Ms. Alimbaeva is a Software QA I for the SaaS Team at E2G with a background primarily in quality assurance in the finance and banking industries. She has over 4 years of hands-on experience in software quality assurance and test automation, which has involved performing quality assurance to ensure requirements are met with business criteria. Ms. Alimbaeva has experience in all phases of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) and Software Testing Life Cycle (STLC) and has participated in Waterfall and Agile Scrum tasks, including daily stand-ups, spring grooming, sprint planning, sprint demo, sprint retrospective, and backlog item prioritization. Before joining E2G, Ms. Alimbaeva worked as a QA Automation Engineer, during which time she was responsible for reviewing all the test cases and test scripts for quality and identifying additional areas to review. Ms. Alimbaeva developed and automated test cases and performed behavior-driven development, and gained practical experience with creating test scenarios, cases and user stories, test scripts, smoke testing, cross-browser testing, parallel testing, and regression testing based on project requirements.
Damage Mechanisms in the Chemical and Petrochemical Industry
This course provides an overview of the primary damage mechanisms (DMs) applicable to fixed equipment in the chemical and petrochemical industry and included in API RP 571. The course associates some of these DMs with major process units at chemical and petrochemical facilities, highlighting where these DMs are usually observed. For other DMs, the course presents the process environments or equipment in which the DMs manifest themselves.