Top Senior Semantic web Developers - Dec 2017

The only principle that doesn't inhibit progress is: Everything goes.

I dropped physics in 2009 to become a fullstack developer and then partially dropped the developer role in 2016 to work with technology and education. While I can still be a physics teacher and a fullstack developer, what currently drives me is trying to understand how can we improve our relationship with machines through joyfull and mindfull experiences. I believe invention literacy is a way to empower people. If we work together it’s very likely I will talk a lot about Paulo Freire and Paul Feyerabend. If you don’t know them, you should definitely check them out because they are awesome! On my spare time I am a synth freak, homebrew computer enthusiast, marble run maker and a terrible melodeon player. I’m interested on human machine interaction, communication protocols, procedural and generative art, kinetic sculptures, pedagogy, math and philosophy of science.

Knowledge Engineer

I am a long-time open-source contributor and Linux enthusiast. In the past I spent most of my time staring at a black screen with green text scrolling endlessly for hours and days. I am now fully invested in semantic technologies and this thing called symbolic artificial intelligence (which is basically traditional AI). While I am inclined on scientific research, nothing gives me more satisfaction than leading a technology product from inception to production, more so if that product exploits bleeding-edge technology.

Goal-driven HTML, CSS, Stylus, JavaScript, Ember, and WordPress. Learn the things properly, in the right order, and with real-world reasoning / even if you don't know how to 'open your text editor.'

Hello, My name is Derek. I write HTML, CSS and JavaScript to build websites and web applications. I work as a consultant helping small businesses with branding and websites and strategy and all sorts of stuff. I also contract with a few marketing agencies where I build the front-end of interactive applications. I learned everything the hard way. You shouldn't have to. There are so many 'frameworks' and buzz-words - and while so many people are creating things to make our lives easier, those tools can cloud what is actually happening and make learning some messy business. Just because someone is a great developer doesn't mean they are suited to teach. Many developers lack the empathy or memory to explain concepts without making assumptions about where the mentee is coming from. I'll make sure you learn WHY you write markup and what a CSS rule actually is - instead of showing you how to use bootstrap and other abstracted libraries of opinionated functions. I won't expect you to know what I mean when I say 'library' or 'terminal' or 'npm' or 'pass it in' until I've listened to your goals and heard about your background. I'll walk you through everything in order of importance to your unique understanding of the languages and help find the blind spots you may have. I believe that a solid foundation, while it may feel slightly slower at first, will ensure you cut through all of the churn of the changing code climate in the future. I'm not a JavaScript wizard, but I can explain what beginners need to know - better than most seasoned developers - and I can get you to a place where you can begin to ask the right questions. I'm an expert with CSS and responsive layout. I'll set you on the path to reusable/modular code that will be easier to write and maintain. I can help you sort through the hype and ensure you don't get stuck in the mud. In my experience, pair programming is by far the best way to learn. Let's discuss. I'm new to this codementor site. I've only been offering session since January 2017. If I can't help you ~ you won't be charged. My codementor rate is considerably lower than my standard rate because I expect to learn from our interactions as much as you do. I feel that pair programming is the best way to learn and that both parties benefit. Once I meet with a fair amount of people I may adjust my rate accordingly.

Ph. D. research student at Kumoh National Institute of Technology (KIT)

I have completed my graduation in Software engineering from American International University of Bangladesh(AIUB).I have been working with android from last couple of years.I have been also working with .Net and php more than 3 year. I have attended a couple of national app development contests. Some of them are ♦ EATL App development contest 2012 ♦ Setu's Code2Win ♦ EATL-Prothom Alo Contest 2013 ♦ National App Hackathon ♦ Banglalink Grandmaster I have not only participated there but also gained some remarkable places. Which are ♦ 2nd place in EATL App development contest 2012 ♦ Winner in Setu's Code2Win ♦ 3 places in EATL-Prothom Alo Contest 2013 (1st, 4th and 1st in Facebook game category) ♦ 2nd place in National App Hackathon I have solved more than 150 problem in ACM and also participated in online ACM contest. I am now working with client script framework like angularjs,breezejs from last 6 month. I have also developed business app like ♦ Inventory Management System ♦ Education Management System ♦ Hospital Management System ♦ ERP for Garments I have also develop some portfolio website for from local garments and also POS system for some companies. I believe in logic rather than programming language. I believe that logic can be transferred to any language. That’s why i learned and work with different languages and platforms so that languages and platforms can’t become hindrance to convert my imagination into reality.

10 years of experience in NLP/Data science/Machine Learning/Search

Anuj Saini is a Subject Matter Expert in the area of Natural Language Processing, Search Technologies, Statistics, Analytics, Modelling, Data Science, Data Mining and Machine Learning. He is currently working with Publicis.Sapient. He has more than 9 years’ of industry experience in developing systems based on Search and Machine Learning. He has done extensive work in the domain of NLP using linguistics as well as Machine Learning across varoious domains such as e-commerce, investment banking, insurance etc. He is skilled in Chatbots, Recommender Systems, Sentiment Analysis, Semantic Technologies, and Natural Language Processing using python, java, and R.

Senior Software Engineer, with experience in Java/J2EE, Semantic Technologies, Linked Data, Ontologies, Bioinformatics

I have many years of experience in development of web applications, mostly server side, including architecture design and implementation, project coordination. I am also proficient with semantic technologies, like RDF/OWL and linked/open data. I have experience in the biomedical field. More info:

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