Victor 'zverok' Shepelev is Ukrainian programmer and poet with eighteen years of programming experience and fifteen years of Ruby programming. He is a huge fan of open source and open data, author of multiple Ruby gems (made it to Ruby News Weekly several times!) and creator of molybdenum project, known for reality—an early effort of making entire real-world data computable and accessible from Ruby.
His project was selected for Ruby Association Grant-2015.
Currently, Victor is proud to work at Verbit.ai, and also mentors programming students. The latter also includes being a mentor for SciRuby (Scientific Ruby Foundation) for Google Summer of Code-2016.
You can read more about Victor and his opinions on various programming topics at http://zverok.github.io/
- ruby on rails
- ruby on rails
Ruby world is not limited by Rails. Alternative frameworks, microservices, DSL - you can enrich your own toolkit with them, and I'll help you not to be lost in a variety of technologies.
Rails? or may be Hanami? or Sinatra? or Padrino? Whatever you like. I can teach you any framework written on Ruby. More than that, maybe you wish to build you own framework? Can do that too
- open data
- code quality
Passionate Ruby programmer for more than ten years. Can teach from the very beginning, or help junior/middle programmers in mastering the excellence.
With a dozen of mature gems, mentions in Ruby Weekly and Ruby Association Grant, I know about the development of libraries. And can teach you the difference between "mere code" and a gem.
What the paid period includes?
Unlimited messaging in a private chat;
An individual study plan;
Practical tasks and professional code review;
Lifetime access to the mkdev club where you can find help, advice from professionals and job offers.
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