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Vitaly Korolev
Works at Mark Logic
Attended University of Windsor
Lives in California, USA
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Work
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Staff QA Engineer
Employment
  • Mark Logic
    QA Engineer, 2012 - present
  • Toronto Star
    Lead QA Analyst, 2008 - 2011
  • Automatic Data Processing
    QA Analyst, 2006 - 2008
  • Accenture
    Programmer Analyst / Test Analyst, 2005 - 2006
  • University of Windsor Students’ Alliance
    Webmaster, 2004 - 2005
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California, USA
Previously
Toronto, Canada - India - Mexico - Russia - Israel - British Virgin Islands
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I got to live in three different countries and moved to the Bay Area nearly three years ago. It’s great to be so close to the ocean and the mountains with such mild climate. I love nature and it’s often a subject of my photography. Outside of work I try to stay active by going hiking, backpacking, roller-skating, skiing, snowboarding, rock climbing and doing yoga. I can be lazy at times and just stay at home to watch a movie, tinker with gadgets or read something.
Education
  • University of Windsor
    Computer Science, 2001 - 2005
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[[A girl and her father are putting away Lego bricks.]] Father: When you take apart a Lego house and mix the pieces into the bin, where does the house go? Girl: It's in the bin. Father: No, those are just pieces. They could become spaceships or trains. The house was an arrangement.
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This delightful photo of a hamster by Austrian photographer Julian Rad was recently selected and announced as this year's winner of the Comedy Wildlife Pho
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Why Donald Trump when you can Trump Donald? #TrumpDonald
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Ingrained cognitive biases play a role, as does inverted snobbery about educational privilege. But we must battle on, says this scientist
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A bit of rain and a swarm of mosquitoes last night were discouraging, but things are improving quickly. (with +Anya Komissarchuk​)
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TrumpDonald.org
trumpdonald.org

Why Donald Trump when you can Trump Donald? #TrumpDonald

What you need to know about Hyperloop
www.engadget.com

Elon Musk's futuristic train system could revolutionize travel, but there's plenty of obstacles.

xkcd: Lego
xkcd.com

[[A girl and her father are putting away Lego bricks.]] Father: When you take apart a Lego house and mix the pieces into the bin, where does

This Video Makes Paris Look Like the Fake World of a Movie Set
petapixel.com

French travelers and filmmakers Claire & Max have created this new experimental short film titled "Apparences." They shot 4K imagery of Pari

Watch SpaceX staff erupt as Falcon 9 nails the landing
www.engadget.com

A new sizzle reel captures the touchdown (and party) from every angle.

Here’s What the Bigfoot Patterson–Gimlin Film Looks Like When It’s Stabi...
www.relativelyinteresting.com

The Patterson–Gimlin film is a famous (especially among cryptozoologists), short motion picture of an unidentified subject the film-makers s

How cognitive fallacies fool scientists (and how to fix the problem)
www.relativelyinteresting.com

Humans are remarkably good at self-deception, and growing concern about reproducibility is driving many researchers to seek ways to fight th

IMPACT on Vimeo
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Impact tells the story of the mental journey of a high diver in the seconds before his jump. Impact is a world first in several respects: Th

The one thing you need to know before you detox « Science-Based Medicine
www.sciencebasedmedicine.org

Before you start your New Year's detox, this one weird tip will save you time, money, and possibly your health.

This is the most detailed map yet of our place in the universe
www.vox.com

Say hello to Laniakea, our local galaxy supercluster.

Wikipedia: #Edit2015 on Vimeo
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Pluto came into focus. A Shanghai skyscraper climbed into the sky. Tunisia's civil society won the Nobel Peace Prize. A Pharaoh chased down

13 Winning Photos from This Year's Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards
petapixel.com

This delightful photo of a hamster by Austrian photographer Julian Rad was recently selected and announced as this year's winner of the Come

Congress tucked CISA inside last night's budget bill
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Congress avoided a government shutdown last night, but it also snuck in the full text of the CISA surveillance bill the Senate passed this f

Soylent : America’s Food Waste Epidemic
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America has a huge food waste problem. Every year, 133 billion pounds of food – nearly one-third of the United States’ entire annual product

Mark Zuckerberg will donate 99 percent of his Facebook shares
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Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan welcomed their new baby Max today, and announced a plan to give away almost all of their Facebook shares

The UK is closing all of its coal power stations
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Necessary, if the UK government wants to meet its target of generating 30% of its energy from renewable sources by 2020.

- Very friendly and knowledgeable staff - Quick and flexible appointment scheduling - Very clean and organized office
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This is a very large dog park with separate sections for small and large dogs. Not a lot of grass. It's part of a larger park with lots of trails to exercise your pup.
Appeal: Very GoodFacilities: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
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In general this store is not much different from other Apple stores. I came for a scheduled appointment to have my mac repaired. I was with a technician within 5 minutes and out of the store in 30. The staff I dealt with was friendly and knowledgeable.
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Great little park with lots of trees. Dogs are allowed, but have to be on leash.
Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: Very GoodService: Good
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Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
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