QA Guru, Python Automation Tester in RedHat
Alexander Todorov is a QA guru with over 1600 bugs reported, a Red Hat Certified Professional, general open source and Python hacker and an entrepreneur.
Alexander begins his professional experience in 2004 as a software engineer in a variety of software companies where he develops applications and Firebird, Delphi, Linux software with Pascal and Python.
He’s a leading developer for a variety of software – a Django-based system and Twilio cloud service used for a naturally sounding text-to-speech generator in Bulgarian; founder of Difio – software that analyzes changes to versions of an application.
He has experience as a QA Consultant for Beaker-based software, hybrid technologies, and others.
In 2009, he founded Open Technologies Bulgaria, Ltd. – a company specializing in development and consulting in the field of open source software. The company is a No.1 authorized Reseller for Red Hat Inc.
Since 2007 he has been working as a software test engineer for Red Hat Switzerland. He also participates in RHEL 4, 5, and 6 test campaigns. Since 2017 he has been working on the RHEL.next project with Haskell’s core technology. This is a multi-component project in which Alexander is responsible for the overall work of the software team.
His knowledge includes: manual and automated software testing with Python, Python Programming, Cloud Technology, Schell Scripting, Amazon Web Services.
Since 2008 he has been a guest lecturer at the Technical University of Sofia.
His average evaluation by our students is 8.69, whereas his highest rate is for his ability to answer a wide range of questions related to different technologies while giving practical examples.