Top Virtualization Developers of June 2017
full-stack developer ● IT architecture & strategy ● DevOps ● smokejumper
I am a full stack software engineer and entrepreneur with between 1 and 10 years professional experience working with the technologies listed. I love helping other people become better at what they're doing and have been doing so both online and offline for many years now. Besides mentoring I run a small boutique style software development firm that is specialised in crossing the barrier between cloud, desktop, mobile and physical applications. My areas of expertise are the general syntax and usage of languages. Effective, correct and appropriate use of software design patterns. Defining algorithms. Handling (possibly large) amounts of data effectively and presenting results to the end-user in a clear and timely manner. Designing and managing the infrastructure to drive these results. Working with stakeholders to design, budget, and plan software development projects and their architecture, turning business objectives into measurable goals. Planning for and scaling with growth. Troubleshooting and resolving technical crisises and finding and remediating their root causes. Defining and leading (agile) development processes and monitoring their performance. Measuring, predicting, providing insights into and managing risk factors in software development projects. Experimental projects and research into, analysis of and reporting on new technologies/software development techniques.
Started programming at age 12 in 1988 on a Commodore VIC-20. Worked in multiple industries developing various types of software. Decades of experience.
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.
Programming tutor and all-around technology mentor
During my years studying computer engineering in university and my 1.5 years as an intern at Intel, I've learned quite a bit about computer hardware and software. I love teaching; it's great to help people learn. I tutor C, Python, and Linux system administration
DevOps & Software Engineer
I am a technology enthusiast, with experience in Software/Web Engineering (from development to deployment) and growing fascination about entrepreneurship. I love to help people with great ideas achieve their goals; and I love to optimize and fine tune systems. Have a question or a problem in any of my field of expertise? I would love to help.
Founder at Ursus Software
I am a Backend Developer from Nis, Serbia. Passionate about open source software. I mainly develop in Python and Java, but I am also good with other languages and system administration.
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