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Python is a dynamic general-purpose, object-oriented programming language designed for code readability and used for web applications (e.g. Google, Yahoo and YouTube). On oDesk, the world’s largest online workplace, companies hire Python programmers to successfully complete jobs including loading datasets, creating widgets, and performing data transformations.
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Last 9+ years, I have been testing and automating applications for Fortune 500 companies. Having 7+ years of work experience in test automation .In that 6+ years on Automating web/mobile app tests using Selenium 2.0(WebDriver) / Selenium 1.0 (RC).Good experience on Mobile automation and integrating tests with CI tools like Jenkins or cloud services like Sauce-labs, BrowserStack. Automation Frameworks development using combination of : - Selenium/WebDriver, Selenium Grid - Appium, Protractor (AngularJS) - Data-driven Selenium tests with external Excel, XML and CSV-based data. - Java / Ruby / Python / PHP - TestNG - ReportNG - JUnit - XMLUnit - Page Object - JBehave - FitNesse - Cucumber - Robot, AutoIt & Sikuli - Jenkins (including integrating with SVN/ Perforce/GitHub/ Saucelabs.) - Maven/ANT - Flex automation agents like Flexmonkium, FlexPilot, SeleniumFlex API * RestFul Web service testing using SoapUI * Performance testing Using JMeter/ SoapUI * Automating websites that involves Map(like Google Maps) interactions I have strong experience in testing various types of software ranging from desktop applications to web applications. Types of testing that I have done include: =============================== - Black Box and White Box Testing - Manual and Automation testing - Smoke testing - Functionality testing - Integration testing - Cosmetic error testing - GUI Testing - Cross browser compatibility testing - Regression testing - User Acceptance Testing - Mobile app testing - Games testing - Performance testing "Passion for Test Automation", "Good Communication", "Think from a customer perspective", "Good error guessing skills", "Analytical and logical thinking", A strong desire for quality" and "An attention to detail" are the qualities of a best Software Test Engineer. So if you are searching for a person with above qualities and abilities.I can ensure you that I best fit in to your mission.
Hi, my name is Kyrylo, and I'm oDesk Verified Mobile Applications Developer. I mainly focus on iOS development with Rubymotion, but also can work with Objective-C and Swift, have a lot of experience in web-development including back-end (Node.js, Ruby on Rails) and front-end development (Angular.js, Ember.js). I was working on applications like PackPoint or TradeGecko that were mentioned by TechCrunch, Lifehacker, TheNextWeb, 9to5Mac, Washington Post, L.A. Times and others. Some other apps were featured in App Store, others have 60k+ monthly users.
I'm expert to scale you business and reduce your costs.. part of my skills: * Big Data (hadoop, cassandra, mesos, spark) * IaaS administration (EC2, Rackspace, Openstack) * web applications profiling, load balancing, high availability (corosync, pacemaker, drbd, gfs, ocfs) * virtualization (kvm, xen, vmware, virtualbox) * deployment systems like puppet, chef, fabric * web servers (apache, varnish, NGINX) * mail servers (postfix, exim) * database servers (postgres, mysql, db2) * dns (bind, powerdns) * ldap (openid for all services) * tomcat, jboss, jetty * jabber (ejabberd, openfire) * ftp (pureftp, proftpd) * monitoring (nagios, munin, graphite, cacti) * networking (routers, firewalls, switches) * development services (subversion, jira, otrs, archiva, hudson and others)
Professional and hobbyist developer, with over 15 years of actual development under the belt and 6 years in 'hands-on' management positions (as engagement manager in a consulting firm and then as a CTO in a web startup). My technical experience ranges from desktop (C/C++/C#/Java/VB, scripting in Python/Ruby/VBA), embedded (PIC, ATMEGA, ARM), web (PHP, Ruby on Rails, JS/Coffeescript, HTML5 and some understanding of web design principles and UX construction) and ERP/Business Intelligence (SAP BW, QlickView). These days (2014), I am mostly doing web dev (front-end/back-end) in Ruby, Python and CoffeeScript - they allow very quick iterations and cutting through tons of boilerplate to get to a MVP as quickly as possible. My skills in C/C++ are a bit rusty, but I'll gladly dust them off for an interesting project :) I read Java and C# and don't mind using them as external dependencies, but I do not enjoy working with those. As for my management experience, I have been leading small and large engagements (up to 2 millions EUR) in offshore settings (India, China), both on-site and remotely I feel like I have a good understanding of the communication and management challenges involved in freelancing. As your contractor, I see myself adding value by challenging your requirements, helping you define clear specifications and, if the assignment is large enough to need more than myself as a developer, I can help you screen out other offshore resources and simplify your outsourcing experience.