Meet the team
Before committing to proofreading software we wandered here and there, gaining experience and skills, which are responsible for non-trivial ideas in our products.
Julia – the one-in-charge-of-it-all aka the CEO
The power which keeps the WebSpellChecker mechanism ticking. Julia keeps managing the team even when she sleeps (according to reports from the trusted family members).
Roman – the coding hedonist aka the technical lead, C++ developer
The one lucky to feel his calling from the tender age. One of Roman’s first childhood memories is creating a translator from the Basic-type language to an Assembler code, which was subsequently compiled by an external assembler. The love for the compiler theory has lasted – Roman is currently leading the WebSpellChecker development team.
One can’t hide his craving for progress. With an aerospace industry as a career launch pad, Alexey has found his new frontier in the computer science field. Now when WebSpellChecker gets new features, be sure it happened due to Alexey’s artful coding.
Nadya – the strategic mind aka the customer success manager
Sometimes it takes a chess master to navigate priorities during the influx of support requests. Oh wait, Nadia is one! It all started at the age of six when she’s outplayed her two granddads in a month-long vacation chess marathon.
Michael – the meticulous daredevil aka the QA engineer
To find what something is capable of you have to push it beyond its limits. That is what Michael does daily to our software, and from time to time — to himself venturing for activities like swimming beyond the Arctic Circle.
Michael is daring but not careless: not a bug can snitch past this origami master’s eagle eye.
Artem – the rhythmic hacker aka the QA engineer
They say the hackers make the best testers. Well, given Artem’s crush for applications security we feel covered from virtually any threat out there. It may also be his rich music background, which allows him to instantly hear when come part of our software is singing flat.
Bogdan – the natural intellect aka the deep learning engineer
No programming task is too complicated for a person who names Deep Learning as his hobby, and not only fancies transhumanistic theories but speeds up the human evolution with his own efforts.
Kate – the sales master aka the business development manager
Taking an early morning run is the key to the open mind needed to maintain fruitful relationships with clients and address their needs effectively. Kate is always curious about researching and identifying new market opportunities.
Maxim – the secret weapon aka the C++ Developer
It takes a nerve to dive deep into OS internals to ensure smooth operation of the WebSpellChecker server-side components. Maxim holds a degree in nuclear physics, and spends his free time mountaineering, kayaking and parachuting.
Alexey – the explorer aka the web developer
Besides making our Web interfaces work like a charm, Alexey’s interests spread far. As far as the Space exploration. Given the news in the sphere it looks like opening the WebSpellChecker Martian office is just a matter of time.
The Prodigy aka the Next big name in the proofreading software realm