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Who I am:
I am the lead engineer for a startup Rails application in its first 3 months of development. I am looking to expand my team and iterate quickly as we move toward and beyond our initial public launch.
Who I'm looking for:
I am looking for talented, experienced, and passionate Ruby on Rails developers. The right candidate:
- knows how to ...
Skills: ruby on rails, css, html, rspec, coffeescript
I am currently looking for a rails expert who has time to implement a full educational website. Over the past weeks, I have been learning Rails, hired few freelancers to do some small project, but I still don't have the skills and experience needed to create and deploy a full web application before the end of the month.
I am looking for someo...
Skills: html, postgresql administration, ruby on rails, jquery
“Abdul is a great freelancer! Great communication, great ruby on rails skills, proactive and very professional; he also asks the right questions, so that we make sure everything is clear and understood. That was really nice working with him!”
“It was a great time while I was working with Edouard. Communication was transparent and everything was clear while I worked with him. I am really very much happy working with Edouard and will work with him again soon.”
We have a data warehouse portal built in Ruby using Rails running at Engine Yard that stores meta data in a PostgreSQL DB and raw data in AWS S3. We're setting up a SQL Server at Rackspace to provide data via ODBC to financial analysts, marketing people, and other data consumers via Excel spreadsheets. We will also be setting up a reporting produ...
Skills: postgresql programming, ruby, ruby on rails, ms sql server, rspec
We need a very simple Ruby gem that I would like to commission as an open-source project under the MIT license or something similar. The gem needs to support converting an integer into a "record locator" code, similar to a base 36 encoding. Unlike base 36 encoding, we want to eliminate potentially confusing characters from the encoding. We do no...
“Abdul is amazing, and as soon as I figured that out I hired him again. Take a look at what he built for us, his work speaks for itself: https://github.com/VenueDriver/record_locator It's exactly what I asked for, and the quality is as high as I can imagine. I'm proud to have commissioned it and I'm waiting for him to accept the next job so that I can keep working with him.”
“Ryan is a great client I seen ever! Its really great opportunity to work with him :-) I feel I will work with him as long as he wants, even for all time in my life. Over the job period, he explained stuff so clean that I never asked any questions second time :-)”