Top Senior Shell Developers of July 2017

CTO & God level patient mentor with 20+ years of experience. Follow me on twitter: @inancgumus

Hey there! I've been creating applications for 20+ years, and I love teaching. Your skill level is not important to me. You're a beginner, intermediate or expert developer. No problem. We all are junior developers for a lifetime, always learning. I can teach you how to pick up a new skill, or upgrade your existing skills or update you on the latest technologies. I would be delighted to mentor you also on how to develop yourself and your career, or the books you should read, the courses you should take, etc. If you're trying to create a product for your company or your startup, I can guide you on how to make it a reality. Which technologies you need, how to learn them, how to apply them. You'll be building your products or MVP in no time. I'm a scalability and web apps expert. I've broad experience on testing, coding and architecting scalable web apps, creating new products, giving advice on how to build scalable products. My brief history: 2013... Node.js, React, React-native, Redux, Functional Programming, RxJS... 2005... Java, Ruby, Ruby on Rails 2000... .Net 1990... Assembly, C, Basic, ASP, PHP, Javascript, HTML, CSS

React.js/flux enthusiast, author of react-google-maps

Tom is a JavaScript expert who has passion in creating reusable UI components with React.js. He also likes to use flux to organize complex business logic using unidirectional data-flow. He has backend experience in node.js and Ruby on Rails.

Full stack application developer

I specialize in full stack development with an emphasis on front end, mobile-first, development.

Taskmaster - there is no task I cannot master. Currently one of the Top 10 Ruby Developers on Codementor. London, UK

I’m a full stack web developer who loves working with open source technology. I work best at planning the architecture of web applications and their development life cycles. I also love to get the community involved and have had much experience with building and organizing large community related projects.

I use technology to enrich people.

As a serial entrepreneur over the past 2 decades, I have a powerful understanding of business, technology, and people. I have scaled code to reach millions, both from a development and server perspective. My strength lives in my ability to communicate abstract concepts and support others in thinking through complex thought processes. I understand various components of tech, from DNS, to APIs, to servers, to development, to frontend/backend, and I can help someone think through their project and learn what's best. I can also share in a way that is sustainable, where someone is learning on their own. I want you to succeed without me. I also have consulted around business strategy and the psychology of entrepreneurship to optimize success. If you're not satisfied with any time we spend together, no charge. I value impact.

Software Developer at Subvisual

I'm a developer and SysAdmin at Subvisual (https://subvisual.co) where I do all from server and DNS configuration to pretty Front-end animations. I'm more interested in Back-end programming, and have a strong background on computer performance, which is something I take very seriously. I've given a few talks at local meetups such as the one founded by my company: Braga.rb (http://www.meetup.com/bragarb/) I'm one of the organizers of RubyConf Portugal (http://rubyconf.pt and http://2014.rubyconf.pt). I also gave some classes at local unversities, as our company was requested to teach a Web Development course, and am now involved in the ongoing Creators School, an 8 week programming course (http://creatorsschool.com/) I'm mainly a Ruby developer at the moment, although I also work with Javascript (both on the front-end and back-end), C#, git, Linux

Polyglot developer with an obsession for modularity

I'm a self taught developer, and ever since my first job, given enough time at a workplace I've always become the guy who people go to when they're stuck, and I've enjoyed doing the same on various online communities. I've always found those interactions very rewarding, I find it much easier to apply myself in a focused way to helping other people solve their problems. I really believe in the "teach a man to fish" cliche. If you are a student or need help working on open source, I offer a 50% rate reduction. Note that I will not solve exercises/assignments for you, I am only willing to help you to solve them yourself. Finally, I suggest you check out this great write up by Adam Goldman, another mentor on this site, which has some great tips on how better utilize this service https://www.codementor.io/adamgold/get-the-most-out-of-your-session-5c5iho6ns

CTO at Draft AI | #1 CodeMentor for Python, JS, Node, React for now - still working on the others ;)

I'm a Scotsman living in London. I have over 10 years experience coding. I have a first in Computer Science, worked at one of the top cyber security consultancies and am doing some freelance work alongside my startup.

Full-stack developer focused on building robust, secure and performant applications.

Full-Stack web and systems developer with 3 years of enterprise experience and 10 years of freelance experience. Worked as a freelancer developing web and mobile solutions prior to enterprise employment. Experience includes well known web frameworks such as React, Angular and Aurelia. As well as back-end libraries such as KoaJS, WebApi, MVC. Focused on building robust applications with error- handling and tolerance in mind. Computer Science graduate with strong understanding of system architecture and design.

I write, nurture and love clean, testable architectures. Language doesn't matter. I eat two technology stacks and a Linux meal a day.

I write, nurture and love clean, testable architectures. Language doesn't matter (PHP/C/Rust/Golang/Typescript/Python/Java). I eat two technology stacks and a Linux meal a day. How is that possible? After 15 years of programming, you start to not be in love with your toys anymore like a kid, and treat them as tools instead. What starts to matter after reaching a certain level is expressing ideas with code, not the code itself. It's the ideas that you share with your collegues, as well with the machine, that solve real-world problems that matter. Tools are just that, and in our area of expertise, they change over time quite rapidly. What stays relatively constant are the terminology, the algorithms, and the train of thoughts for solving a specific problem, given a specific scenario.

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