Apr 1, 2018 - Dec 1, 2019
Whenever any developer made changes or improvements to a product, an automated system helped ensure these changes work well. Push was triggering build in TFS, and after build was completed our system started verification. It created a lot of isolated environments in VMware, delivered application to those environments along with the code of the tests and launched tests.
I made a lot of improvements in reporting, some more noticeable:
Historical burndown charts that spanned up to a year.
Wrote a serializer that converted custom xml format of test reports into lightweight, easily navigable html reports.
Developed excel and pdf reports that demonstrated product readiness for each release cycle.
Integrated log monitoring and file system APIs to enhance real-time test run updates.
A commits and history feature was added to keep track of changes in test code and test environment configurations.
I designed and implemented Reporting portal for time tracking and employees' workload across all company's projects and features:
It was a web app that was getting dump of TFS project management data and saved it into database to provide reports about what employees are working on.
My teamlead built a component that was dumping TFS data about tasks and features states.
And I developed backend and frontend for the app itself from scratch.