Hello, I have developed web sites for 10 years, both for web development companies and also as a developer, I have experience in HTML, XHTML, Javascritp (Jquery and some Extjs), CSS, PHP and Ajax, also developed in JSP and Java, database administrator Mysql and Postgresql.Now I want to develop web site but with a new vision, for people who are out of my country to grow more intellectually and also to demonstrate my skills.Greeting :)
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Hello/Buon giorno/Guten Tag Myself Atul here. Thanks for visiting my profile. Creating quality software is not my hobby/passion but attitude. All i can say is that "Give me an idea or problem and take the solution from me" My Skills -400 hours of Ruby on Rails and AWS experience on oDesk -Ruby on Rails - 3 years exp -Bootstrap, haml, TDD/BDD/CI -Strong in OOPS -Good in writing reusable and maintainable code I had oppurtunity of working with fortune 500 folks like on domains such as Finance/Medical/Search Advertising. That sums up what i can offer to you. So, what are u waiting for. contact me. Yours truly, Atul
Hi! My name is Anton and I'm professional full-stack developer(both frontend and backend). My core values: - Agile web development; - Behavior Driven Design / Test Driven Development; - Git as versions control system; - Rails Best Practices as code quality control; - Code style guides for ruby, rails and coffeescript; - CI and Continuous deployment; P.S. Gentleman always delivers quality. Continuously. P.P.S Please feel free to make me an offer ;)
I am working in the EPAM Systems outsource company. I have been working as a test automation expert for a 4+ years. I have successfully tested and coded over 100 websites and landing pages. I am experienced in Ruby and Java language, Selenium, Jmeter, Webpagetest, BDD and much more. I have got a lot of UI test experience so I am testing for an international travel agency. So I write automation test code (ruby language) and also I make manual verification. Why would you hire me? I will not waste your or my time! As a business graduate I know very well about the value of time and reputation. I will say YES to your projects only when I will be absolutely sure about meeting your requirements 100%. I have an ISTQB certification as well. I am an organized person and a fast worker. I maintain schedules and meet your deadlines. Many of my clients have said that I am the fastest provider they have worked with. I can use latest technologies and I am working with great people. And last of all, I am SKILLED. Thank you
I am QA Engineer by profession and a perfectionist by nature, and for me it is very important to do everything perfectly and bring to a conclusion. I am constantly evolving and moving forward. The last couple of years I have been honing the skill for manual testing, improving my skills in the use of black box testing techniques such as equivalence class testing, boundary value analysis, state transition testing, pairwise testing, etc. Now I'm studying automated testing and making progress in this direction. I use C# and WebDriver for test automation. SKILLS: • Functional, Usability, Security, Load. • Bug Tracking: JIRA, Mantis, Bugzilla, Trello. • Programming: Ruby.
About three years of experience in software quality assurance and testing of Client/Server, multi-tier and web based applications using relational databases. Extensive experience in performing Manual, System, Functional, End-to-End, User Acceptance, Regression, Browser Compatibility, Usability, Interface and Automated testing. As Senior QA Analyst in distributed testing teams, created and managing test plans/cases using Quality Center/Test Director for many projects. Analyzed business/functional requirements and reviewed technical design specifications. Automated and performed Functional and Regression Testing.
I have been working in IT industry more than 9 years. In last 9 years, I became a well-experienced tester and QA manager. Testing and managing the testing of project website applications and software products gave me a great experience in creating test-plans, implementing any kind of testing, such as black-box, white-box, automation, functional, stress and ad hoc.I have a big experience in automation testing like selenium webdriver. I passed successfully ISTQB Foundation level exams and received ISTQB certificate. I focus on customers’ success, customers’ success is my success.
Hi, I've been working in IT since 2003. I have worked mostly as a backend programmer and system architect for several e-commerce and mobile commerce startups that are well known in Russia and the post-Soviet space: * http://money.yandex.ru/ * http://mobi-money.ru/ * http://money.beeline.ru For these projects I have used PHP, C, Java, MySQL, Linux, Memcached, regular expressions, XSLT, SOAP and many other things. Three years ago I moved into the NFC world and since then I've been developing innovative payment and ticketing NFC services for a start-up company. One service is already in use and allows passengers of Moscow's "AeroExpress" trains to use their PayPass/PayWave bank cards: http://www.aeroexpress.ru/ru/press_releases/news20081285.html I developed a distributed system that includes: * Multithreaded servers for each train station that manages dozens of NFC readers and turnstiles and processes transactions in pseudo-realtime mode with delayed transaction authentication. * A central server that provides back office interface for tech support and accountants, collects logs and other information from station servers, and distributes black and white lists of cards across all stations connected to the system. Sometime ago I made a few minor commits to an opensource LibNFC library that made it possible to use it to communicate between a NFC reader and Mifare-enabled USIM cards and dual interface contactless smart cards with mifare functionality. I started to use Ruby as a main programming language in 2008. I should note that my Ruby experience is quite different from a great majority of ruby programmers; I use Ruby not only for Rails but also for communicating with different types of hardware using binary TCP-based protocols or serial ports. Rails are used mostly for creating backoffices (ActiveAdmin) and API web-services.