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Rails and React dev who has great communication skills and a can do attitude
A self taught Rails developer who transitioned into development after a decade in the natural resources sector where I led and managed technical teams. I have spent the last 8 months at Freshbooks, a Canadian SASS company providing small business accounting software. Here I have worked in a team of developers in agile sprints to build new features and fix bugs in Ruby/Rails, python/flask and Ember JS and React. I also built and open source dog adoption app in vanilla rails which is in production and has helped almost 40 dogs find new homes in the last 16 weeks. I am a great communicator and team player. I consistently receive very good feedback from my superiors and peers. I work hard, learn quickly and get things done. Send me an email if you'd like to learn more.
Full-Stack Rails Developer | Marketing Lead | Teacher @ Le Wagon
Software Engineering | Software Architecture | Mentoring | Tech Leadership
👋🏻 Follow me for weekly content on software development, software architecture, leadership, management, soft skills, and interview preparation. 👨💻 Passionate technologist at heart, a startup founder, a hands-on software engineer specializing in backend + frontend + hybrid and mobile development with +11 years of experience as an individual contributor (IC), an engineering management professional with +6 years of experience with a clear passion on leading and building software engineering teams, a motivated marketer, and a very happy individual who is creating a life full of purpose.
I'm a Software Developer based in Toronto, Canada. I primarily program in React and Ruby on Rails.
Previously, I was a special education math teacher in New York City. My interest in programming began when I was teaching and noticed that there were some educational platforms that were not accessible to my special needs students. Since then, I have completed an Intro to Web Development course followed by a Software Engineering bootcamp at General Assembly. Currently, I am a Software Developer at BiteSite. I enjoy the process of creating and building. My interests in software development are accessibility and cybersecurity. I am a member and open-source contributor to the wnb.rb, a virtual community for women and non-binary Rubyists.
Experienced & Empathetic Tech Lead • RuboCop Core Team Member
Programming professionally for 20 years. I've spent the last 4.5 years as Backend Lead at Pexels, and previously held lead roles at HYP3R and TalentNest. Primarily interested in backend Team Lead or Engineering Lead positions. Looking for a remote role. I am very passionate about software engineering, writing maintainable, testable and clean code that follows good architectural practices. I began as a self-taught programmer as a preteen, and worked as a freelance developer through high school and university. That led to a career in multiple industries (including construction, applicant tracking software, social media and currently stock photography), and a fast rise from individual contributor to tech lead and beyond. In order to give back to the Ruby community, I began heavily contributing to RuboCop (a Ruby linter with 300 million downloads that is a key piece of the toolset for most Ruby developers), culminating being invited to become a core team member at the beginning of 2021. I have held lead seniority roles for more than 12 years. As a manager, I see myself as a developer advocate, and spend a lot of time focusing on the happiness and productivity of my staff. Currently I am the Backend Lead at Pexels. In this capacity at a small company, I have a wide variety of responsibilities, including: Architect, plan, implement, test and ship large complex features and build out process Help non-engineers plan, scope and estimate their projects and participate in organization-wide product planning Triage and respond to security issues in code and infrastructure, including running a bug bounty program Manage and mentor a team of backend engineers of all levels. Procure and negotiate with vendors, including saving the company tens of thousands of dollars in hosting costs Looking forward to hearing from you!
Motivated, Creative, and Bilingual Full Stack Developer in Montreal
As an ex-chef and recent graduate from Le Wagon web development boot camp I'm excited about transitioning to a new industry and putting my unique skill set and creative talents to work. Most of my experience thus far is mostly been focused on back end ruby, and that's what I'm most passionate about at this point, but I'm excited to learn and continue to improve my skills. My experience as a chef has allowed me to develop a diverse set of skills for my new career. In particular I am experienced working with and managing staff, clients, producers etc. I have learned how to accept and productively deliver criticism and to learn quickly and adapt from mistakes. My recent graduation from Le Wagon web development boot camp has allowed me to dive into the world of software development and to explore my newfound passion for technology and computer science. During the 10 week intensive camp, I worked on multiple projects with teammates, and even pitched one project to the class, local members of the tech community, and our families and friends. I am hard-working, adaptable, passionate, and eager to learn and improve in a fast paced and ever changing industry. I would appreciate the opportunity to speak with you about your project and join your team. Thank you for your consideration.
Ruby on Rails - Full Stack Developer
Full Stack Engineer who can speak business, not just tech
I am a full stack Rails developer. I've consulted with SMB and startups for about a decade helping them automate internal processes and build out products. I am typically very involved with business leadership to help plan out the project or product, taking business objectives and figuring out how best to technically solve the problem. My background has been working solo or with small development teams where I am expected to take a leadership role. I am comfortable working with taking ambiguous requirements, refining them, and making a plan to achieve them. One of the things I have often said while consulting is that every mission-critical spreadsheet is a SaaS opportunity, and I love that with Ruby on Rails, we have such a powerful tool to make that happen.
Web Developer Full Stack RoR
Versatile developer at the intersection of tech, business and UX
Seasoned technical generalist and growth specialist.
I partner with non technical founders and business leaders. Together, we are building systems that solve today's problems, I am a 3x inc 500/5000 cofounder. Ive built distribution systems, technology platforms & teams, raised capital, and helped scale NYC based startups from 0 to 100. I technically cofounded a high growth company and scaled it for 7 years. I am a programmer, but the experience has also made me a strong operator, technical recruiter, trainer and executive. Seed -> Series B. I enjoy technical greenfield projects as well as taking a company through a new stage of growth. If you are looking for a CTO, technical advisor, Fractional CTO, CTO-as-a-service, or full time technical cofounder... or even COO we should talk. Many technical people do not have a business mind, they push towards expensive solutions and complexity. I love service leadership, lean startup, rails, pragmatism and simplicity. https://www.linkedin.com/in/danmorena/
Ruby on Rails ( Back-end Developer Heavy)| MVC Structure | API Handling | Gems Implementation |
Experienced with demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry. Skilled in SOAP, Ruby, Twilio, Software as a Service (SaaS), and CLI.
Rails Core for 6+ years
I'm well established in the Ruby & Rails community. I know Rails inside and out as I've added features big and small to it. I was on the core team for six years and I've reviewed over a thousand community pull requests on Rails. I also have a strong focus on clear communication and being focused on solving a problem the best way, and not about being right. DOMAIN MODELING EXPERT TO EXTEND YOUR CODEBASE WITH CONFIDENCE Looking to extend your Rails app, but not sure of the next step or what to do? I can help. In my experience, what's often missing for teams to feel comfortable in their codebase and to move forward with confidence is domain modeling. With better domain modeling things start to click in your app more easily, from method names to classes and how they collaborate — things click with the better more scoped naming that domain modeling yields.
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