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Crowdsourcing with Open Source

We believe in the wisdom of crowds. Our developers and engineers lead some of the most important initiatives in their fields with contributions to a range of open source communities.

EPAM's Life Science
Contributions

OUR LIFE SCIENCE EXPERTS

CREATORS OF

Bingo: storage and searching solution for chemical information
Ketcher: web-based chemical structure editor
Indigo Toolkit: universal organic chemistry toolkit
Indigo ELN: open-source chemistry electronic lab notebook
Imago OCR: toolkit for 2D chemical structure image recognition
Parso: lightweight Java library for reading SAS7BDAT datasets
EPAM Selenium Framework: provides rapid test automation for Web applications

Individual EPAMer
Contributions

ANDREY KUZNETSOV,
ILYA STOROZHILOV, 
MAXIM KOT

Software Engineers
Tver, Russia

CREATORS OF

Libdt: ANSI C Cross-Platform Date/Time Library

Ilya Pukhalski

SOLUTION ARCHITECT
Amsterdam, Netherlands

CREATOR OF

TAP: lightweight library for unified handling of user interactions (mouse, touch, pointer)
XFramework: HTML5 JavaScript framework for building cross-platform web applications


CONTRIBUTOR TO

Mozilla Reps Planet
Zepto: minimalist JavaScript library for modern browsers, with a jQuery-compatible API
Backbone.js: gives structure to web applications by providing models, collections, and views

“No doubt, Free and Open Source Software rules! The philosophy of liberty to exchange, open governing principles and collaboration methodology are bringing together people from around the world. The freedom to run, copy, distribute, study, change and improve software has encouraged more and more people to openly share their ideas and volunteer their time to the common goal of making technology better, transparent and accessible to anyone. EPAM’s passion for free software is clearly demonstrated through our many sponsored projects, multiple contributions to the Apache and Linux ecosystems, and much, much more.”
Dr. Konstantin Boudnik

CTO Big Data, Open Source Fellow, EPAM

Maxim Paulousky

SOLUTION ARCHITECT
Conshohocken, PA

CONTRIBUTOR TO

Specflow: BDD framework for .NET
Atlassian .NET SDK: utilities for interacting with Atlassian JIRA

Szilveszter Molnar

SENIOR PRE-SALES ENGINEER
Budapest, Hungary

CREATOR OF

HomeAutomation: .NET core based Home Automation project using XBee, Rasberry PI and other devices

Marcell Kovacs

LEAD SOFTWARE ENGINEER
Budapest, Hungary

CONTRIBUTOR TO

Androlog: customizable logging framework for Android
Android SharedPreferences implementation with secure AES encryption

Attila Kisko

SENIOR SOLUTION ARCHITECT
Budapest, Hungary

CREATOR OF

Enyim Memcached Client: .NET client library for memcached written in C#, plus a client for Membase's persistent memcached server
 

CONTRIBUTOR TO

Couchbase .NET SDK: official client library based on the Enyim memcached client

Yuriy Tolstoguzov

LEAD SOFTWARE ENGINEER
Palo Alto, CA

CREATOR OF

ROAD (Rapid Objective-C Applications Development): a set of reusable components taking advantage of extra dimension Attribute-Oriented Programming adds

libObjCAttr: attribute-oriented programming for Objective-C with support of Xcode auto-completion and errors tracing features

Balazs Gollner

LEAD SOFTWARE ENGINEER
Budapest, Hungary

CONTRIBUTOR TO

ROAD (Rapid Objective-C Applications Development): a set of reusable components taking advantage of extra dimension Attribute-Oriented Programming adds

The OCLint Static Code Analysis Tool: static source code analysis tool to improve quality and reduce defects for C, C++ and Objective-C

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