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Set apart Rails engineer
My holistic view on technology paired with my skills in programming and server administration make me a key partner. I am passionate about building great things and am ready to help business grow abundantly!
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.
Software Engineer focused on quickly shipping reliable and secure products
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.
Rails developer specializing in software as a service applications
I'm a seasoned freelance software developer with 15 years experience developing for the web. My primary focus has been developing software as a service applications for various industries. My strength is working with clients of any technical ability to help bring their vision to life.
Sr. developer: full-stack Rails, Rails API+ReactJS
I am a Rails developer having spent 10 years full-time developing solutions through full-stack Rails applications. Helping craft solutions to improve the human experience in some way is what keeps me wanting to develop software day after day. I am currently among the laid-off masses of developers searching for a good place to launch the next phase of my career. Having been mostly a lone-wolf developer putting out solutions and services internal to my former employer’s operations (for nearly 13 years), I’m ready to become part of a working team again. I am used to working closely (if not exclusively) with non-developers, taking high-level business-functionality goals and translating those into code. This has helped me become a resourceful self-starter with an intuitive grasp of project management and prioritizing engineering work. I have also worked on small teams, which I thoroughly enjoyed as well.
I am a software craftsman (senior) skilled with Ruby on Rails. I believe in elevating the professional standards of my profession to improve the end user's experience as well as my own.
I was a programmer before I ever realized it. My first experience with code was when I used Lego mindstorm's visual code builder to make my robots do cool things. I laters wrote some code to make simple video games using RPG Toolkit, as well. It wasn't until I was in college pursuing an English degree, while married with a kid on the way that I seriously considered software development as a career. I changed my major to computer science and never looked back. Now as a seasoned professional Ruby on Rails engineer with over 6 years of experience, I have been through a variety of formative experiences that have shaped me. I have taken up the cause of software craftsmanship and want to do whatever I can to raise the bar for my profession. I have seen too many unworkable code bases in my career, and I know that we can make better experiences for both end users and software developers if we persuade the world to give more respect to the software development process. I am skilled at developing well thought out software that is maintainable in the long term. I build things that last, and know how to find the bugs before they impact customers because I write robust and complete tests. I am a realist that knows how to sink my teeth into a problem and ask the right questions, whether you like those questions or not, because I know that is ultimately what is best for the business.
Full-stack software engineer with experience leading in-house and consulting development projects.
More than ready for Primetime
Ruby on Rails Enthusiasist
Hi! I'm a web developer with in-depth experience in Ruby on Rails. In a nutshell, I create websites that help organizations address business challenges and meet their needs. I manage everything from website navigation and layout to a company's web hosting and security architecture. My expertise lies within Full Stack web apps, and the main languages in my tech stack are Ruby, Typescript, React, and of course HTML/CSS. I’m a lifelong learner (currently taking a course on building AI chatbots with Python!) and love video games, basketball, fantasy novels and spending my weekends climbing mountains around the town.
Designer and Developer focused on well designed websites.
With over 12 years of experience across the front-end, back-end, and iOS, Karl found out that Ruby is literally the best. Now he's pivoted his whole career to focus on making amazing websites that use Ruby, and has been developing with Rails for over a year. Karl loves Typography, Graffiti, and really slick websites. He's made award wining websites, dynamic apis, and astonishing iOS apps. He's designed and built design systems, apps, admin panels, marketing websites, and anything else you an imagine. His focus on ruby and great websites gives him an edge to design and develop the interface and logic of an application in tandem. Karl also works on Camping, an open source ruby web micro-framework.
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