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Maria Ines Parnisari

Maria Ines Parnisari

Vancouver, BC, Canada
Member since March 6, 2016
Originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina, Maria Ines is a young software engineer with experience in a broad set of topics—including manual and automated testing, technical writing, DevOps and PowerShell scripting, and development of web and mobile apps using C# and Node.js in the back-end and AngularJS/Ionic in the front-end. She has worked using Scrum methodologies and with local and remote teams. She currently works for Amazon.
Maria is now available for hire
  • JavaScript, 3 years
  • Git, 3 years
  • Node.js, 3 years
  • HTML/CSS, 2 years
  • C#, 2 years
  • Ionic, 1 year
  • AngularJS, 1 year
  • MySQL, 1 year
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Preferred Environment
Windows, Git, Visual Studio Code, MySQL
The most amazing...
...project I've worked on is a payments app which had 1,000 monthly active users. It caught on and companies tried to copy it!
  • Software Engineer
    2017 - PRESENT
    • Worked on the Prime Pantry team, full-stack development.
    • Led the team effort on adding functional tests to our features.
    Technologies: Java, Perl, IntelliJ IDEA, API
  • Software Engineer
    2017 - 2017
    Southworks (Microsoft Vendor)
    • Built demos on the main Azure website that showcased several Microsoft Cognitive Services.
    • Enhanced the automated code review workflow of the company by enforcing StyleCop standards on each pull request.
    Technologies: C#, .NET, TeamCity, ASP.NET MVC, JavaScript, SignalR, JIRA, Autofac
  • Full-stack Software Developer
    2016 - 2016
    Vinti, Inc.
    • Updated the back-end to support new features such as peer-to-merchant payments.
    • Enhanced a mobile application both by adding new features like support for promotions and reducing the APK size in half.
    • Enhanced the point-of-sale website.
    • Provide customer support whenever necessary.
    Technologies: Node.js, MySQL, Redis, AngularJS, Ionic, JavaScript, Gulp, HTML, CSS, LESS, Mocha
  • Developer
    2015 - 2016
    Quadion Technologies (FIS, ex SunGard Vendor)
    • Implemented a new functionality according to business rules in AngularJS.
    • Wrote automated UI tests using Selenium and C#.
    • Enhanced an internal application of the company to manage employee data.
    • Used Scrum in my work environment by having daily and weekly meetings with the client via Skype.
    • Integrated test and code coverage results of the internal apps of the company with a Jenkins CI server.
    • Enhanced the Gulp scripts of the company to reduce its run-time.
    Technologies: C#, WCF, AngularJS, TFS, Selenium
  • Developer
    2013 - 2015
    Southworks (Microsoft Vendor)
    • Wrote and reviewed technical documents demonstrating the use of cutting-edge technologies.
    • Maintained the TeamCity server, automated the deployment of websites, and PowerShell scripts as one of the DevOps for a group within Microsoft.
    • Helped with the development of demos presented during the build keynotes.
    • Created and executed the manual and automated test cases using Selenium and C#.
    • Used bug-tracking and backlog management tools (e.g., YouTrack and Visual Studio Online) and Hyper-V virtual machines as testing environments.
    Technologies: C#, TeamCity, PowerShell, Visual Studio, Git, Selenium, ASP.NET
  • Arg.js (Development)

    An open-source utility library to handle validation of Argentinian phone numbers, bank accounts, and document numbers.

  • Coursera Course on Design and Analysis of Algorithms (Other amazing things)

    A Node.js implementation of several well-known algorithms, including:
    • Counting inversions in an array using merge-sort/quick-sort.
    • Calculating the strongly connected components of a graph.
    • A Dijkstra algorithm for finding the shortest path in a weighted graph.

  • Blog (Other amazing things)

    A personal software development blog.

  • Personal Website (Spanish) (Other amazing things)

    With around 500 monthly views, the website features lecture notes written in LaTeX that I took while attended university. They became very popular and ultimately led to the creation of an open source project to write notes for all the lectures (

  • StackOverflow Profile (Other amazing things)

    Top 2% of the users this year. Top three answerer of the "Microsoft cognitive" tag.

  • Node.js SDK for Microsoft Cognitive Services (Development)

    An npm module with 70+ stars on GitHub that works as a wrapper to the Microsoft Cognitive Services.

  • Frameworks
    AngularJS, ASP.NET MVC, Express.js, Ionic, Selenium, NHibernate, Bootstrap 3+, .NET, .NET 4
  • Libraries/APIs
    Node.js, Should.js, jQuery DataTables
  • Tools
    Sequelize, Visual Studio 2015, TeamCity, Mocha, Git, Gulp.js, Vagrant, Autofac
  • Storage
    JSON, MySQL, Redis
  • Other
    Pull Requests, Angular Bootstrap, HTTP, Writing, UML Diagrams
  • Languages
    C#, JavaScript, HTML/CSS, Less
  • Platforms
    Windows 10, Visual Studio Code, Android, Azure, Mobile, Visual Studio 2017
  • Bachelor's degree (7.75/10 GPA) in Computer Engineering
    2009 - 2015
    University of Buenos Aires - Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Programming in HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS3
  • Programming in C#
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