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Vsevolod has more than 7 years in IT industry.
He has experience in building test automation from scratch in mobile, desktop, web projects (especially for financial companies). He switched to full-stack development and worked for 1.5 years by the contract at Google in California. After living in the sunshine place Vsevolod decided that he was missing sunny days in St. Petersburg, so he moved back there. Right now he's living in St. Petersburg and working as a senior developer at Grid Dynamics.
He's passionate about meetups, conferences, hackatons.
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Andrei is involved in testing at Amazon Web Services. Previously he has worked in various projects: testing distributed NewSQL database at Yandex, cloud antivirus detection system at Kaspersky Lab, online multiplayer game at Mail.ru, and foreign exchange pricing service at Deutsche Bank. Andrei is interested in testing large scale distributed and backend systems.
Nikita was working in outsourcing and product companies on automation of embedded Linux-based OS, comprehensive VPN solutions for business, software and hardware complexes. Since January 2012, he works as a group lead of testing automation at Odnoklassniki.
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