Freelance Git Developers Available for Hire

John Ryan, freelance Git programmerHire Now
Freelance Git developer in Minot, United States

Full-Stack Web Developer & Hybrid Mobile Developer (Ionic 1 / 2 / 3 + Angular 1 / 2 / 4) | Previously: Senior Software Engineer @ SmartThings / Samsung

Formerly lead Git + GitHub instructor for Target HQ Taught Git/GitHub fundamentals to 200+ engineers/interns/new hires Independent consultant with local companies for in-person Git/GitHub/JavaScript classes for engineers
Dave Sullivan, top Git developerHire Now
Freelance Git developer in Toronto, Canada

Full-stack Freelance Developer

I've been in charge of defining Git workflows almost the entire time I've been using it, almost always with several developers, so lots of different branches and merge conflicts to resolve.
Michael G Schwern, Git freelancer and developerHire Now
Freelance Git developer in Portland, United States

Installed a Perl module? You're using my code.

I make Git make sense. I can teach you Git so you really understand what's going on, how to use it most effectively, and to get the most out of Git. If you got yourself into a mess with Git, I can help you get out of it. Merge conflicts, rebase issues, I can help.
Michael Lungo, top Git developerHire Now
Freelance Git developer in Ashburn, United States

Full Stack Web & Mobile Software Programmer, Consultant

I've been programming since 1997. From PHP to VB to Ruby to Objective C.. I've been around and back again. Now I want to share the absurd amount of learning I've done in that time with you!
Miroslav Kuťák, senior Git developerHire Now
Freelance Git developer in Ashburn, United States

1000+ sessions, #1 iOS & Swift Mentor of 2016 & 2017, senior iOS dev, co-founder @Movez LLC

What's not to love? I use GIT everywhere I go. As an individual and in teams.
Matt Smith, Git freelance developerHire Now
Freelance Git developer in Ashburn, United States
I have been using git as my primary SCM daily for 5 years. I prefer a rebase approach, with the goal of a linear history. However, I have worked on teams that preferred a merge approach. To the later I have maintained a standard of maintaining my changes by rebasing, then merging only when my work has completed. I have used git flow, both the github and nvue variations. I also enjoy doing patch-wise additions.
john o'connor, top Git developerHire Now
Freelance Git developer in Lake Elsinore, United States

Mentor and Professor for Android, Node.js, and Angular

I began using git at Northrop Grumman after transitioning away from Subversion, and it has become my VCS of choice. I've converted companies from various VCS (ClearCase, Subversion, and Visual Source Safe) over to git. In addition to knowledge of the major use-cases, I've also created git-hooks for automating QA, Configuration Management, and Deployment tasks for all of these clients (allowing developers to push to a repository and automatically deploy in the same way heroku does).
Josh David Miller, Git freelancer and developerHire Now
Freelance Git developer in Redding, United States

startup advisor, speaker, CEO. More than mildly obsessed in seeing founders succeed. I only use my powers for good.

Let me just say right off that I love Git. I worked in CVS and SVN before and Git blew my mind with its capabilities and the workflows it supports. I have a lot of experience helping product teams set up complex workflows in Git, involving various branching strategies, continuous integration, and continuous deployment. Reach out if you'd like some help grokking workflows in Git, getting set up with the right processes, or understanding how to accomplish a particular task. I'd love to help!
Adam Goldman, Git freelance coderHire Now
Freelance Git developer in Phuket, Thailand

Relax, it's just life ...

Git is my VCS of choice. My basic guidelines r: - Atomic commits - Don't commit to master (enforce with a pre-commit hook) - Run tests and linting on pre-commit -No rebase (loss of history isn't worth the neatness of the network graph) - Summarize PRs - Make PRs as small as possible - Close issues through commit/PR messages whenever possible - Let CI (I use travis) manage releases and deploy to staging for you
Rishabh Shukla, senior Git developerHire Now
Freelance Git developer in Darjeeling, India

CTO/Deep learning Researcher (NLP) @ Neuron

I have been working with Github for more than 5 years now, and am well acquainted with the caveats of the same. I have been extensively involved in open source for years and of course Github is your best friend there. I have also taken multiple open source workshops on Github as well as was a GSOC intern in 2014.
Lucas Lobosque, senior Git developerHire Now
Freelance Git developer in Florianópolis, Brazil

Full Stack Engineer

Git is a development team best friend, and mastering this tool is often overlooked by many developers. Besides using git, I have experience getting the most out of tools like Github and specially Gitlab, which I recently fell in love with since you can set up all your development pipeline in a single place!
Christoph Wagner, Git dev and freelancerHire Now
Freelance Git developer in Costa Mesa, United States

Experienced full-stack developer. I see code as an art form.

Git is my homeboy. Since switching from Subversion back in 2011, I quickly learned everything I could about it, from the the simplest merge over cherry-pick and bisect all the way to tricky rebases. I'd say I'm fairly advanced these days.
Aaron Reisman, top Git developerHire Now
Freelance Git developer in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

If we can think of it, we can build it

Git is one of the greatest technologies developed. Mainly due to it's success in avoiding a big pitfall: high reliancy on a master server. Being a distributed system, Git allows developers to track changes across multiple computers, allowing you to collaborate in a way where developers are not conflicting when trying to contribute.
Chandraprakash Sharma, Git coder and developerHire Now
Freelance Git developer in Jaipur, India

Technical Architect, Software Engineer/Developer, and a Roboticist with passion for Knowledge Flow

I have used git extensively in my projects and have deployed/managed self-hosted gitlab-server with mechanisms for internal<->public code sharing for open source projects.
Flavius Aspra, top Git developerHire Now
Freelance Git developer in Ashburn, United States

I write, nurture and love clean, testable architectures. Language doesn't matter. I eat two technology stacks and a Linux meal a day.

I've migrated my current employer's code from SVN to git. I'm the go-to person in the company for git-related problems. Remember the shell expertise I've mentioned? Yes, I've dealt with git plumbing commands also. A lot.

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