Top Vagrant Developers of May 2017

Seasoned Full Stack Web App Engineer & Architect. Lean Agile Project & Team Mentor.

Full Stack () => {React && Redux && Node && Express || Hapi && MySql || MongoDB || CouchDB} Process Engineering (Lean UX && Agile). DevOps. Mentor.

Geek and Entrepreneur

I'm a geek and an entrepreneur that takes pride in solving tasks elegantly within set limitations. I have had my own share of achievements and challenges with my own businesses and projects in my 15+ years as a developer. I love working with others and sharing and expanding my knowledge, which is why I'm excited to share my expertise as a mentor, colleague or consultant on your project. /**  * Technologies I work with but not limited to.  * @return a well-equipped toolbox  */ ⦾ PHP (all versions), expert level (I write PSR-2 style) ⦾ JavaScript in multiple flavors (ES6, TypeScript, CoffeeScript, etc), expert level ⦾ In varying degrees: Go, Python, Java, Elm, Elixir. I can switch between languages and language styles, and explicitly make use of design patterns ⦾ Frameworks that I use but am not limited to: Laravel; Vue.js, Angular 1+2, and Knockout.js. I quickly adapt to a new framework as I am able to quickly grasp the key concepts and I usually go directly to reading the code. ⦾ Databases and servers locally and in the cloud. I've done a lot of DevOps with AWS, Digital Ocean, etc. Tools: Ansible, Terraform, Consul, MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, etc. ⦾ I predominantly use Linux-based environments and I am an avid Vim user. I contribute to the open-source community (publish and make PRs) and in general, I'm visible on developer communities on Slack, Gitter, Stack Overflow, etc. I mastered in dynamic and open narratives in multi-player/agent games—a subject I still find use for in other work in terms of first order logic, automatons, and the formalization of information knowledge. I've worked remotely for over 8 years now and I’m well aware of the challenges and advantages of not being in the same office or time zone as that of my clients. The key points are clarity of communication and that the distance forces you to explicitly think through what your goals and requirements are. /**  * Why you should work with me.  * @return high-quality delivery  */ ⦾ I write elegant and efficient code. I believe in concise and readable code over documentation. ⦾ I take pride in delivering solid work and I naturally develop a sense of ownership. Thus, when your project succeeds, it will be a success for me as well. ⦾ I am honest about expectations. Software estimates are hard. Several smaller deliveries are better than a monstrous rollout that might never take place due to lack of funds or lost opportunity. ⦾ I am currently based in Manila, Philippines (GMT +8) but I can easily adapt my schedule to yours and come up with a suitable working arrangement with you as my client. /**  * Other Projects and Interests  * @return diversity  */ Within the past five years, I have started several businesses and projects: Places, a successful vegetarian restaurant and hub for travelers and locals in Kathmandu, Nepal; Four Red Doors, a Scandinavian-style apartment hotel for long-term guests and visitors to Kathmandu; Tiny Carrier (work-in-progress), a crowd-sourced travel and transport startup; and Helter Shelter, an earthquake relief platform focusing on providing temporary shelter for the victims of the 2015 Nepal earthquakes. At the moment I’m working on a social network for dogs written in Elm—largely inspired by my pet dachshund Loki and his online Instagram friends and fans.

Solutions Architect

Passionate about software from DevOPS to Quality Assurance, from Developer to Architect with the right amount of business skills, marketing and sales. Specialties: Distributed Application Design, Object Orientated Programming, AngularJS, REST API Design, PHP, MySQL, PhalconPHP, MongoDB, Python, Flask, Zend Framework, Linux Administration, Symfony, Quick Test Professional, WatiN/R, Magento, Wordpress, Adobe & Microsoft Suite, MacOs, Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud, VMWare and more. Large Scale Software Development Strategies, Center for Disease Control regulations and reporting guidelines. Health Information Exchanges, Direct Secure Messaging, HIPAA Regulations and Meaningful Use guidelines. Experienced in successfully negotiating and implementing new technologies in change-adverse organizations thus increasing productivity and profitability while keeping in line with the business value proposition. Fast to adapt to ever changing technological challenges and business needs effectively migrated legacy architecture to cloud based solutions guaranteeing a competitive advantage in the immediate and near term. Analytical and rational during difficult times helped organizations in life-critical industries such as healthcare facing existing challenges while formulating business conscious plans to move forward. As technical liaison with government agencies such as the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technologies and the CDC. Directly participated in state level policy making by participating directly with ACHA Agency for Healthcare Administration as well as providing the technology needed for the privatization of DCF Department of Children & Families thus by creating new and relevant revenue channels.

I create utility belts for freedom.

Hey there, my name is Toby. I eat insights for breakfast. After breakfast, I go and create things that help people experience more freedom in life. Let me tell you what happens behind the scenes: I actually create things using technology and code. I always have, since I was 12 years old. That's why I consider myself fit for duty on this fine platform. Bending the Matrix to my will always excited me. I know what it is like to struggle with technology, to spend hours searching for solutions to a problem. I know what it is like to feel the excitement when something works. I have been there. I believe that technology is an invaluable tool on your journey and I want to help you make the most of it. Growth never stops, this is a fundamental truth of life. I consider us equals, because you know something I don't, and I know something you don't. I am looking forward to helping you! Live long and prosper, Toby

Open Source JS and PHP developer

I am Gabriel Bull. Software developer, OSS advocate, designer, electrical engineering newbie and CTO at Totem Acoustic.

Experienced PHP Developer - focused on back-end and testing.

First and foremost, i'm a family man, but when I'm not a dad and husband, I'm a web programmer. I've been doing this for about 10 years now, maybe a little more, but I really feel I've raised my game in the last 4 or 5 years. I've become very focused on writing very clean, small and well tested code.

Front End Developer and Enthusiast

I like beautiful things, and often make a habit for myself not only to implement them, but make the code of them beautiful as well. I'm thrive to learn new ways to make my code better, more usable and understandable, be it through new methodologies or web developing tools. I often had the good fortune to lead large-scale projects, HTML/CSS design wise, so had the opportunity to know the ins-and-outs of the design, starting from the architecture and the big picture to the fine-tuning and the little pixels. CSS is often overlooked, being a 'dumb' language, but many people don't realise how important it is - aside from being the design language of the web, it's also a could-be bottle neck in terms of rendering, since the website doesn't load until the CSS does. Over the years I had the opportunity to understand the inner workings of website performance and handling: ★ CSS Selector Performance. ★ OOCSS approach for DRY-er code. ★ Naming conventions that will not confuse others. ★ Comments, Indexes as the way to better cooperation. ★ Use the full extent and capabilities of SASS language. ★ Prototyping websites and seeing them through. ★ Choosing the right colour palette, using similar colours better. ★ Other pro tips that make the code cleaner and smaller. These are all things developers should consider, especially these days when mobile websites become more and more common. Applying the best practices to your code ENSURES good visitor rate, and have them stay without waiting for your website to load. Having good styling decisions can affect the performance as well as the overall look of your website, making it more professional and inviting. Other than that, I have good experience using virtual servers, vagrant, command line, git and other basic development tools everyone should be familiar with. $$ Money-back guaranteed – just let me know if you're not happy and your money stay with you.

Hacker, Builder, Continuous Deliverer — helping businesses everywhere get the most out of their investment in technology

Hi, I'm Steve, and I love building great software. I've been a full-stack developer for more than a decade, having spent much of that time building and deploying enterprise-scale applications running .NET, PHP, and Node.js on the backend, combined with modern front-end frameworks and libraries to create engaging, responsive UIs. In addition to application development, I also specialize in performance optimization, legacy code remodeling, database design, and promoting a DevOps culture by sharing how modern teams can come together to continuously deliver value to their customers. I'd love to help you build better software. Get in touch and let me know how I can help!

Senior Engineer at Chameleon | Seattle

Hello! I'm currently Engineer #1 at a venture-backed startup. I've built and seen many products to market and solved many software problems at big companies like Microsoft, mid-size companies like Moz, and seed-stage companies like Chameleon. I want to help you do the same. I've spoken about these solved problems at conferences like NGINX.conf, RedisConf, and Percona Live Europe. I believe in only necessary complexity, test-driven/behavior-driven development when appropriate, and done is better than perfect. While studying Computer Science at University, where I graduated with high honors, I was a TA and Tutor for Computer Science, Programming, Math, and Physics.

Software Engineer at Google (via HAYS)

Web development expert with huge experience.

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