- Fifteen plus years experience in Software Testing.
- Technical contact for, managed, and used IBM/Rational Robot extensively (~ 9 years).
- Managed and used WinRunner extensively (4 years).
- Test environment included Java, .NET Framework, and web based software.
- Tested C and Java APIs.
- Tested embedded and non - embedded systems.
- Three plus years experience in Systems Administration.
- Once held a U.S. governmental security clearance (Inactive).
SYSTEMS: Windows: Windows 8, 7, Vista, 2003, XP, 2000
UNIX: Solaris 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10; IBM AIX: 5.x; HP-UX
Linux: Red Hat, Red Hat Enterprise 3, 4, 5; and SUSE
Mainframe: z/OS 01.13.00 (only briefly)
SERVERS: Solaris; Windows NT 4.0 to 2008; Tomcat 4.1; Squid; ISA 2000; Netware 3.12 and 4.10
DATABASES: MySQL; MS-SQL 6.5, 2000, 2005, 2008; Oracle; some Sybase, IBM DB2, MS Access
BROWSERS: Internet Explorer; Firefox; Chrome; Netscape
LANGUAGES: C; SQL; Java; brief use of Python and Perl
SCRIPTING: Korn, C, and Windows NT Shells; Robot SQABasic; WinRunner; VBS
SOFTWARE: Rational Functional Tester 8.5, Hitachi ID, Active Directory, Quality Center 10 and 11, MS-SQL 2008 Server Management Studio, Toad for Oracle, MS Offices 4.0 to 2010, Rational Team Concert, RSA for Websphere 7.5.5 and 8, Eclipse, Rational Robot, Remedy, VMware, PVCS Tracker, WinRunner 5.0, CC:Mail, Palindrome Archivist, Micro2000; acquainted with Visual C++ 6.0, 2003, 2005 and Visual Café 4.0HARDWARE: PCs, Early Sun Microsystems SparcStationsWORK EXPERIENCE:
Confidential, East Lansing, MI.
Work consisted mainly of manually testing web applications and/or databases. Depending on the project, test plans, test cases, and/or SQL query test scripts were written and executed.
- Projects involving HPQC, some administration was involved.
- One project supported Hitachi ID-Synch.
- Offered an automated solution to a Firefox issue that was provided for Client’s use.
- One project involved brief use of a Mainframe.
- On the last project, Test cases were written (mapped) for Mobile App and Web Portal from documentation. Manually tested the Web Portal. The RFT was briefly used, presenting issues with its use on this project.
Quality Assurance Engineer
Confidential, Ann Arbor, MI
The products serve the financial and energy markets. The methodology was primarily the Waterfall model with some aspects of V and Agile models. Testplans were created (mapped) from technical specification documents. Manual and automated testing was performed on Windows and UNIX/Linux platforms. Defects were entered and tracked in Remedy. The architecture was three-tiered.
- Core FAME: A proprietary database with a proprietary query language (FAME 4GL) tested on Solaris, Windows, RedHat, SUSE, IBM AUX, and HP-UX. Automation was accomplished with the use of NT, Korn, and C scripts, and IBM/Rational Robot, depending on the platform. The scripts ran unattended overnight and reviewed the following day. Some scripts were relegated to sanity and regression testing. (QA team size: four or more)
- C HLI: A C API for Core FAME. The test scripts, written in the language of C, were platform independent and ran unattended overnight. The command line C/C++ compilers used were Sun WorkShop 5.0, GNU, and MS VC++ 6.0, 2003, and 2005. (QA team size: one)
- TimeIQ: A Java API for Core FAME. The test scripts were written in the language of Java and tested on multiple platforms. (QA team size: two to three)
- TimeIQ Charts: This is a suite of JavaBeans specifically for web based charting working with data taken from the FAME database. Rational Robot was used. (QA team size: two to three)
- IChartz: This is a Java/web based charting application working with data pulled from the FAME database. (QA team size: one)
- DataExtractor and Input File Builder: DataExtractor is a Java based command line application released with a Windows GUI application written in C#. The destination options are a CSV or XML file; another FAME database; or a relational database. DataExtractor was tested on multiple platforms manually, adding automation where possible. (QA team size: one)
- PAWS: This legacy GUI application and its Excel Add-in, written in APL, presents energy data taken from its proprietary database. It was tested strictly with Rational Robot. (QA team size: one)
- EnergyScope: This application and its Excel Add-in, written in Java, requests data from the FAME database presenting it in several optional formats. Robot scripts created for PAWS testing were adapted for automated testing. (QA team size: varied)
- Populator: This Excel add-in requested data from the FAME database. (QA team size: one)