Top Senior Route53 Developers - Dec 2017

Full-stack Freelance Developer

I'm a full-stack web developer who's been working in the industry for over 10 years. I'm a true polyglot developer, having lead/architectural experience with a wide variety of tech stacks, from Python/Django, Ruby on Rails, Node (express.js/koa) on the backend, to Angular.js, React and Ember.js on the frontend. I spent 7 years in the animation industry as a Web Software Architect, building internal applications to help studios manage their production pipelines. Since leaving that industry, I've been consulting mostly with start-ups to help turn their MVP into a solid foundation and scale their tech to a fully fleshed out product. I also spent 6 months as an Instructor at a code school called Bitmaker and absolutely loved the experience. I love sharing my experience with others. Feel free to reach out and I'd be happy to help you.

CTO - Startup Expert

I've been around the block and seen plenty of startups start and fail and start and succeed. I've been the developer and I've lead plenty of teams varying in size, I've touched languages from backend to frontend to mobile and systems. I can give you the secrets to make your business succeed from a technological perspective or help you solve your technical debt / issues in an agile and flexible way. If you're looking to quickly solve a problem I can help you, if you're looking for a long term mentor I can also help you.

CTO/Founder at Nimblechat

Currently working on Nimblechat, food delivery chatbot! https://www.nimblechat.com Sidepad, game controller: http://bit.ly/sidepad I geek out on distributed infrastructure for high-speed computing at scale and code optimization. Things I've done: Autoscaling streaming media relay systems to hundreds of thousands of listeners on AWS with EC2, Elasticache, RDS, Route53, VPC, IAM and ELB. Developed production applications using React with Redux and React Router. Fully tested and resilient with Mocha, Chai, Sinon, and hosted on S3, EC2. Set up continuous integration environments manually with EC2, Jenkins, and Github. Also, prepared continuous deployment environments using Jenkins, EC2, AWS CodeBuild, CodePipeline and CodeDeploy. Developed and deployed NodeJS backend systems on IBM Bluemix infrastructure. Built a connected dog collar using MBED, Arduino, Sparkfun, and AT&T technologies. Built a connected door lock with Arduino, NodeJS and AT&T APIs. Build a voice control system for Direct TV using Nuance NLU and AT&T technolgoy. Other Things I Build: Distributed Micro-service with NodeJS Auto-Scaling infrastructure on AWS Software based Bots Hardware based Products Bash Automation NGINX Routers Apache Web Servers Rapid Prototypes Chatbots / bots Automated Systems Languages I use: JavaScript, Java, C, C++, PHP

Programming educator | Server debugger

Hello there! My name is Joe, and I'm extremely passionate about programming education. You can see the research I've done on the subject of teaching programming and computer science concepts here: http://joequery.me/education/1/ I have experiencing teaching students with and without formal backgrounds. I took algorithm and data structures courses in college in addition to higher level mathematics. You can examine the comments on my YouTube videos, and you will see that many people find my explanations of concepts helpful: https://www.youtube.com/user/JoeQuery/videos?sort=p&view=0&flow=grid I'd be glad to help you reach the next level in your programming abilities!

JS, Backbone, and Data Viz Expert (Great for Mentoring, Second Set Of Eyes, Architecture, Tough Bugs)

A little bit about me: - Backbone.js expert - Worked with very large Data Visualization projects for the NY Fed and WSJ including maps, scatterplots, and all sort of D3 craziness - I work as a FrontEnd Engineer at a Series C enterprise software startup - I own a startup Software Consultancy called Oselot (making Enterprise Workflow software). - I also am an owner in a Semantic Web Tech firm (Datrixo.com). We basically are pioneers in using RDF for business and are currently applying this powerful cutting edge tech to anything from finance to cannibis. - I worked at large companies such as the Federal Reserve, WSJ as well as small companies. startups, and web shops - HUUUUGE proponent of Pair Programming. @ Fed I pioneered a team room where I spent ~ 90% of my coding time in Senior - Senior & Senior - Junior coding situations, also set up lots of Junior - Junior partnerships. You: - Junior-Mid level Backbone.js programmer who needs some advice/code review/architecture or debugging help - Senior level Backbone.js programmer who wants to bounce ideas and architecture off off someone - Need help setting up Grunt, Bower, Require.js, GIT, or any other JS Environment tools

Knowledge is Power

I'm a DevOps, System Administrator and Solutions Integrator I never go with "just working", I like to do things that hold up and automate as much as possible.

CTO/DevOps/Software Engineer/Mentor

Do you need help with Ruby, Rails, API, Server, AWS or Chef ? I love to help people to dig through the problems they are facing. I have been programming since 2001. I started with Java, moved to C, wrote device drivers and embedded software, and a couple of years later I moved into Ruby, and now I'm busy hacking in Javascript. When I am not available here it is because I am busy mentoring students as well as writing code for few startups.

Founder/Principal at Masterpoint Consulting

I'm a Freelance Full-stack Engineer from Philadelphia. I've been in Software Dev professionally since  2011 and working primarily in startups I've done a bit of everything: full-stack web, mobile, devops, big-data, and project/team management. I currently freelance as a full-stack web developer focusing on Ruby on Rails and Emberjs, but I work on a whole assortment of other projects when it's called for. I'm a big fan of mentoring and I've done it both in and outside of work for a handful or more different junior engineers. I enjoy the process of helping others understand the programming world and it's a great way for me to put my own knowledge into practice. Outside of the tech world, I'm big into rock climbing, punk/hardcore music, and traveling. I've been on the road since Feb. 2017 and am currently living in Berlin.

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