Top Test driven development Developers of June 2017
full-stack developer ● IT architecture & strategy ● DevOps ● smokejumper
Experienced tech lead, full stack mobile & web engineer, great communicator
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 software engineer
**Promotional rate of only $15 per 15 minutes this Summer! And first 15 min session is always free!** "Always code as if the guy who ends up maintaining your code will be a violent psychopath who knows where you live. " - John F. Woods Artem Golovin has 6 years of experience in web development field. He specialises in single page applications preferably made with VueJs/Angular frameworks and in Nodejs backends preferably made with Adonis.js framework. He widely uses Unit and End-to-End testing, Webpack/Gulp, GitHub, Docker and a few more technologies to make development process fast and smooth. However, Artem knows a lot more than one technology. He is an active user of Swift (iOS, UIKit and other core frameworks), Docker and different task automation tools. He prefers to automate tests and to setup continuous integration engines for projects. All the routine work takes seconds instead of hours and clients usually pay only for writing the code itself. That cuts costs and speeds up the development. Artem can easily pass Joel Test for programmers. He uses Git, Test Driven Development, debugging tools, continuous integration and the available tools to get the job done. He can build an application from the ground zero to the production state. Currently, he is a leading specialist in Front-end web applications, agile methodologies, continuous integration and developing. See Artem's projects at https://artemgolovin.com
Fullstack Web Craftsman
Passionate about learning, adapting and using new tools, in order to solve the problems of oneself and the others. Focused on web.
Data-driven engineering strategist. Consultant at Trailblazing Technology LLC
Expert programmer proficient in Python, Java, SQL, C/C++, and pretty good with JS/CSS/HTML, too! The main things I can probably help you with are Python/Django/Celery/etc., Java/Spring projects, and DevOps (AWS, DigitalOcean, Rackspace, Heroku... everything from managed deployment services like Elastic Beanstalk or Dokku/Deis to Jenkins, Active Directory/LDAP, and custom ETL solutions).
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.
There are no stupid questions. Coding most of my life. I love it when the UX has computers serving people, not the other way around.
My primary motivation is to be useful, usually by getting computers to do what they're good at: the tedious stuff. When we do this as much as is reasonable to implement, we leave us humans more time to enjoy life. I got my real start in software development by proving myself doing exactly that: I took a very boring and error-prone business process, and automated most of it away, leaving a UI that even the most computer-averse users found intuitive. The direct and side benefits of this system are still felt at that business, 13 years later. Freelancer and @toptal talent; open to remote jobs. Tweet me at https://twitter.com/codingthat
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