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Mark Adam Meyer

Freelance software Developer at Toptal since August 13, 2017
For over three years, Mark has been working as a software developer in the United States with the last two years specializing in Salesforce application development for Panera Bread. He has led multiple large projects including integrating Salesforce with the Workday ... Click to continue

Dan Borstelmann

Freelance software Developer at Toptal since September 6, 2018
Daniel has worked in startups and enterprise companies doing full-stack web and mobile development for the last five years. He is passionate about quality software, valuable user experience, and team delivery of great products. As a freelancer, Daniel uses the best p... Click to continue

Michael Dietz

Freelance software Developer at Toptal since October 18, 2017
Michael is an experienced software engineer specialized in data engineering/science and deep/machine learning. Previously a software engineer at Nordic Semiconductor ASA and Intel, Inc., he is especially strong at breaking down a problem into its fundamental componen... Click to continue

Daniel Morris

Freelance software Developer at Toptal since May 17, 2016
Daniel is a software developer who for more than nine years has relished working with all sorts of different technologies such as Node.js, JavaScript, Embedded C, C++, Java, .NET, and some Ruby scripting. He is also capable of quickly adapting to new environments, is... Click to continue

Charles DuBose

Freelance software Developer at Toptal since June 15, 2015
Charles has been working with Ruby on Rails since the 1.2 days and has developed traditional client/server as well as API apps. He can handle each part of the architecture from the database to JS to DevOps. The past year has seen a lot of branching out to include Eli... Click to continue