All Things oDesk
September 17, 2009 by Amit Bakshi

Here's a continuation of yesterday's post, showcasing some more of the types of providers available for hire here on oDesk. These are the rockstars we'll help you find when your venture-backed startup signs up to take the oDesk Challenge.

Alexander Bondarenko, Web Developer

Alexander Bondarenko is a developer based in Kiev, Ukraine. With a master's degree in computer engineering from the National University of Ukraine, Alexander has the skills that many businesses look for on oDesk. With expertise in PHP, Javascript, HTML, Smarty, Jquery, and the Zend Framework, Alexander has been a successful provider on oDesk for more than 3 years.

Vadim Kravchuk, QA Engineer

Vadim Kravchuk is a QA Engineer based in Zhitomir, Ukraine. He has a master's degree in computer engineering from Engineering and Technology University of Zhitomir. His skillset includes LAMP, PHP, Perl, Delphi as well as administration of ISP, Postgres and Deputy Director. His testing expertise includes manual and automation, black and white-box testing. He is proficient in requirements/architecture/code analysis. Vadim has been testing oDesk projects for the last 3 years.

Suzanne Davis, Customer Support Rep

Suzanne is a customer support representative based in Burns Flat, Oklahoma. She has a background in administration and customer service beginning with companies such as Convergys and Duke Energy. Along the way she transitioned from working in physical call centers and executive offices to working from home answering customer calls while still providing executive level service. She has held roles as HR Manager, Customer Service Trainer and Head of a Customer Service department for several firms, and is now part of the oDesk Customer Support team.

Amit Bakshi

Vice President of Marketing at LawPivot

Amit Bakshi is the Vice President of Marketing at LawPivot. He formerly served as Product Marketing Manager for oDesk.

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