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Lead Ruby & React Engineer
I am an active software developer who's spent the past several years mainly building complex web apps. I am an all-around developer who’s used front-end, back-end, and infrastructure technologies while working with teams of all sizes. Along with being passionate about coding and solving problems and strongly committed to communication and organization, I value product quality, transparency, Agile development, and client satisfaction. Here are my core technologies: - Ruby on Rails - RSpec - Sidekiq - React - TypeScript - Node.js - Git - GraphQL - PostgreSQL - gRPC - Kubernetes - Docker - AWS - Redis
Former Apple engineer: Ruby and iOS (Swift)
Hello. I'm an ex-Apple engineer with 15 years of software development experience. I am of working on or creating your Rails app, native (iOS and macOS) app, or both. I'm passionate about software design and creating products with a high level of attention to detail. Co-host of the Rooftop Ruby podcast. Can provide team with full development and design services of larger projects on request.
Senior Rails developer with a passion for building high-quality applications
Experienced Full-Stack Ruby on Rails Engineer
Over seven years professional software development experience, specializing in RESTful API development. Passionate about clean and maintainable code, timely delivery, generous code feedback and excellent communication skills. My expertise lies in the back end though I am experienced in front end and DevOps as well. Strong interest in privacy and security best practices. Experience working effectively on dev teams of 2 to 100+ engineers.
I'm a developer with 16+ years of practical, real-world, customer-focused development work
I’m a Rubyist of 12+ years, primarily acting as a senior developer and running operations for Noko (Freckle) Time Tracking. I specialize in maintaining and refactoring legacy applications; fixing up existing code to take advantage of the meteoric jumps of modern, evergreen browsers. I also love doing customer support, developer relations, build-chain improvements, and engineering management. Thomas Cannon is an excellent full stack Rails dev, and not afraid to get his hands dirty with ops, support, or documentation (and he's good at it, too!). Beyond his deep knowledge and technical chops, he's a joy to work with… thorough, considerate, always up for a challenge, always taking in new information and ready to update his approach. He leads and gets things done. - Amy Hoy (of 30x500 fame!)
RoR Engineer lead with strong JS and DevOps background.
Software Engineer focused on quickly shipping reliable and secure products
Tinkerer, Teacher, Users first, Data first, Polyglot Developer ❤️ Ruby & Lisp
Avid Learner and Problem Solver
As a back-end software developer, my five years of experience in brokerage services and four years in hospitality have equipped me with valuable collaboration, communication, and problem-solving skills. I have honed my ability to work in a team, effectively communicate complex ideas, and solve problems creatively. Leveraging these skills, I am committed to delivering high-quality, efficient software solutions that meet clients' needs. Let's connect and see how I can help you achieve your software development goals.
Founder of a German dev studio. Worked with Festivals, Medical, and Insurance. Now Freelance.
I founded a German development studio. In 2013 I became a digital nomad, learned Vietnamese, Vlogged a lot, and got back into Freelancing. I wrote software used by millions and oversaw millions of euros in transactions. I'm fluent in Rails, some devops, Vuejs. I can also lead projects and hire people.
Experienced Rails/Vue Web Developer
🚀 Experienced Full Stack Developer with more than 12 years of professional experience with Ruby on Rails and related technology. I've built products from the ground up for startups and I've jumped in on existing code bases to add features and solve problems in a timely and cost effective manner. I understand the value of a solid test suite. I also have extensive experience with Vue.js - I've built mobile applications and complex front-end solutions for Rails using Vue. I'm a seasoned remote worker - I've been working remote since 2000. ========================================================= THE ORIGIN STORY - (long) 👶I began my web development journey, shortly after college, working with FileMaker and Lasso at a development company specialized in those technologies. I craved a more industry standard technology stack, and in 2000 I moved to working remote, as a self employed contractor and began developing web solutions with PHP and Postgresql. My first big contract was developing an eLearning solution in partnership with a Japanese technology company. Eventually, a colleague and friend convinced me to try "the next big thing", which was Ruby on Rails 2.x (~2008), at the time. 👨We built a multi tenant/SaaS solution for creating public and private torrenting communities. The buzz word of the day was, "semantic data", and our system integrated with an external semantic db to query for meta data related to our communitie's data. Unfortunately funding for this project dissolved and the team was laid off. Next, I worked on a number of smaller projects for a couple of years, before landing a longer term project adding features, fixing performance issues, and addressing bugs on an eLearning product called Edsero, for a Chicago based company called Global Learning Models. 🧔♂️In 2016 I was approached by two would-be founders about developing a SaaS solution to bring affordable occupational health and safety solutions to small and medium companies. I accepted the job, and begn working with the founders - domain experts in their field, to gather requirements, architect, design, and then to rapidly develop a minimal viable product. I also managed infrastructure choices, set up of hosting & deployment, backup strategies, the marketing site (static site generated with Jekyl) etc. I produced a viable product in about nine months- we had paying customers using the system in the first year. In the following years development was focused on adding more features and capabilities: an investigaton system, training and certifications tracking, integration with third party training providers, the ability for companies to develop and complete custom forms. I also developed internal admin tools to aid customer support, billing. Next, I developed the mobile application📱. I chose Vue.js and "progressive web application" PWA technology. Users required the ability to complete their safety forms in the field, even without internet access, and those forms then needed to be seemlessly uploaded to the backend once the internet became available. I also built out the versioned REST API to support the mobile client. My initial years on the project were solo development. At the mid point of the project we occasionally hired and managed additional short-term developers. The last years were a return to solo development, but I worked with an excellent product designer (a recent graduate from Emily Carr's UX program). It was an amazing experience to work with such talent as a team. 🧓Today I'm ready to embark on the next chapter. Whatever it may be. But after years of mostly solo development I crave working with peers who I can learn more from.
Curious keep the cat alive :") and that's me
I'm Tu - a Vietnamese ROR developer with 3 years of experience. If you want a lowcost dev so here I am (not just about my level but also because here in Vietnam it only cost $0.2 to buy a bread and $1.5 for a proper meal :))), jk, but it's true). I'm looking forward to go global now :D hope we will have chance to co-op.
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