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Location: Cle Elum, United States

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  • $300 USD In Progress

    I have a product management software module and an associated license management system that needs modification. These to applications require changes to access the current network and to correctly update and document license issuance. These changes should be done in conjunction to updating the .NET components to current standards for the rest of the application suite. The timeframe on this project is short and is critical for our organization.

  • $20 USD/hr In Progress

    This will be an ongoing position. We need to add a member to our team to help with support and troubleshooting of of our medical records routing system.This person will be remoting in to the central host server to verify client configurations and check logs to look for and troubleshoot errors. He will access the core SQL database to monitor for and troubleshoot issues with the trafficking of records.When not troubleshooting and doing general maintenance and assisting with new client installations, this engineer will work with the development team in the role of QA for testing code changes and new code rollouts.The support engineer will be able to work fully remotely but will be "client facing" in that there will be much time spent with staff and clients on WebEx"s and taking support calls. Therefore we are looking for people located in the US or Canada, and who are native English speakers.This position will be ongoing, and will generally be full time or close to it. Most work but will be during business hours, but occasional off hour work will be required when responding to support calls, or doing installations.

  • ₹1250 INR Nov 11, 2013

    I need to build an application which will have 24 sliders on it. I need to receive output on serial port whenever slider position is changed. You also need to add some features like multiple slider change with checkbox and changing all the sliders together. We might make slight modification to project after we test it and you will be expected to make those changes. I have attached photo of the application which is ready with me but not working as per our needs. Upon project finalize, I will share the source code and you will be able to work on the project.

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Jul 2013 - Present (1 year)

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Software Design Engineer

Mar 2012 - Jun 2013 (1 year)

Chameleon Technologies / Microsoft Corporation

• Developed unit tests to verify a WCF interface to a database<br />• Developed Excel automation in C# and PowerShell 3.0 for processing stress run data from the Xbox One<br />

Software Design Engineer in Test II

Mar 2011 - Mar 2012 (1 year)

VMC Consulting Services / Microsoft Corporation

• Supported WTT 2.6 & WTT 2.7 at the Tier 3 (most difficult) level.<br />• Supported about 19 different C# utilities.<br />• Rewrote one C# utility & created a C++ tool.<br />• Wrote several small PowerShell & Windows command scripts

Software Design Engineer I

Jul 2010 - Dec 2010 (5 months)

Aditi Technologies/ Microsoft Corporation

• Developed a multithreaded Windows Service in C# 3.0 and .Net 3.5 for processing AdSource (MSN advertising) log files.<br />• Service consisted of two file watchers, parsing engines, and unit test cases.<br />

Software Design Engineer in Test II

Dec 2009 - Jul 2010 (7 months)

Longtop International/ Microsoft Corporation

• Generated daily reports of how performance test runs went for Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Windows AppFabric.<br />• Troubleshooted, resolved, and solved software and hardware execution problems of performance tests running under WTT, ECF, ETCM, and TMM.<br />• Created and modified WTT performance test setup jobs.<br />• Created TMM matrixes for launching performance tests. <br />

Software Design Engineer in Test II

Jan 2009 - Jul 2009 (6 months)

Aditi Technologies/ Microsoft Corporation

• Debugged and triaged Windows Media Center 7 stress failures.<br />• Responsible for the upkeep of 100 PCs, including diagnosing hardware problems, replacing faulty components, diagnosing software problems, and machine setup.<br />• Setup Windows Media Center 7 and stress test tools using Windows Test Technologies (WTT) 2.0.<br />• Performed add-hoc manual testing and occasional manual test state setup.<br />

Software Design Engineer in Test

Feb 2007 - Apr 2007 (2 months)

Northwest Contract Services Inc.

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Test Engineer III

Apr 2006 - Feb 2007 (10 months)

SpaceLabs Healthcare

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Software Design Engineer in Test (Consultant)

Dec 2005 - Mar 2006 (3 months)

Net Objectives Inc.

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Software Design Engineer in Test

Jul 1998 - Nov 2005 (7 years)

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• Primary responsibilities were the development of test automation for the verification of the functionality of the display subsystem of Windows and display-related hardware.<br />• Wrote test applications for white-box testing of the functionality of the Vista Display Driver Model Video Memory Manager. One of these was a stress test that made the computer under test totally unresponsive.<br />• Microsoft Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) representative from 2001-2003.<br />• Authored the VESA LS-EXT speci

Software Test Engineer Intern

Jun 1996 - Sep 1996 (3 months)

Microsoft Corporation

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Software Test Engineer

Feb 1996 - Jul 1998 (2 years)

Microsoft Corporation

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Computer Science

Montana State University-Bozeman