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Freelancer? / Seeking freelancer?

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Chris Oliver Mod Staff commented on :

Similar to the Hacker News thread, I thought we might start up a thread for anyone looking to hire a Ruby / Rails freelancer or if you're a freelancer looking for work.

Please lead with either SEEKING WORK or SEEKING FREELANCER, your location, and whether remote work is a possibility.


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Andrew Scott commented on :

SEEKING WORK

London, seeking side projects (have around 40 hours a week free). Intermediate dev 2 years in Ruby/Rails, specialist in Spree, but also do JS/Elixir and front end work. Rapidly improving at DevOps. Email is [email protected]

Cheers,

Andrew


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Matt Brown commented on :

SEEKING WORK

Located in San Francisco / bay area. Full-time freelancer, experienced with full stack Rails and iOS. Specialty and personal interest in B2B apps and integrating with 3rd party services like Shopify, Stripe, etc. https://railsfreelance.com


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Alan Reid Mod commented on :

If you have a portfolio it would be handy to have links too ;) Great idea btw Chris.


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Andrew Scott commented on :

Don't have a portfolio persé since 95% of my work has been under a pretty tight NDA, but have http://github.com/askl56 and https:[email protected]. I can provide snippets on request :)


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Melanie commented on :

SEEKING FREELANCER (remote - via skype)

Before I give up on trying to learn how to use polymorphic associations in my app, I thought I might try here to find someone that might know how to help. I've outlined my issue in this Stack Overflow post.

The frustrating part about trying to figure this problem out is that I can do what I want to do in the console. I just cant make the code work in a consistent way.

Here is my most recent post outlining the problem and the best 10 attempts I've made at trying to solve it. If you can help me, I'd love to know how to use this association - otherwise I'll give up and make separate resources for each duplicate relationship.

I'm happy to pay for help (but find on codementor.io and similar, that I tend to spend hours watching people decide that they cant help). It gets frustrating and expensive.

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/40518887/rails-5-using-polymorphic-associations-rendering-the-views


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Nick McNeany commented on :

@Melanie, DON'T GIVE UP!!!

Have you watched this video? https://gorails.com/episodes/comments-with-polymorphic-associations?autoplay=1

Good Luck!


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victor hazbun commented on :

SEEKING WORK

Located in Colombia / Quindio. Ruby / Javascript developer +6 years experience. http://victorhazbun.ninja/


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Karim Tarek commented on :

SEEKING WORK / Toronto,Canada / Remote

I'm a full-stack Ruby on Rails developer / UI designer.
Things I know and use: Ruby, Ruby on Rails, RSpec, Capybara, PostgreSQL, Heroku, Javascript, jQuery, HTML, ERb, Haml, CSS, SCSS

Resume/Portfolio: http://www.gotimeliner.com/karim-tarek

☮️


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Nick McNeany commented on :

@Karim, I signed up at gotimeliner! Really cool idea! Nice job!


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Karim Tarek commented on :

Hey Nick, thanks a lot for giving Timeliner a shot, I'd love to hear your feedback so far if you don't mind sharing :)


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Chris Zempel commented on :

Wow. How many times have I looked at this and not actually seen it? I ignore stickied topics apparently.

SEEKING WORK

Location: St. Louis, MO

Technologies Used: Ruby, Rails, Javascript, React, jQuery/Coffeescript. Experience with UX design, fairly proficient with vanilla css, lots of experience with popular css frameworks. I can stand up a Rails app on a fresh Linux box and troubleshoot server errors, but I prefer to have other people handle hosting :)

email: [email protected]

Website: http://chriszempel.com/

Available for remote work. Lots of experience pair programming and remotely managing projects. You know those automatic emails founders send a couple days after you've signed up? I always respond to those. So feel free to reach out with any questions, problems, or gossip. I'd love to hear from you.


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Maor Tzabari commented on :

SEEKING FREELANCER in Chicago area, remotly is an option
I need someone that can do anything with Rails, if you're think it's you feel free to email me: [email protected]


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Arjun Rajkumar commented on :

Seeking Freelancer (remote via Skype)
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I need help accessing the **GOogle Adwords API + Google Analytics API
.. Been trying to learn this on my own, but am stuck and not really getting anywhere. With the Google Adwords API, I am able to retrieve campaign details via the console, but I am doing something wrong while accessing it via the app.

Was hoping that someone here has used these APIs before and can show me how to do the same. Will pay for your time, and it can be done online. It'll greatly help if I can see how someone experienced with this, goes about it.

Let me know.. You can reply here - or my email is [email protected]

Thanks

Arjun


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Nicolas Brousse commented on :

SEEKING WORK. Located in France. Remote work

I'm Ruby on Rails developer with +5 years of experience in web development.
I've some basics on DevOps.
I use: Ruby, Ruby on Rails, RSpec, PostgreSQL, SCSS, memcached, GitLab (+ GitLab CI), capistrano and auto-deployment, vagrant.

email: [email protected]
website: http://nicolas-brousse.fr


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Bob Walsh commented on :

SEEKING WORK. Located in the San Francisco Bay Area. Remote work.

I'm an experienced Rails developer with 4 multi-year contracts/jobs and half-dozen remote contracts that I've done. Full stack, but have used react.js for mobile front end views. Extremely good at clinet communications.

Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/in/bobwalsh/

email: [email protected]
website: http://47hats.com/website: http://47hats.com/


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