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  • Stella Pelagatti – Visual Designer

    18.09.2015

    Former clients recommend and praise our freelancer of the week. And the resume of Stella Pelagatti, who is a visual designer with more than ten years of experience, speaks for itself. Stella has worked for brands like Nike, Nestlé, General Motors, Samsung and many more. Why she quit working full time for an agency? Read the whole interview and see why she is absolutely happy about her decision…

  • Alessandra Oliveira – Graphic and Web Designer

    18.09.2015

    Our head of the week, Alessandra Oliveira, is a freelancer with a load of experience under her belt. She has worked as a graphic designer and art director for over 15 years and in freelancing, she especially enjoys being able to have a direct contact with her clients. She also believes that a good briefing at the beginning is the alpha and the omega of a successful cooperation between a client and a freelancer. Curtains up for Alessandra Oliveira from Brasil…

  • Razvan Coca – Linux C++ Developer

    18.09.2015

    “I find a couple of hours of daily walking are a major productivity boost.” Our today’s interviewee Razvan Coca is a Linux C++ Developer. Originally he started out as a Senior Researcher at The National Institute of Material Physics in Bucharest. After working as a Software Developer for a few years, he now enjoys the advantages of being a freelancer and puts all his productivity in realizing his clients’ projects and implementing some of his own ideas...

  • Leonardo Soares – JAVA JEE Developer

    18.09.2015

    After reading Timothy Ferriss book “The 4-hour workweek” and learning how to escape the rat race and how to live more and work less, Leonardo Soares decided to become a freelancer. So far it worked out well and even though the JAVA/JEE Developer isn’t earning ,000 per month yet, he enjoys the newly gained variety of his work. And let’s be honest, being able to do what you love is already amazing and as we all know: money does not buy you happiness...

  • Jani Tarkiainen – Android Developer

    18.09.2015

    Can you imagine sipping a yummy cold Thai mango-shake while sitting in a Finnish sauna, sweating and boosting your blood circulation? No? Maybe our freelancer of the week Jani Tarkiainen can. The 25 year old Finn specialized in Android development and currently lives and works in Thailand. Let´s hear more about his life and resume. And maybe he will reveal whether there are any saunas in Thailand at all…

  • Orlin Dimitrov - Senior Web Developer

    18.09.2015

    You could say that work is a playground for our freelancer of the week, where his knowledge and passion flies high like a kite and his professionalism makes him the confidant of all the other kids on the court. Orlin Dimitrov is a dedicated freelancer and likes to compare WordPress with Lego because it gives you the opportunity to build whatever you want with it. Gather round and read more about his 10 years of experience as a Word Press and Web Developer…

  • Arthur Etti - System Engineer

    18.09.2015

    Our freelancer of the week comes from the fourth largest city in Europe. His name is Arthur Etti and he is from St. Petersburg in Russia. Arthur has specialized in System Engineering and is skilled in using Agile software development methods in which requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing and cross-functional teams. Definitely something worth reading more about! Just like the resume of Arthur Etti...

  • Theo Moraes – ABAP Developer

    18.09.2015

    Our freelancer of the week is Theo Moraes. And with his comment “To be a freelancer means you don´t have to waste any time going to work and back every day” he reminds us of yet another pleasant advantage of being a freelancer. However, right now the ABAP Developer from Brazil cannot enjoy a few more minutes of sleep every morning because he is also working at an IT company. Therefore, it is now time to say: Rise and shine dear Theo Moraes…

  • Vanderlei Sbaraini Amancio – Web Developer

    18.09.2015

    “IT professionals should never feel satisfied with their own professional level. Everything is constantly changing, so we must evolve as well.” This is the philosophy of Vanderlei Sbaraini Amancio which he lives to the fullest. The young Web Developer from Brazil is a multi-talent and constantly picking up new skills to improve his expertise. Art is what motivates him most to evolve further and further. Let´s hear more about his resume and get inspired as well…

  • Ricardo Guzmán – Systems Engineer

    18.09.2015

    Ricardo Guzmán is a systems engineer from Venezuela and highly motivated to work as a freelancer. He is new in the industry and eager to take his first steps in the business and gain new and exciting experiences. The reason why he became a freelancer is that he is very interested in logistics and recently completed his SAP Material Management certificate. What other reasons made him decide to become a freelancer? Read for yourself…

  • Andrew Moko - Big Data and J2EE expert

    18.09.2015

    “Freelancing? I love it!” This is the final statement of the interview with our freelancer of the week, Andrew Moko. As a co-founder of a young start-up in Kenia, Andrew Moko knows exactly about the challenges and problems of building an own business in the IT-industry. But hard work has been rewarded and Andrew Moko nowadays makes a living as a fulltime freelancer. Let us find out how he got there…

  • Helder Olivier - Experienced Multimedia Designer

    18.09.2015

    It is doubtful that anyone ever types “expert with big heart” into the search bar to find a freelancer. But this is who we think should be found through these keywords: our freelancer of the week, Helder Olivier. The very talented and qualified multimedia designer values a kind and compassionate relationship with his clients and project partners and always gives 100%. That being said: check out his awesome looking CV and get an example of his outstanding creative work. And let´s see what colorful picture he paints in our heads while telling us about his life as a freelancer…

  • António Oliveira – Java Senior Developer

    18.09.2015

    He comes from one of the oldest cities in Europe and is a completely and utterly dedicated freelancer. António Oliveira was born in Évora in Portugal which is an UNESCO World Heritage site and unlike his well-preserved birthplace there is nothing medieval about him. The Maximo Asset Management certified analyst, developer and programmer is proud to be part of this exciting and progressive time where anything is possible. Let´s change the world and hear what António Oliveira has to say…

  • Evgeny Shebanin – IT Professional

    18.09.2015

    It has never been that hard to summarize a freelancer portfolio than in the case of our “freelancer of the week” Evgeny Shebanin. Born in Russia but living in Finland, the IT-professional combines several freelancer roles in only one person: Database architect, Business Analyst and Software Developer. In our interview the multi-talent talks about the challenges of being self-employed and encourages other freelancer to extend their portfolios for better chances in the IT-job marked. We warmly welcome Evgeny Shebanin!

  • Antonio Carrasco – Web Designer and Social Media Consultant

    18.09.2015

    Living and working where other people make holidays. Our freelancer of the week, Antonio Carrasco, comes from Andalucía, the land of flamenco, wine, strawberries and “Pata Negra” ham! Despite these temptations, Antonio Carrasco managed to build a successful freelancing business in Spain, working as a social media consultant and web designer (among others). No wonder when we look at his profile! As a computer engineer and master in Business Administration, the freelancer knows both sides of the coin. Let’s meet the Spanish wonder weapon for social media projects: Antonio Carrasco…

  • Ruben Exposito Marin – iOS Developer

    18.09.2015

    100 % remote! This is how we could describe the work style of Ruben Exposito Marin, freelance iOS developer from the sunny south of Spain. Two years ago, Ruben Exposito Marin decided to follow his heart: So he quit his full-time job and started freelancing. Nowadays, he already has developed and redesigned some well-known mobile apps like Instasize and TrainSmart. That is what we call an ideal example of a freelancing career. Let’s check out his recipe for success – an interview with Ruben Exposito Marin!

  • Mika Rantakeisu - Android Developer

    18.09.2015

    Our today’s freelancer of the week comes from the hometown of Santa Claus. Mika Rantakeisu from Lapland is truly an all-round talent in the fields of mobile applications, serving all platforms from iPhone to Windows Phone but set his heart on Android. Right now, he is developing the next Google Play app hit for a Finnish company while freelancing as an Android Developer besides. Let’s meet Mika Rantakeisu, Android Wizard and freelancer from Lapland!

  • Pasquale Ambrosini – Software Engineer and iOS Developer

    18.09.2015

    Pasquale Ambrosini definitely has “the gift of the gab”! Within our interview, the Italian freelancer surprised us and won us over with his charm, wit and sharp tongue. As a Software Engineer and iOS developer, the open-minded freelancers stirs up the Italian and International project market with his mobile apps, fantastic designs and software products. Most of his project orders come from abroad through the World Wide Web. Let’s meet the rock star among our freelancers: Pasquale Ambrosini!