Android app programmer
I'm an experienced programmer looking to help build Android apps. I've built an app as the lead developer on a team of only 3 which has 10 million downloads on the Google Android Marketplace, worked with a 10 person team on an app with 15 million downloads, and was the sole developer of a third app recently released for a medium-sized company. I have previous experience in contract work building Android apps. I have a plethora of experience in many forms of frontend and backend technologies, but am primarily interested in Android application work at the moment. I would be able to work 20-30 hours per week on a project. I have excellent references on request for previous contract work. matthew.quigley < a t > gmail.com.
- Experience with many databases (postgresql, mysql, mongodb, mssql).
- I am not strong with UI work.
My LinkedIn profile has a more complete summary of my skills, feel free to add me there:
I have a github account with a couple of small Ruby projects that I put together:
If you're interested in speaking with me, I can be contacted via e-mail at email@example.com
* I wrote the CoffeeScript book for PragProg.
* I'm avid about Node.js and jQuery.
I've also been getting into iBooks Author lately. My first iBook, "CoffeeScript: An Interactive Reference," is already available on iTunes (http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/coffeescript/id498532763?mt=...). If you have a fresh idea, I'd love to collaborate with you on an interactive book.
Python/Django/jQuery, with extensive experience building e-commerce marketplaces. I have a research background, data analysis, playing around with NLP right now.
I run a django dev shop, currently taking gigs. Here's my portfolio:
Contact details in my profile or the link above.
Here're some examples from my portfolio:
* http://www.teaspiller.com - An online marketplace for tax experts.
* http://www.garnishbar.com - social network, to share mixed drink recipes
* http://www.fertilityplanit.com, built their self serve ad network + billing and payments.
* http://www.turlytag.com - an app to connect owners with people who found their lost items.
* http://www.fratmusic.com - an online radio streaming app serving over 1.3 million uniques a month.
* http://www.emriq.com - a web based medical records platform for small to medium clinics.
* http://loudfarm.com - A music event site.
and many more.
Domain expertise: low-level computer graphics, hardware interfacing, home/commercial automation.
https://github.com/nitrogenlogic - Github projects
http://www.nitrogenlogic.com/ - Startup (contact me here)
http://nitrogen.posterous.com/home-automation-and-lighting-c... - Early Kinect work
http://www.nitrogenaudio.com/ - Personal web site/portfolio of links
I was trained as a neuroscientist before switching to freelance web development, so I'm well acquainted with data and statistical analysis. I enjoy turning piles of data into useful conclusions.
I also enjoy the "softer" side of web development - A/B conversion testing, sales funnels, AdSense optimization, copywriting, SEO voodoo, etc.
Some recent projects (technical or otherwise):
http://themesquirrel.com/ - Coded and designed by myself, infinite-scroller for ThemeForest.
http://startupfrontier.com/ - Email newsletter where I interview startups who are hiring developers and designers
http://euphonious-intuition.com/USForeignAidVis/ - Demonstration of interactive data using D3.js
http://euphonious-intuition.com/2011/11/personal-infographic... - Personal infographic resume, just for fun :)
My Gmail: zacharyjtong
My portfolio: http://happykoalas.com
My resume: http://happykoalas.com/docs/resume.pdf
I'm primarily a backend/web developer with strengths in PHP, Java and C++. My background consists of stints in the video game industry, co-founding a new media advertising startup, and a collection of client work.
Not sure if others have had success, but I find these threads pretty useful.
Trained as a design architect, I am exploring ways of applying my expertise in the design of 3D physical space to your products. My work ranges from the design of a major public space in a North American urban center to the planning and design of a professional Football stadium. In all of my projects my work centers on creating an optimal user experience while communicating strong ideas about the identity and brand of my clients.
I want to help you develop your products by applying these skills to your design and user interaction challenges. My skill set lies in communicating complex ideas in intuitive ways to clients using 3D visualisation, video and graphic design techniques. Please see my portfolio ( http://emergentforms.com/projects.html ) for samples of my work.
My name is Victor, a 28 year old developer living in Argentina.
* HTML 4 and 5
* Unix administration
* DirectX and OpenGL
I've been programming LAMP based sites for about 9 years and I'm currently working for a very large mobile games developer for 4 years now.
My work in there consists mostly of the following:
* Integrating customer billing for mobile sites, both North American and South American (closed carrier APIs and gateways such as Paypal and Amazon Payments)
* On-call support outside office hours (in which I solve issues with firewalls, programming mistakes made by developers, etc)
* Shop development and design. Basically, these are websites that display content and allow purchases with the aforementioned billing methods.I also focus on improving our custom, in-house developed framework that drives most of the websites.
Previous endeavors include:
* PHP programming and Unix administration at a large South American portal (from 2002 to 2005). It proved to be immensely informative, since we had to deal with a site that gathered several hundred thousand pageviews per day.
* PHP programming and database administration at a credit-report company (from 2005 to 2007). This also proved to be quite helpful, as I had to deal with an ill-maintained IBM Informix database, with poor normalization along with hundreds of millions of rows.
You can contact me at ar_freelancer AT yahoo.com
Thanks for the opportunity!
I'm a designer/coder which I hear is rarity. So there you go!
- Front end: HTML 5, CSS, JS/Jquery.
- PHP development. I'd like to do more 5.3 but I'm more weathered in 5.2 due to client demands. Also Codeigniter. But I can pick up most things.
If you're really desperate, I can hit things with Perl too.
I use Mercurial for source control but I'm comfortable with git also. I'm familiar with most modern day practices & processes. I won't say I've been overly-exposed to something like Agile or TDD for instance because I haven't. But I get these things and I learn quick :)
I have worked on pretty much every kind of site imaginable now and would estimate I've built an area of internet roughly the size of Ireland.
My own site is currently temporarily based at http://pitbot.pgkit.com (and something else I threw together at http://applab.pgkit.com). Happy to supply URL's of other recent work (and not so recent too if you like history!)
Email is in profile.
I'm UK based.
I'm a passionate programmer and product developer. I've been programming professionally since 2002 and I bring expertise in both front-end and back-end development.
In the last ten years, I've successfully executed freelance, open source and enterprise projects. I have been part of cross-functional and cross-cultural teams and I've had the opportunity to work with some very interesting people and companies.
I enjoy building browser based, real-time apps using innovative technologies including Node.js, Socket.io, Express.js, HTML5, JQuery, SugarJS, CSS3 etc.
Enterprise technologies that interest me are primarily Python and Scala. I've been working with NoSQL databases — MongoDB and Google Data Store APIs in particular.
Other technologies that I've had fun with over the years are Adobe Flex, Java (Spring, Hibernate and popular enterprise frameworks), PHP 5 and related platforms, frameworks and libraries.
I'm a keen open-source enthusiast and my GitHub  profile contains contributions to various Node.js, Scala, Python and Adobe Flex projects.
I'm the author of the Apache Maven 3 Cookbook  (Packt Publishing, ISBN 978-1-849512-442) which is available for purchase in stores and on Barnes and Nobles, Amazon and Flipkart.
I'm the creator of Review19  - a next generation, real-time project collaboration tool.
Developers who love: iOS, Rails, Node.js.
Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
App Examples - Product Division:
• Catch the Princess - http://robotsandpencils.com/factory/catch-the-princess/
• Hidden Cities HD - http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/hidden-cities-hd/id487103601?...
• Series A funded Startups to F500
• Media/Hollywood to Oil and Gas.
• LARGE PDF: http://robotsandpencils.static.s3.amazonaws.com/Robots%20and...
We offer profit/royalty share (consulting and product divisions).
I am a frontend web developer (3+ years of freelance experience) and working with:
HTML5, CSS3, JS, jQuery, CoffeeScript, Backbone.js
I also hack stuff for the backend:
Ruby, Rack, Sinatra, Rails, MongoDB, HAML, SASS, Sprockets
- http://jqapi.com (Alternative jQuery Documentation)
- http://usejquery.com (jQuery Showcase and Blog)
- https://github.com/mustardamus/ketchup-plugin (jQuery Form Validation Plugin)
- https://github.com/mustardamus/ (much more)
You can find my email address in my profile.
See our portfolio here:
We can code anything on the web, all the way up to high performance sites with a complex data architecture that can serve hundreds of thousands of uniques per day. The co-founders' GitHub accounts are:
We're used to taking innovative ideas and making them work with the constraints of the technology. We also have successfully built several enterprise systems, including one that let an ad purchasing company manage nationwide marketing campaigns for all radio, tv, and cable stations in the US. Drop us a line...there's a good chance we'll be able to help!
Bib + Tuck is a members only community that makes it possible to continually and affordably refresh your closet by trading clothing, accessories, and shoes with other fashion loving ladies. We are building a disruptive online ecommerce platform with the mission to transform the way fashion is consumed by doing more with less. Read more about us here: http://www.vogue.com/vogue-daily/article/wardrobe-in-need-of...
Looking for an HTML/CSS guru that can help implement a design for an existing Ruby on Rails application.
Nice to haves (experience with..):
- Ruby on Rails
- CSS frameworks like Compass/Blueprint/etc
Email bibandtuckjobs_at_gmail_com if you're interested.
* Ruby (Rails)
I specialize in web development, write clean and efficient components, and I love playing with new tech.
I have been working across the stack for a while now. Most of my experience is in web development open source technologies like Java, PHP, jQuery, MySQL, MongoDB, Memcache, Lucene, HTML, CSS etc on top of Unix environment. I am the author of an android app (market.android.com/details?id=com.rails) that has 50k+ downloads.
Also have experience with tomcat and deploying it on AWS environment. In past I have written a music crawler and a search engine on top of it (It is not live now) . Worked with a social network company where I wrote video metadata pipeline to ingest data from third party video providers. Also, was part of a dev team that wrote the system for sending large scale permission based email campaigns.
Contact me at email@example.com
Front-end engineer primarily leveraging jquery and jqueryui. Was doing single page apps back in 2003 and early influences were oddpost.com and webfx.eae.net.
Professional level backend skills in Rails and Sinatra. Built http://simplton.com start to finish in Rails including all design, coding, and system administration.
Professional level Linux system administration skills. Sold Firewall/NAT devices using hand-compiled RedHat. Very comfortable CentOS,Ubuntu Server, and RHEL.
Check out my CV http://minimul.com/cv and https://github.com/minimul
Mustard Grain is a development shop in the San Francisco Bay Area that deals exclusively with scalability and back-end architecture and implementation. We're always on the lookout for solid, back-end engineers, regardless of location.
We're looking for people who possess a good understanding of a mix the following:
- Java/Ruby/Python/etc. (bonus points for Erlang, Scala, Clojure, etc.)
- Distributed systems principles
- Postgres, MySQL, etc.
- Hadoop and its ecosystem
I started coding in 2003, in the last years I'm more focused on web apps and I have touched a bunch of APIs. I have worked in teams & alone, startups & web agencies.
Maybe relevant for a distributed team, I speak EN FR ES
LAMP (Perl) developer, sysadmin, web developer and email administrator. Looking for small remote freelance projects or full-time work in the area/remote. I have a small UK Ltd company for freelance work at http://cardwellit.com/. I can configure and optimise your server software and debug your server problems. I'm a top quality Perl programmer and pretty good at web dev too. My github account: https://github.com/mikecardwell/ and my tech blog: https://grepular.com/blog/
My specialties are Ruby, Rails, and jQuery, but I also have a great deal of experience with Asp.net MVC.
Over the past year or two, I've primarily been doing Ruby and Rails development for 2 small startups, intermixed with some consulting work as a Team Lead and Ruby/Cucumber mentor at a large financial company.
Email: adam dot albrecht [at] gmail
Backend jack-of-all-trades, concentrating on PHP/C#/MySQL, experienced with Apache/nginx/IIS, and general Linux admin.
A few sample projects I work on in my spare time, using PHP/Kohana/MySQL/jQuery:
I'm very good at finding solutions to complex problems, like working with technology, and am pretty personable :-) I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm a CS undergrad at the University of Chicago, but I have to pay the bills. Bigger projects should probably look elsewhere (until June 9), but I can burn through a lot of work pretty quickly.
Linux Sysadmin with experience in high performance computing. I recently helped save my employer six figures in support costs on outdated hardware by consolidating storage to newer equipment. After the planned downtime ended, there was no impact to the customers.
I code Ruby and Perl, and like to do full stack web development. I created www.instantfounder.com as part of a Hacker News post challenge.
In short, I can help manage any part of your environment whether public facing or not, and help you design a solution to improve your existing business or move into a new space.
Email and LinkedIn in profile.
I've been doing Ruby on Rails for the last 3 years/10 projects, on teams big (7 people), and small (just myself), green-field to rescue projects, from Rails 1.2.3 to Rails 3.1.
I've also done a bit of Django development (about 4 Django projects) - I've been using Python for 8 years now.
I also do iOS programming, or Mac desktop programming. I've been programming in Cocoa since 2001.
http://www.wilcoxd.com or http://www.github.com/rwilcox
Have experience in a multitude of languages (PHP, Java, Perl, Flex, and C++ in order of experience)
Loves projects that use SVN and git for source control
Most professional experience is in the back end web development realm, with some "moonlighting" with desktop and mobile application development
MySQL and MSSQL experience, with some exposure to Postgre and Oracle
Looking for long term projects of at least six months or more.
Based in Atlantic Canada
If my skillset is useful to your project or needs, please contact me via the email shown in my profile (apaprently HN doesnt' have a messaging function. Whoops)
Independent Web & User Interface Designer
I prefer to work with early-stage startups and smaller companies looking to develop a consistent visual design for their products. My rates are affordable and flexible. I'm comfortable with: Visual Design (Photoshop), HTML(5), CSS(3), jQuery, and Wordpress (Theme Development).
You can view my work at: http://www.ryanglover.net and http://dribbble.com/rglover
Please direct any questions to: email@example.com
I've been working with the Cocoa frameworks for the past three years, started doing freelance/contract projects around the time Apple introduced the iPad, and have been working almost exclusively as a contract app developer ever since.
• Branded/Customized "Look and feel" with UIKit
• MapKit / CoreLocation
• Core Data
Feel free to take a look at my resume and portfolio: www.zackmartin.com/Resume_Portfolio.pdf or email me at zack (at) zackmartin.com and we'll talk.
Looking forward to working with some HNers.
Professional software engineer, developer, manager of one. I'm focused on web applications development, automation of business processes, scientific applications and machine learning.
What I like to do:
- System architecture and software engineering
- Full-stack web applications
- Python development (web mostly with Django, backends, data retrieving and processing)
- Data modelling with relational and non-relational databases
Find out more on http://en.ig.ma/ and contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
11+ years experience on MS platforms.
- .Net (ASP.Net web dev, client apps, back-end server jobs, C# or VB.Net),
- SQL Server v7-2008R2.
- SAS if you use that. Done a little PHP / MySQL when I've had to!
Or, in a different direction, I can take photos for you. Want product shots, headshots of your senior team or whatever? I can rock up at yours with a full mobile studio rig, or work from my end.
Contact: eftpotrm [at] yahoo [dot] com
Lion is seeking an ambitious and motivated intern for 2012. This position is remote based; the person required should be willing to work both in their own location and on their own initiative. This is ideal for someone passionate about marketing or sales.
Tasks to do:
- Provide week-to-week support.
- Engage with users of Lion in the Lion.co.uk Community.
- Manage social media presences.
- Track and manage brand mentions and coverage.
- Research as needed.
- Serve as a brand ambassador for Lion online and offline.
Contact email@example.com or via HN profile.
EXperience with many technologies:
- iOS and Android development
- Web development with Django
- server languages of choice: Scala/Python/Java
I can do:
* Mascots (like the conversion experts in the box:
* Game Art (backgrounds, environment, items)
* Character Design/Development
* iOS Game Art
Here's my portfolio site: http://www.taxidermyrobot.com
I am open to: Part Time, Freelance
Email me if you're interested in my work:
I would love to hear about your project, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested in fulltime or freelance
Expert or fully proficient (5+years) with:
* many js libraries and frameworks
* html5, css3
* Mysql, postgresql
* graphic design
Some knowledge in:
* node.js, python, ruby, coffeescript, java, bash
Visit http://goo.gl/z6dkx (site under redesign) for links.
* Rated 5 stars at odesk http://goo.gl/fGbK4
* self-taught, natural programmer, fast learner
mail: daniel at ozkeebo.com
Combo designer/developer (more front-end). I am a generalist who can sketch and design your UI, turn that into a prototype, wire it to the backend and deploy it. Though I work best (fastest?) when I'm working on the front-end, I am not afraid to dive in and mess with models.
* Ruby on Rails
* jQuery, jQueryMobile
Email bobby at impressar.io
I'm an experienced developer that is new to Rails and am looking for freelance work. I'm a self-starter but would like to do some work where I can benefit from working with someone (or a team) that has solid experience. I can work under-market for awhile. Please contact me if you're looking for support on your projects. bglenn09 at gmail dot com.
Looking for a challenge in functional programming,FP. I know Clojure. http://xkcd.com/208/
Looking for small-medium sized web related work in PHP/MySQL. I can also work on Titanium Appcelerator.
Mobile apps developer. iOS or Android.
I have been working at mobile startups a good percentage of the last decade. I consider myself all terrain. I can also work with Ruby, Java, C and JS.
Writer able to do content creation for web developers & graphic designers. Published with CBS News, literary journal, other venues. Have decent HTML skills, so can work within those files. Photography too.
* Front-end JS / Coffeescript / Backbone
Former startup founder, preferably looking to contract for small (funded) companies.
Linked In: http://www.linkedin.com/in/derekdahmer
email derekdahmer at gmail
UK based Web dev generalist. Lots of M$ experience, c#, sql server. Bits of PHP and Rails - enough to put something small together. Ditto for Python.
I moonlight on iOS apps, though I'm by no means a "rockstar".
contact: username @ gmail
We Need a RoR developer who can help set up a CMS and do some custom work to support different content types.
This is a 30 day contract.
We tend to only work with the best people who can manage themselves. If that sounds like you, hit us up!
You can work from home or our office in Greenpoint, but we prefer NYC residents.
C++/Qt, PHP, Python, HTML/JS(CS)/CSS are my specialities but can drop into C#, Java, etc when the need arises.
Pretty close to releasing my first native iOS app so have some experience with Obj-C/Xcode.
Part-time/side projects preferred but FT for right opportunity.
LAMPing it for fifteen years (I'll gloss over 4-year Java career "blip"). PHP, Rails, a dash of iOS. Could probably still do Perl if you are willing to pay for the regression under hypnosis sessions.
* Ruby on Rails
* Backbone, jQuery
Im looking to pick up a few extra freelance projects. You can see my front-end design skills here: http://twogiraffes.com/our-work
Also proficient in Wordpress, mobile design, and django/php
Do get in touch and let's talk :)
- Full stack web development (PHP, getting started with Django).
- I'm getting started with iOS development.
- I can also develop desktop applications with Qt.
github account: http://github.com/stefano
- iOS, Ruby on Rails, MySQL, general web frontend (HTML/CSS/JS)
read about me and view work + contact info at http://bit.ly/AiQ4c8
Web Design(including responsive design)/HTML/CSS/WordPess
Portfolio + contact info: http://lauriliimatta.com
Web interface designer from California. I work with companies around the world on application design, usability, and branding.
HTML5 / CSS3 (Sass, Stylus) / JS / Photoshop / iOS
PYTHON/DJANGO dev from Warsaw, Poland. I can also do front-end stuff - CSS/JS/Jquery.
More about me and contact info on http://zalew.net
* HTML5, CSS3, SASS
* Responsive Web Design/Mobile front-end development
* jQuery/JS (beginner to intermediate level)
* WordPress based PHP and themeing
* Photoshop proficient
Ruby on Rails, jruby, java, C/C++
We are bootstrapped and profitable.
Golang, Python, AppEngine, iOS, PHP, SQL, full web stack, over 20 yrs experience, market rates that won't kill your budget, just ask.
Email in profile.
you can reach me at tirrellp at hotmail
- iOS & Mac Developer
- Albany, NY location makes some on site work possible for NYC or Boston areas
PHP (with special love to WordPress) for the back-end
CakePHP / MySQL / Jquery / CSS
- Embedded systems C/C++
- Linux device drivers
- High performance networking experience
- iOS development
- Some node.js experience
I'm an M.Sc. in computer science, and a member of ACM and the GNOME Foundation.
I'm good with C, POSIX programming environment (esp. on Linux), the GNU toolchain and other development tools like automake, valgrind, etc.
I like computer graphics, so much that I've been a GIMP developer for nearly 10 years now. I also write code for GEGL and Raster.
A sample graphics article:
I also have experience with network programming (bsd-sockets) and the POSIX programming environment in general. Some articles which made it to Hacker News frontpage:
I have been creating websites for various things (remember the GIMP splash competition?) for many years. I use PHP and PostgreSQL. It serves me well and I write neat code. Sometimes it needs going further:
My Ohloh page:
My first computer experience was on a 8088. I learned BASIC, then found a book on assembly language and learned 8086 assembly. (The nop opcode 0x90 is the same as the opcode for xchg ax, ax). Like it or not, Jurassic Park got me interested in UNIX and because we only had 8088 DOS machines, I got to buy the MINIX 1.0 Tannenbaum book, read it cover to.. well quite a bit of code at the back :), and _learn_ about UNIX before I could sit at a tty. Eventually when we got to senior year they let us use SCO UNIX via dumb terminals. That sucked. Thankfully, it was not long before a magazine shipped a copy of Slackware and I got a 486 to run it. Back then, you had to configure X by hand. But once things were configured, it was steady and fast. There were so many programs. Jurassic Park also got me interested in graphics and I learned a lot from magazines. :) On one CD, they shipped a mirror of portions of sunsite with a ton of graphics programs (source code). But many didn't compile on Linux and it required patching C code..
I have to live in India on account of my family being settled here. But I can work on anything, have telecommute experience, and you can talk to references about work quality.
What would you like me to do for you?