Top Senior Sentry Developers - Dec 2017

 Senior iOS Developer.

Expert in swift, objective-c, Xcode. Programming for iOS since 2008. Crashes, performance issues and weird bugs are welcome.

Tech and Gaming Entrepreneur

I'm a veteran in the tech industry, having worked with a wide range of product from MMORPG to big data analysis to health care systems. Outside of programming, I've also volunteered and worked as an AmeriCorps member at an educational non-profit for inner city youths for over 4 years. Currently, I'm a member of the Technical Leadership team at ElationHealth, a San Francisco startup focusing on intuitive innovations to enable physicians to provide phenomenal care for their patients. Being in startups and working with new and exciting projects is rewarding. But seeing someone gaining the confidence and skills to take on a new challenge can be just as fulfilling - if not more! As a mentor, I feel that my strength is in my ability to explain domain knowledge in a way that is easy to grasp through analogies and examples. I am particularly experienced with prototyping and quickly getting tangible results in developing a product or working on a project. While I can go on rambling the theories and the intricacies of various computer science topics, I love to focus on getting from point A to point B, in both mentoring and my own development style. I see computer programming as a creation tool first, and as a scientific / academic discipline second.

Developer - Architect - PhD student - Humanist

Young generalist engineer graduate from Icam de Nantes (France), I am fond of a lot (= too much, I guess) of stuff. Most of them are linked to new technologies, IT, and software development. I am currently in charge of R&D at Startup Palace, a company providing lots of services to startups, where I actually do many different things (which is something I like!). I am also preparing a PhD in software engineering (at University of Nantes). I care about Open Source, and I like when my code is simple and maintainable. I'm here to meet interesting people with interesting problems, and do my best to help them! (Note: in case you wonder, helping beginners *is* an interesting problem)

DevOps Consultant

Self taught software architect, devops, automation, and infrastructure guy. Entry level to project lead in 11 months. Wanted more challenge, variety, control, and flexibility, so I left to consult. Core skills lie in the DevOps domain: infrastructure design, resiliency and failover, scaling, monitoring and analysis, deployment automation, configuration management, service discovery, and system administration. Capable of full cloud implementations from network layout to OS to stack to application to configuration, management, debug, instrumentation, and troubleshooting. Additional experience with JS build systems, Single Page Applications in JS/CS, 3D graphics and visualization; attempting to expand into algorithm design for both individual and distributed systems, monitoring and performance analysis/optimization for distributed systems, and additional work in application development. Currently working as a consultant, remote only. Current toolset/skillset: - AWS Cloudformation - AWS EC2, S3, VPC, IAM, ELB, etc - Riemann, Clojure, Graphite - ELK stack - Packer, Vagrant - Airbnb SmartStack (Nerve, Synapse, Zookeeper) - Ruby, Rails (instrumentation, mostly) - Sidekiq - MongoDB - Ansible, Chef - Redis (standalone with sentinel or as part of Elasticache) - Memcached (Elasticache) - Papertrail, Cloudwatch - Sentry - NewRelic - rsyslog - Node.js - JavaScript, Coffeescript - Bash, sysadmin - Nginx, Tomcat Probably some other things as well... Assorted personal projects with: - D3.js, THREE.js - AWS - Lua / fold.it - Algorithm design and analysis

Ruby minimalist. Open source contributor and maintainer. Co-organizer of NYC.rb. Maintainer of sentry-raven and terminal-table.

Diving deep in Rails or Ruby? I've worked on Rails and Ruby systems for the last 4 years at several startups backed by YCombinator and 500Startups. Extensive domain expertise in e-commerce (including Spree) and testing with Minitest. Tired of your slow test suite or app? I can help you fix that too.

Founder of https://asoft.co – Chatbots, Shopify Apps and World-class Web Projects

Hey! I’m an experienced Ruby on Rails developer and a founder of ASoft LLC. I give speeches, contribute to open source and write blog posts. I completed my Bachelor of Computer Science degree during my study with exceptional software programmers. I developed my first Rails application more than 4 years ago. Since that time I learned a lot and I continue learning something new every day. I like to share my experience. In 2013 I taught a Ruby on Rails course in the university to about 70 students. Codementor is a great way to help people and learn something new as well. Recently I gave 2 speeches about remote pair programming https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1sklY800ous & https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vq_q1ml39RQ. Full CV can be found on ➡ http://asoft.co/people/sergey-alekseev. I'm particularly interested in chatbots development these days. Learn more on ➡ http://createchatbot.com/.

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