QA pro. Educator. Writer.
Roman Savin is a Russian-American educator, QA professional, and writer.
He was part of PayPal, Evernote, Rockmelt and Chegg where he experienced many aspects of QA trade. As an individual contributor, he performed black, grey and white box testing, QA automation, and tutoring on QA and Python. As a leader, he built QA departments for several companies and led international teams.
As an educator, he accepts only one measure of success — the ability of his students to find and keep a QA job.
His writing motto is “write to express, not to impress” and as a writer, he cherishes usefulness, simplicity, and structure. He is an author of the QA tutorials: Testing Dot Com, How to Become a Software Tester and How to Become a QA Tester in 30 Days.