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Global Day of Engineering

How this reader works is when the client insert his or her card through an NFC to gain access to the vestibule, so the reader turns green and it unlocks the door. Or you can use genetic insert swipe. So it opens and it process invalidates your card, and then it opens the door.



Cristhian Fierro: Hi there. My name is Cristian Fierro. I am the leader of the department software of Firmware and QA team, and our main goal is provide support and solution to the stakeholdersb like management and other external users, and in the software area, in the firmware area.


Neil Libor: Hi, I'm Neil Libor, and I've been working here in Parabit for six years. I am in charge of the quality department. So, our job is to test software and hardware, make sure it meets the customer requirements and standards. We have five staff under me and I've been loving working here so far.


MD Bhuiyan: Hi, this is MD Bhuiyan. I'm, I'm working here, as a software test engineer. So we have a very good teams. We have five of us. So especially we all are helping each other and we have a very good collaboration between our team, especially for our supervisor and our manager Cris. They're very helpful. They help us. Anything we needed, for the qa, this is really, really good for us to learn.


Akash Ghosh: Hey, my name is Akash. I'm a part of quality team and I work as a software test engineer. So basically my day-to-day job is to doing testing now, writing test cases, test plan, and work with the test lab to make sure everything is working perfect. We make sure to there is no issues in the production, so we basically run some load tests and stress tests, and make sure everything works good in production and in our environment as well.


Neil Libor: We are in charge of testing all the software and hardwares and make sure that it aligns with the customer requirements and standards. So, we do a lot of progression testing. So here at the back of me, this is our test lab, controller panels. So we simulate everything that, we release to the customer, both software, firmware, and we monitor these, controllers 24 7. I'm gonna show you how the access control system works. So this is the reader, and we have here the controller, right? This is the reader where this installed in front of the branch where you want to gain access to the atm. So how this one works is when the client insert his or her card through an NFC to gain access to the vestibule, so the reader turns green and it unlocks the door. Or you can use genetic insert swipe. So it opens and it process invalidates your card, and then it opens the door. So that's the basic usage of the access control. So, aside from that, we have a lot of other door supervision where we can detect skimming, overlay skimming or NFC skimming, any need tampering on the rear. We have all of those detection


Cristhian Fierro: In a day-to-day. I, I love what I'm doing. I like programming and I like how we can convert some, like an, some needs and convert it in a code and provide a solution to them to satisfy what they are needed and see the result in, in a real world.


MD Bhuiyan: I really enjoy problem solving. So engineering is all about, solve the problem designing. So in order to solve the problem, then you have to follow some criteria. Like, you have to follow some test plan, test design, test cases, and we need to execute in them, make sure all our works fine. So I really enjoy that kind of things and a finding a bug. And so then we need to create the bug tickets into the developer, so make sure so then they fix it and we test it again. So make sure everything goes through. So I like those kind of work, like, you know, day by day problem solving so that I feels, you know, that's make me chose this field.


Akash Ghosh: What I like about being tune testing is to, you know, find bugs and, you know, see any issues that's happening and, you know, debugging those issues and, you know, finding the root causes of it and, you know, try to solve it.


Neil Libor: I love working in the as an in the, in the engineering department, particularly in the quality because like we get to detect issues and be able to like, identify them. So it's like, it's it's like it's our pride to be able to detect bugs, issues before it'll reach the customer.


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