Programme Committee

Rina Uzhevko

Head of Program Committee

Rina Uzhevko, Russia, Moscow

QA Lead and Chief director of the Department of Manageability in the "Korolevstvo" company.
Speaker of the SQA Days, Fun ConfetQA, Agile Days Conference .
Author of articles in the journal Tester''s LifeCo-organizer of the Moscow Testers' Club (MSTC).
Game testing as the main hobby and work.
Writes a blog at her leisure.

Alexey Fedorov, Russia, St. Petersburg

Tester from April, 2011. "Heart" and a part of "Brain" of St-Petersburg association of testers. Нe presses towards to see everything himself and to get at the heart of the matter, leaves everything in order after himself.

In spare time he reads a lot, listens to "Aquarium". Нe is a good company, a lover of stories, a great theatre-goer.

Igor Bondarenko, Belarus, Minsk

More than 8 years in QA. Speaker at SQA Days since 2010. Active member of Belorussian QA club.
Specialized in manual functional testing and security testing of web applications.

Natallia Savastsiuk, Belarus, Minsk

In 2006 I started my career as an Automation Testing Engineer. Later I changed position to a Test Team Lead and QA Manager. Now I’m the head of the Testing Department.
My interests and activities are management, coaching (testing), process improvements, psychology.
In 2010 I founded testers community named ‘QA Club Minsk’.

Tatarchuk Oleg

Oleg Tatarchuk - Ukraine, Lviv

10+ years in IT, software testing and quality assurance, leading teams. 5+ years in TOP companies Globallogic, Comverse, Orange Switzerland. 3+ years in IT-education as a mentor, trainer and speaker of IT-conferences. Co-founder of the community At the moment CTO and trainer in GoIT company. Mission: whatever we doing the quality of software and quality of people life must getting better.


Sergey Atroshchenkov, Russia, St. Petersburg

Since 2000 working in IT, since 2007 to present working as Software testing engineer. Has been performing different actions as: Software Development, System Administration and Project Management before.

Now he is working as software testing engineer and internal trainer at the VIAcode.
The affection to dissemination of knowledge and skills is realized via:

  • telling about Software Testing;
  • soft-skills lections;
  • seminars and trainings soft-skills for testers;
  • speeching at conferences;
  • organization of conferences;
  • participation in life of professional software testers group in St. Petersburg, Russia

Andrew Myasnikov, Russia, Moscow

I am a graduate of the Moscow State Pedagogical University. I’m about 5 years in testing.
Know all widespread testing methodologies and experienced in test design.
Also have experience in testing desktop (including online games), mobile applications and web.
Worked with different development methodologies.
I’ve passed my way from junior tester to head of QA department.
I don't consider the time spent at work.
In work I appreciate the focus on results.
The main thing: to reach goals and successfuly accomplish the task.
I believe that all should be focused on reaching results rather than on compliance with unnecessary conventions.

I'm doing my job, making World Better and perfect my skills and being useful for the Company.

Alexander Basharin, Russia, Moscow

I am working in testing for over 10 years (since 2003). During this time I've made a career from tester to the head of functional testing. I worked in the role of team leader, technical leader, test manager, technical presale. I received extensive experience in two large outsourcing companies providing services on quality assurance. Moreover, I have experience of construction and development of in-house testing department. I have wide experience in execution of testing projects and other related work in different professional areas. Also I acted as a speaker at three conferences of "SQA Days". I certified as ISTQB Test Manager of advance level.

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