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SEEKING WORK - Remote

Python: Django, Tornado, flask, Sqlalchemy

Node.js: express, ejs, sequelize

JS: Backbone.js, jQuery

First week for free to see if we're a good fit. ccarpenterg@gmail.com

https://github.com/ccarpenterg

http://cl.linkedin.com/in/ccarpenterg/

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SEEKING WORK - remote

Python, node.js developer.

I have worked for several startups designing and developing systems, using open source tools and the same methodologies that are discussed on HN. My experience inlvolves the direct collaboration with the founders via remote and on site coordination.

I was one of the Community TAs for the Coursera Machine Learning (Andrew Ng) and Startup Engineering (Balaji S. Srinivasan) classes.

Things I can do for you:

- Setting up a development cycle (ie. dev/staging/production branch model)

- Write web applications in Python and Javascript (node.js, Backbone.js, jQuery, etc)

- Write SQL code (schema design, JOINs, nested queries, recursive queries, inheritance/polymorphism, etc)

- Write front end code using Backbone.js, jQuery

- Write a webapp from scratch

- Dive into your beautiful code ;)

Python: Django, Tornado, Sqlalchemy

node.js: express, ejs, Sequelize

db: Postgresql, PostGis, MySQL

Javascript: Backbone.js, jQuery

CV and references available on your request. Looking forward to meeting you online: ccarpenterg@gmail.com

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SEEKING WORK – remote, from Santiago, Chile

Native Spanish speaker. Working Proficiency in English. Scored 895 out of 990 on the Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC).

I focus on your relational database schema design and SQL. All from SQL antipatterns, unique and partial indexes, JOINs, nested queries, recursive queries to how to represent SQL code on your ORM of choice.

I was the community TA for the Coursera Startup Engineering class and for the Coursera Machine Learning class. I've also worked for several startups as a remote contractor.

Stack

Web development: Python web frameworks (Tornado, Django, Flask, GAE), ORMs (Sqlalchemy, Django ORM), Javascript frameworks and tools (jQuery, Backbone.js, D3.js), node.js (Express, Sequelize)

DevOps: Heroku, Linode, Git branch models, VMs, Ansible

If you need to tackle issues like 'how to ensure we sell a concert ticket (ie. numbered seats) only to one customer given that we have multiple concurrent users trying to buy it at the same time?' or 'how to reference multiple parents for the same database model/table? 'then I might be the right guy for you.

Send me an email at ccarpenterg@gmail.com I look forward to meeting you online.

https://github.com/ccarpenterg

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SEEKING WORK - Remote

I've worked for 3 startups so far doing web development. I'm also a Community TA for the Startup Engineering class and for the Machine Learning class at Coursera (Stanford).

Python/Django/Tornado/GAE Framework: https://github.com/ccarpenterg/todolist https://github.com/ccarpenterg/djangotodos https://github.com/ccarpenterg/tornadotodos

node.js, express.js, ejs, Sequelize, Bookshelf: https://github.com/ccarpenterg/bitstarter

Frontend, jQuery, D3.js, Backbone.js, AngularJS, Bootstrap

Github: https://github.com/ccarpenterg

LinkedIn: http://cl.linkedin.com/in/ccarpenterg/

Drop me a line: ccarpenterg@gmail.com

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Maldives island residents report sighting of 'low flying jet'

Source: http://www.haveeru.com.mv/news/54062

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Perhaps the plane didn't keep flying for 7 hours but it kept floating on the water for those 7 hours (at least that part/device).

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My understanding is that it was the Rolls Royce jet engines that were reporting to satellites for several hours, and that they were reporting some basic maintenance data about themselves (such as whether they were on and functioning). So if the engine had sat in the ocean for five hours and still somehow reported home, it would not have reported that they were still on and functioning.

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I hope you're wrong. If a state was involved that would mean that boarding a plane is extremely dangerous from now on.

This case is really suspicious but I still think this was just an accident.

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Not really...

Nations (and other organizations) have been carrying out false flag operations since forever. In the 1960s there was Operation Northwoods - a plan by the US government to bomb US civilian aircraft and plant evidence it was Cuba who did it to justify invading Cuba. The Joint Chiefs of Staff signed off on it and it would have been implemented except JFK wouldn't sign off on it.

So even if this had nation state involvement, it is about the same danger to get on an aircraft as it always has been, or go out in a crowded event, or theater, school, etc... which are also targets for terrorism. Example would be the failed Lavon Affair http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lavon_Affair

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So what do you actually believe? That this was a false flag operation and that the plane is fine and parked somewhere, perhaps it never took off?

It's hard to believe to say the least. If such scenario does exist what makes you think that you can figure it out by yourself?

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Did you even read what I wrote? I don't believe either. I don't claim to know anything about the plane. I can't even fathom a guess as to what happened to it.

>what makes you think that you can figure it out by yourself?

I don't think I can figure it out myself, nor did I ever claim to or make any attempt to figure it out myself.

I was replying specifically to "If a state was involved that would mean that boarding a plane is extremely dangerous from now on." I was saying if and that is a big if nation states were involved that boarding a plane would not be extremely dangerous from now on. Not any more dangerous that it currently is, as there has always been a history of nation state involvement in aircraft disaster, it just doesn't happen very often.

>and that the plane is fine and parked somewhere, perhaps it never took off

If this was a false flag operation, the plane and its passengers would almost certainly not be fine. They are generally designed to create death.

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Yeah, because states were never behind any deliberate downing of a civilian aircraft, either through external hit or from within the aircraft.

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Why is this being downvoted? Are people really so naive as to not be aware of this?

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Arguments and supporting evidence is much more highly regarded than pithy sarcasm with nothing to back it up.

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At the day and age of google, wikipedia, it should be obvious where to look for those, which are public and very widely known events.

I can think of three with no effort: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iran_Air_Flight_655 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pan_Am_Flight_103 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korean_Air_Lines_Flight_007

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Of course, none of these fit the profile of this incident and all of them occurred before 1990, so, hard to draw a comparison here.

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A couple of (fairly old) North Korean examples:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korean_Air_Lines_YS-11_hijackin...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korean_Air_Flight_858

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> If a state was involved that would mean that boarding a plane is extremely dangerous from now on.

Why, it wouldn't be the first either destruction or hijacking or both of a plane with nation-state involvement, so I don't see how it would change anything?

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The New York Times, quoting American officials and others familiar with the investigation, said radar signals recorded by the Malaysian military appear to show the airliner climbing to 45,000 feet (about 13,700 meters), higher than a Boeing 777’s approved limit, soon after it disappeared from civilian radar, and making a sharp turn to the west.[1]

If the MH370 suddenly climbed to 45,000 feet that would indicate that either (1) there was a mechanical failure so the pilots had to struggle to take the control again or (2) there was a fight in the cockpit that resulted on the abrupt climb.

[1] http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/mar/15/mh370-search-fo...

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My understanding so that the height reached is one of the much more speculative pieces. It's based off the plane pinging a satellite and could easily be off several thousand feet. (Read that earlier)

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No I think the height was from the radar, the part you are talking about is the ping reported a drop of 40,000ft in the span of a minute, which didn't make any sense.

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The height of 45K is estimated with fairly large error bands. That aircraft couldn't get to 45K with the cargo and fuel it had at the time of the report.

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Oil rig worker says he saw Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 burst into flames

Source: http://www.news.com.au/world/oil-rig-worker-says-he-saw-mala...

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SEEKING WORK - Remote / South America / Travel Ok

I'm just putting together a team of two developers and a designer/UI guy. We'll be running a Python/node.js web development shop (Django, Flask, Tornado, express, etc). Our team is focused on MVPs, prototypes and the first cycle of your product (blog, landing page, website, call to action/sign-up/request invite, crowdfunding site, etc).

If you want to chat just drop me a line: ccarpenterg@gmail.com (Cristian / UTC -3)

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