Top Senior Sqlalchemy Developers - Dec 2017
Senior software developer
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.
Test-driven developer, data scientist and engineer
Developer by day, programmer by night. I obtained a master of science in civil engineering (computer science) and participated - together with several teams - in programming contests and hackathlons. I answer questions on StackOverflow on a daily basis and wrote courses on Artificial Intelligence and Digital Electronics. I worked as a researcher in the field of hyperheuristics (artificial intelligence), a teaching assistant in computer science and as a data scientist and technical lead developer in an AI startup. During my spare time I developed small (and larger) projects to help with daily routine. For me, a computer should aim to automate everything that is boring, such that one can pay more attention to what is interesting in life. After each session, I aim to write a document (usually within one week) that describes what we discussed.
Experienced full-stack engineer, functional programming aficionado, musician, & meditator
When I was 13 I brought a "Learn C++ in 21 days" book with me on a family vacation, and I've been writing code ever since. I've been pro for 8 years and have worked on a wide variety of projects, both as a freelancer and as an employee. I spent several years as an avid hobbyist game developer, and I always have at least one side project going on. I love learning new skills and finding the best way to do things, so I am constantly learning new languages, frameworks, and best practices that I hope to share with you. I also love to teach!
Generalist lead web engineer with years of startup experience
Hi guys and girls! My name is Rory, and I'm a full-stack web developer from Ireland. I've been working as part of small teams since 2010, delivering web apps pretty much constantly ever since, using technologies ranging from Rails, C#, Python and Node.js on the backend to jQuery to Angular, RiotJS and React on the front. I can help with some pair programming, teach you about a concept you're struggling with or help you work out a specific problem. What makes me different? I remember what it's like to be stuck with things. I get myself lost on a regular basis - it's good practice and an essential part of the constant learning that a successful programming career requires. So don't worry. I know what it's like to be lost, and I know how to help you get, well, found!
Data Scientist/NLP Researcher
I am: * A Developer with zest to excel * Platform Lead responsible for end to end Development and delivery of project. * Quiet enthusiast with Development ,Problem Solving,Machine Learning * Work Methodology - Problem Solving - Optimising the solution - Debug the solution - Implement the solution * Speciality: Machine Learning,Databases,Back-end Development,
Google Software Engineer and Codecademy Curriculum Designer.
I have built my career around questioning and revolutionizing how to teach web app development, particularly in the field of taking learners from no knowledge to proficient software engineers. I picked up best practice coding conventions through my work as a software engineer and tech lead at Google, where I lead development on a high-profile internal tool, handling milllions of dollars in transactions and proactive customer support. I have then spent the majority of my professional life distilling this knowledge down and examining new pedagogical practices to pass it on to new learners. I have worked as a curriculum designer for Codecademy, designing courses and programs in almost every major web app technology, and acted as a private tutor to hundreds of students. This work has allowed me to continuously iterate and experiment with the best ways to quickly get new engineers up and running. I'm excited to continue passing on this knowledge and developing this work with the students of codementor!
Full Metal Ops guy with coding affinity, practising and evangelizing hate driven development.
Mainly experienced in system engineering and IT architecture I became a Python evangelist over time and created some great software projects with my colleagues over the years and over many companies. I have very high-quality standards for myself and only sleep well when I know that I have done my best. And I usually sleep like a baby. Since DevOps and Infrastructure as Code, developers need more and more operation skills and vice versa. Feeling at home in both areas I can also contribute to both, especially with my experience in setting up company-wide continuous deployment pipelines.
Jack of all trades, master of some
I've been writing code or reading about software nearly every day for about 20 years. I've been working full-time as a professional software engineer for 12. Software and hardware are super interesting and fun for me, but what I really enjoy is helping other people to learn. I've put together a wiki with some articles and lots of links and resources for people who want to learn to code, learn more about particular topics or up their game: https://github.com/revmischa/learn-software-engineering/wiki Not only do I have knowledge and experience in specific areas such as databases, web applications, security, networking, Linux, C, and plenty more, I also have real-world experience building commercial products and explaining complex technical concepts in straightforward English to non-technical people.
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