The favorite project of my career thus far was back in 2013, when I worked to customize IFS applications for a client based in Ireland and involved in the construction industry. Together with 4 other Software Engineers and 1 functional consultant, I was the Team Lead in developing some base functionality required for this customer. It involved over 600 man days' work over a period of 1 year. We had monthly demos to the customer. The latter was very happy with the work we had done for them and this project gave me immense exposure to playing the Team-Lead role.
Achievements-wise, I would like to highlight 2 areas - keeping customers happy as I managed IFS software customizations for them, and secondly, over the past 2 years, self-learning the latest tech in frontend development like React, Angular, Nodejs and working with DB's like MongoDB and Postgres. For me, self-learning these technologies and applying them in my current job was a achievement for me.
Here are links to some of my personal work:
• A hobby-project I’ve done using React, Auth0, node.js and MongoDB is available below:
• A hobby-project I’ve done using MEAN stack is available below:
My super powers :)
- Analytical mindset
- Attention to detail.
- Communication skills
- Performing a task to excellence
BOOKSCROLL, DTU-IIF, (FALL 2018)
STATIONERY AMONG THEMSELVES.REMOVES THE COMMISSION OF
SHOPKEEPERS, THUS SAVING MONEY OF BOTH BUYERS AND SELLERS.
If I tell about my favorite project then I would say it's Manthan Academy on google play store, which was made by me ( only the front-end part ). It's a hybrid application made in Ionic 3. Link to that can be searched in google play store with the name Manthan academy and many more of that based on this application. If talk about my achievement, I passed 12th from a govt. school and was a average student. I worked as a data entry operator in many companies and then worked with DTC as a conductor for 2 and half years. But I left the job because to be honest I didn't like the conductor job much. Then I started my own ready-made garment shop, which unfortunately didn't worked well. So after 2 years with lots of loss, I have to shut the shop. And this was the time I started learning web Development. And after studying for about a year online on my own, I got selected as a Angular developer in PenPencil at punjabi bagh and made this application (told earlier) and worked with much highly educated employee (B.tech, BCA, MCA etc...) than me on the same post as of mine. For which I am proud of myself.