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     Date Submitted:07-11-2018
     Last Modified:09-11-2018 (07:57)
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     Current job:Lead QA Engineer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services
     Keywordsproject management; scrum; agile; people management; software development; software quality assurance;


    2017 - MSc. in Electrical Engineering - Economist at Budapest Corvinus University

       Thesis: Driving and planning innovation in the Hungarian Space Industry

    2014 - ISTQB Certified Tester Foundation Level

    2008 - MCPD Web Developer

    2006 - MCSD for Microsoft .NET

    2005 - MCAD for Microsoft .NET

    2004 - MSc. in Electrical Engineering at Budapest University of Technology and Economics

    2001 - MCP

    1998 - Computer Programmer

    1997 - BCSE at Jedlik Ányos Secondary School, Győr


    Work Experience

    2017-2018 - Business planning of National Space Agency for Hungary (personal project)

       Business conception created in cooperation with thesis consultant and opponent.


    2009-present - Senior Software Engineer, Lead Quality Assurance Engineer at Cognex Hungary Ltd.

       Design and implementation of software products.

       Definition and institutionalization of project processes for the business unit.

       Design and implementation of test and build automation framework.

       Design and implementation of software build and release management.

       Leadership of an international QA team.

       Scrum Master.


       Microsoft .NET, C#;

       Windows CE, .NET Compact Framework;

       Microsoft SQL Server 2008;

       TeamCity, NUnit, PowerShell, ClearCase, Subversion, Git, VMWare;

       Micro Focus TestPartner, Ranorex;

       Seapine TestTrack, Version One, Microsoft Project, Liquid Planner;

       Cognex In-Sight product line.

    Business areas: factory automation.


    2003-2009 - Software Developer, Senior and Lead Developer at Synergon Information Systems Plc.

       Inception, design, development, third level support and technical project leadership of custom software solutions.

       Design of source code management conception (TFS, Subversion).

       Consultation on agile software development practices, RUP, OOAD and UML.

       Implementation and support of NATO AQAP-160 quality management system.

       Participation in quality assurance audits (ISO, NATO AQAP, Paks ABOS).

       Mentor for developers and trainees.

       Technical support of presales activities.


       C# .NET, Windows Forms 2.0, ASP.NET web services and web applications, .NET based Windows Services and COM+ services;

       Microsoft SQL Server 2000, 2005, NHibernate;

        Automated unit and integration tests using NUnit;

        Windows Media Services, Active Directory, Microsoft Project Server 2003, Project Pro 2003, Word 2003, Excel 2003, InfoPath 2003, SharePoint 2003, Plumtree;

        Oracle BPEL web services.

    Business areas: e-learning, project management, software development, telecommunications, defense.


    2000-2003 - Software Developer at Aspen BLC Ltd.

       Lotus Extended Search: Java development.

       Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2001: Visual Basic 6 development.


    Presentations and papers

    2009 - Agile Software Development in Practice,

       Magyar Minőség Issue 4 April 2009

    2008 - Agile Process Improvement,

       CEE-SPI 2008 2nd Central and Eastern European Annual Conference for Software Process Improvement, Budapest, Hungary

    2008 - Agile Software Development and/or CMMI (?),

       4th Architecture Forum, Budapest, Hungary

    2007 - Integrating agile and CMMI approaches in software development,

       CEE-SPI 2007 1st Central and Eastern European Annual Conference for Software Process Improvement, Krakow, Poland

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