The latest Blog Post on the Upwork Engineering blog is Part 1 of a trilogy written by our very own Application Engineering Backend Architect, Anton Goldberg!
Here's an excerpt of the post:
In one of the Upwork Engineering Blog articles, there was a mention on the impact of site speed on any technology business:
Site speed has real business impact to any technology business and is no l...
Hi all I have had 2 successful client on Upwork and Fiverr that gave five-star ratings. I have added their comment to the top of my profile summary. Since I was successful with at least 2 project, I am considering furthering updating my profile title and summary to reflect the work I was doing, the type of clients I worked with and the industry. Will this help me get more clients or should I leave it alone? Your thoughts. Thank you, Tommy F Link: https://www.upwork.com/freelancers/~01876f80d2b5a78f0d
Hey everyone, I'm a frontend engineer with over a year of professional experience. I specialize in using Next.js with TypeScript to build cool applications. I also have some knowledge of backend technologies like Node.js and Express.js, which helps me create APIs to connect the frontend and backend smoothly. When it comes to databases, I've worked with PostgreSQL and MongoDB. I know how to store and retrieve data effectively for applications. I really enjoy writing high-quality code and creating user-friendly interfaces to make the user experience awesome. I'm super excited to be a part of this community and always ready to learn more. If you need any help, feel free to reach out. I'm here to share my knowledge and expertise to help you overcome any challenges you face.
Hello everyone, I am delighted to have this opportunity to introduce myself as the new Co-Lead of the Engineering Community Group. My name is Nemanja Đokić, and I am thrilled to be joining this vibrant and talented community. With six years of experience as a software developer, I have had the privilege of working on a diverse range of projects and collaborating with clients from around the globe. For the past three to four years, I have been an active member of the Upwork platform, where I have established myself as a Top Rated Plus freelancer. This recognition not only highlights my proficiency but also reflects my dedication to delivering high-quality work and ensuring client satisfaction. As a software developer (full-stack), I have encountered numerous challenges and gained valuable insights along the way. Now, as the Co-Lead of this community, I am excited to share my experience, knowledge, and expertise with all of you. I strongly believe in the power of collaboration and the potential that lies within connecting with fellow engineers. Together, we can inspire one another, learn from each other's experiences, and collectively elevate the standards of our craft. My main goal as Co-Lead is to foster an inclusive and supportive environment where engineers can thrive. Whether you are a seasoned professional or just starting your journey in engineering, I am here to support you and contribute to your growth. I am genuinely excited to embark on this new role and connect with all of you. Together, let's seize the opportunities that lie ahead, collaborate on innovative projects, and collectively make a positive impact in the world of engineering. Thank you for welcoming me into this community, and I look forward to connecting with each and every one of you. Best regards, Nemanja Đokić
I'm Ahmed Fathi, a certified ISTQB professional with a strong passion for manual testing. However, I'm facing a challenge in applying my theoretical knowledge to practical scenarios. I'm in need of an expert manual testing mentor who can help me bridge the gap between theory and practice. I'm eager to learn and willing to offer my assistance free of charge. If you're an experienced professional willing to support my learning journey, please reach out to me. Thank you! Ahmed Fathi
I am constantly getting invited to projects that either I do not qualify for or I do not have time for. I always decline and tell them why but I would rather refer another freelancer. Would anyone like to connect to share projects with each other? I want to support one another so please let me know! -Vanessa
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