FAQ * No, I am not a robot. But my bots might be one day. * Yes, we have roads & electricity here, you should visit. :) * No, I will not travel anywhere , unless you provide a space ship or parachute. ** POLICIES ** * If you are dissatisfied with my service in any way, I will refund you in full * I do not generally charge for the "show & tell" phase of our session or random digressions * If your request rate is higher than my standard rate, our session rate will match your request rate * I try to make a record of all changes and be able to revert them quickly, but it is your responsibility to archive responsibly * CodeMentor has changed my life in very positive ways and I strictly adhere to their billing policy. All offline work must be paid for through CM at standard or agreed upon rates. * Time management is *not* my specialty. If you need your thing done, it's best to do it live in real-time. ;) ** SUPPORT TIERS ** Level 0: $30/15 - My weak areas / Voodoo+ / Students / First 100 Clients - Easy JS stuff Level I: $50/15 - Standard rate Level II: $65/15 - High pressure environments / General Wizardry + - Advanced AWS (recovery, security, etc) - Docker / Elastic Beanstalk / Lambda - Forensics - Distaster recovery - POS - High-level security - React - Pre-scheduled hours outside 12:00 - 21:00 EST - Advanced design (animation, meteor, 3D, crazy toolkit requirements, WP) Level III: $80/15 - Extreme pressure / Heavy Wizardry / Deep Magic + - Emergency response for mission-critical systems - Dedicated support through to resolution - Level II + Pre-scheduled hours outside 12:00 - 21:00 EST - Jump to top of queue! + http://www.catb.org/jargon/html/go01.html Moments: * 20160707 - My first session! * 20160817 - My 100th session! Michael L. receives his next session free! * 20160824 - Michael L. claimed his free one hour session! * 20161125 - My 200th session! Avi receives his next session free! * 20161215 - Avi claimed his free hour!

CTO at Charit.ee Inc.

I'm working on all sorts of interesting stuff. Process optimization, infrastructure automation, full stack development. Writing lots of JavaScript, both server and client side. Playing around with things like ReactJS. An aspiring vim user. Currently looking into things like Solr, Elastic Search, InfluxDB. Curious about functional languages, like Erlang, Haskell. I think that CSP is cool, but have not had time to read RnRS and CLHS yet. Scala, Go, and Rust look interesting to me. Would like to try myself with AWS or any other cloud. I run my own server infrastructure. Avid linux user since 2000. I attend all sorts of meetups in Greater Vancouver area, so catch me there. Started TA-ing recently with folks at Lighthouse Labs. Great vibes. I love teaching people everything I know.

DevOps, Automatic Systems & Development

I'm a system administrator working on automated systems in various languages. Currently supporting https://github.com/tuwid/GNU-Linux-OpsWiki

Software, Distributed Systems and Embedded Systems Engineer 7+ years

As an experienced, veteran Software and Web Application engineer, I have completed many feats within the world of technology. I have been involved in the Software Lifecycle process from start to finish, helping shape complex back-end and front-end. I have learnt from my experience, which has allowed me to complete nearly any challenge that is set within the technology industry. As I gained experience, I soon found myself in management roles, which has broadened my horizons into the world of business management. I have a vast experience and history in the software development industry, and have worked in all areas of the software development life-cycle. I have worked with numerous design methodologies, such as the Waterfall model, and the Agile methodology.

A polygot developer familiar with an array of languages and technologies, with a heavy emphasis on Java and C#.

RHCSA/RHCE with strong knowledge on system programming and enterprise app development.

I have developed apps for companies like Pizza Hut, Neiman Marcus and others. Let me share what I have learned from those projects.

PHP / Web / Application Developer with 6+ years experience.

Results-oriented lead architect with a focus on delivering high-quality code and products in high traffic environments. Enthusiastic about building new products and services.

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