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Luke Imhoff, Thread safety freelance programmerHire Now
Freelance Thread safety developer in Liberty Hill, United States

Elixir/Ruby Backend Developer

I'm an experienced backend engineer that has contributed or started multiple open-source libraries in Elixir and Ruby. I have contributions (in both code and bug reports) to Elixir and Erlang. I'm the creator of the IntelliJ Elixir plugin for JetBrains IDEs, and so have experience with interfacing Erlang, Elixir, and Java all together. I enjoy refactoring code and bring it up to the language's community standards and putting in place processes and static analysis to maintain that code quality. I can raise your test coverage, keep your code consistent and help you spot how shrink your code by spotting how to refactor commonalities out.
Yonas Woldemariam, Thread safety freelancer and developerHire Now
Freelance Thread safety developer in Silver Spring, United States

Senior .Net Developer

• More than 13 years of overall software development experience having expertise in all stages of the whole software development life cycle. • Microsoft Certified Solution Developer in .Net • Proficient in Object Oriented Analysis and Design(OOAD), Object Oriented Programming (OOP), ,design patterns, software development best practices, Agile development Methodology, and TDD • Excellent interpersonal, communication and organizational skills, productive relationships by working effectively with team members at all levels; easily adapt to new environments and with great potential to learn. • Have a great passion about technology and always try to keep up by reading tech blogs, checking out developer podcasts and webcasts, and attending developer training classes
Michael Safyan, senior Thread safety developerHire Now
Freelance Thread safety developer in Pittsburgh, United States

Senior Software Engineer at Google

Senior Software Engineer at Google Inc. in Search working on the backend serving infrastructure for Knowledge Graph, a massive database of millions of real-world things and billions of connections between them, which is used to power "cards" that summarize information about those things (such as when searching for famous books, movies,TV shows, music albums, celebrities, politicians, places, etc.). In addition to working at Google during the day, I also moonlight as a tutor and mentor. Answering programming questions is a passion of mine, as can be seen from my StackOverflow profile (where I am in the top 0.3% by reputation)
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Freelance Thread safety developer in Bengaluru, India

Software Development Engineer @

Sharp, Top-Producing Software Developer with around 3 year's experience involves programming expertise. Technical Skills Tools: Visual Studio 2013, Eclipse, SQL Server 2012 Languages: C#, C, C++ ,Python, Java, HTML, CSS, XML Scripting Languages : javascript , JQuery, Sound Knowledge On: Dot Net Framework, Socket Programming, Windows Services like WCF Services, Web Based Application , Web-Services like REST API's, MVC, Adobe Flash, Database Tuning, Object oriented concepts, Algorithms, Data Structures, N-tier architecture.
Pratik Raval, Thread safety freelance coderHire Now
Freelance Thread safety developer in Ahmedabad, India

Web App Expert with 6 years of experience

I am Software Engineer having 6 years of experience with ASP.NET, VB. NET, C#.NET, SQL SERVER, HTML5, Phonegap, Javascript, Jquery, Jquery Mobile
Yurii Andrieiev, Thread safety software engineerHire Now
Freelance Thread safety developer in Kiev, Ukraine

Java Engineer

I am a software engineer with 3 years of experience in Java. I have perfect knowledge of Java, OOP and good knowledge of Spring.
Nathan Graham, top Thread safety developerHire Now
Freelance Thread safety developer in Kansas City, United States
I'm currently working as a Biomedical Software Engineer at the University of Kansas Medical Center (KUMC) in the Medical Informatics Department. I spend a lot of time writing and debugging Python and Oracle SQL code. Prior to working at KUMC, I spent a year and a half as a Technology Consultant at Cerner Corporation where I traveled around the country primarily supporting Cerner Point of Care solutions. Before Cerner, I spent 7 years at Garmin as an embedded software engineer writing embedded C, C++ for Windows (MFC), ARM assembly, Python and a little Perl. My team was responsible for Garmin sensor products and support for low level hardware platform technologies such as NAND/NOR flash storage, file systems, Garmin proprietary operating system, USB, 3rd party processors and GPS chip...

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