Top Senior Unix Developers - Nov 2017
Software Developer at Subvisual
Full-Stack | Championing Innovation
I have accumulated 4 years of experience in enterprise and freelance respectively. At the beginning of any project, my end goal is to build robust applications with error-handling and tolerance in mind. After more than 10 years in this industry, it is people's challenging and innovative ideas that sustains my passion. Trust is the most expensive currency today and I continue to create that by providing honest suggestions especially when it comes to my role in your project. Equipped with rich experience in React, Angular, Aurelia for front-end and NodeJS, MVC, ExpressJS for back-end, I am not in favor of one over another. I strongly believe the best language is the one that's most suitable for each project.
ReactJS, Serverless, NodeJS, AWS and DevOps
A committed and dedicated IT professional with 9 years of experience as lead consultant with Fortune 500 clients. Consulting experience in CRM domain, DevOps with primary focus on AWS/Azure and Open source web technologies like Ruby, NodeJS and Golang. Current position at Orchestrated.io leverages knowledge in AWS cloud, NodeJS, Docker, Devops and Microservices strategy. This includes infrastructure implementation of micro-service and continuous integration in cloud. Experience in web technologies like Ruby , NodeJs, Angular JS and React. Helping teams incorporate good practice like test driven development, code coverage, ci/cd pipeline and immutable artifacts.. I am passionately learning to be a good programmer with good habits and holistic understanding of software engineering in general. At the moment working towards exploring new areas of AWS architecture and programming in general.
These past years, I helped setup a PaaS company from scratch while living in Chiang Mai, I contributed to a fin-tech company in Sanlitun, the vibrant heart of Beijing, and more recently experienced working in the scope of a Fortune 500 OTA company in Bangkok. I've been working with a lot of different technologies so my help spectrum is wide. I'm currently working with Node.js, React.js and React Native on a daily basis; these are definitely my "forte"s if you need a pair programming session. More information available on my LinkedIn.
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.
Maths/finance geek, Python developer and testing obsessive
I am a financial developer who has worked in Python, C, C# , Java, C++, Perl and other languages. I have a good understanding of mathematical aspects of pricing and calibration as well as algorithms and program performance, I currently spend most of my life working in Python, which I love.
Expert software developer and rockabilly bassist
I love building apps that truly work well and exceed customers' expectations. I'm constantly learning and reading to improve myself. My personal interests are open data and public health; I'm the creator of several projects used by thousands for accessing the law and government health reports. I cannot give legal advice via codementor, but I can answer general questions about licensing, copyright, trademarks, and other intellectual property.
15+ years experience as employee/consultant for US/Indian firms; Python, C, Linux, SQL, Web, REST, open source. Made a PDF creation toolkit for Python; Fellow at Python Software Foundation; tech article writer.
Long time software developer, consultant and trainer. Published author of technical articles. Fellow at Python Software Foundation. Also once nearly swam from India to Burma. Ask me about that :) Web site: https://vasudevram.github.io Profile: http://jugad2.blogspot.in/p/about-vasudev-ram.html Read the advice at the link below; apply it when you contact me, and take it in a positive way :-) I believe in win-win situations. Life is too short for anything else. https://www.codementor.io/tips/0643378271/how-to-ask-smart-questions Skilled software developer, consultant and trainer, with 15+ years experience in many tech areas. Published author of technical articles on Python, C, Linux, on IBM, Packt Publishing, and other sites/magazines. Creator of a popular Python open source library for PDF creation. Contributor to Python ecosystem via open source projects, articles and many blog posts. Current skills: Python, Flask, SQL databases, C, Linux / Unix shell scripting, REST, open source tools and libraries, software and database design, software testing, PDF generation, PDF text extraction. Have worked for large US and Indian enterprises as well as for startups, in roles of employee (developer, team leader, project manager) and consultant. I like teaching and mentoring. At various times from the start of my career to the present, have taught software subjects formally / informally, as a high school computer teacher, private computer institute instructor, given training to corporate clients of companies I worked for, and to my own corporate / individual clients as an independent consultant. My blog http://jugad2.blogspot.com (from 2008) has many posts on software topics, including frequent Python posts - see http://jugad2.blogspot.com/search/label/python , which are regularly syndicated on Planet Python - http://planet.python.org . Business web site: https://vasudevram.github.io (see Home, Products, Services, About, and Contact pages there). Email: firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vasudevram Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/vasudevram Skype: vasudevram Elected member of the Python Software Foundation: https://www.python.org/psf/members/ . Members are elected based on contributions to the Python language / community / ecosystem. Creator of xtopdf, a Python toolkit for PDF creation, used by Packt Publishing (UK), Software Freedom Law Center (US), and ESRI (NL), among others. xtopdf can convert many input formats to PDF for business reports, and can also create PDF e-books from text or XML. I add support for more input formats to it once in a while. Good online overview of xtopdf (links in slides give more info): http://slides.com/vasudevram/xtopdf xtopdf project on Bitbucket: https://bitbucket.org/vasudevram/xtopdf Independent developer, consultant, trainer with many years experience in a variety of technologies. Worked for leading American and Indian product and project software companies, both big and small, earlier - Veritas Software (now Symantec) and Infosys Technologies among them. Python, C, SQL, Ruby (not recent), databases, Linux and open source technologies are some key strengths, built over many years of real-life projects. Working on D (DLang) too. PDF generation in Python is an area of specialization; I wrote a product for it, xtopdf, which is used by some organizations in the US, UK and NL ,among others. Can help with automated PDF generation and PDF text extraction, having done some work on both areas. Published author of technical articles on IBM developerWorks, Packt Publishing site, and Linux For You magazine. Article for IBM developerWorks, "Developing a Linux command-line utility" (in C), got an average 4-star rating (out of max. 5) over many reviews. Some companies (e.g. Tellytopia, one of my clients, acquired by Concurrent Systems) have used it as a guide to create production Linux command-line utilities. See: http://jugad2.blogspot.in/2014/09/my-ibm-developerworks-article.html - about the artlcie, and a link to it, and: http://jugad2.blogspot.in/2014/10/print-selected-text-pages-to-pdf-with.html - example of using the utility with my xtopdf toolkit to perform a real-life task. I can help with command-line utility development in C / D / Python / Ruby (on UNIX / Linux / Windows). My open source software projects on Bitbucket (xtopdf, PDFXMLRPC, PySiteCreator, pipe_controller, etc.): https://bitbucket.org/vasudevram
Web & Mobile Engineer
Web & Mobile Software Engineer. Currently doing private consulting. Used to work for a Y-Combinator backed company at age of 15.
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