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More than 11+ Years of working experience in various Microsoft Technologies such as Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011/2013 , ASP.Net, C#, .Net, WCF, VB.Net, MOSS 2007, SQL Server 2008/2005/2000, SSRS, Visual Studio 2010/2008/2005, Oracle 8i/9i, Java script. Implemented Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 in Lloyds Banking Group – London (UK). Expertise in MS CRM 2011/2013 Installation, customization, Configuration, Solution management, Data migration and real time integration with MS outlook & SharePoint. Well acquainted with Software Development Life Cycles , process & best practices. Extensive expertise in Onshore/Offshore delivery model & Client engagement for IT services. Experience in planning, developing, delivering and supporting enterprise applications. Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills. Excellent team leadership skills including team building and identifying training need of team members. Ability to work within project constraints to ensure that milestone and delivery dates are met. Quick learner and ability to grasp new technologies. Passion for quality, technical aptitude, driven, and result oriented. Received Client acknowledgment for technical excellence and Project support.
Developed and enhanced VAT,EUVAT,ADD,PAYE,NOVA applications HMRC website as a part of various agile teams. Analyzed the business requirements, and specifications documents and use cases. Developed RESTful webservices for ADD Application. Used MVC design patterns to facilitate business processes and data objects. Actively involved in testing and deployment of the application on WebLogic application server. Used Maven to build and deploy the developed components/services on the server. Developed test cases, performed Unit testing and functional testing for the developed module. Provide test support for resolving any issues for the apps. more
I have over 8 years experience managing various projects and working as a web-designer and analyst programmer. My experience encompasses everything from web-design (ASP.NET / C#) and front-end design through to middle-tier and database design and implementation (mainly SQL SERVER 2005). I have excellent experience/knowledge of various DESIGN-PATTERNS and OBJECT-ORIENTED development.
I have experience in test-driven design (AGILE), along with the tools to help work in this way such as NUNIT. I am a very quick learner, picking up new systems, methodologies and ideas with ease. I will often spend a lot of my ‘own’ time studying so that I can hit the ground running for my clients/employers if that is necessary.
I am familiar with .NET 4.0, with Silverlight 3.0/4.0 with WCF RIA services, utilising the Microsoft Expression Studio 3.0/4.0 suite of tools (particularly Expression Blend for the UI development, and Visual Studio 2010 for the business services). I am also looking into using UMBRACO CMS 4.0 for future client projects.
As my project experience shows, I have worked in some interesting areas and enjoy the chance not just to learn about different industry areas but get actively involved with the people on the projects.
I have worked for a large consultancy as well as three investment banks. I have worked in areas such as finance, property, law and pharmacy.
I have a strong academic background: BSc (2.1 Hons) & Masters Diploma in Autonomous Systems.
• Monitoring the network/ Live Operation for Sega in Europe and US, for all SEGA's Live Games, Public facing Website Operations and Servers. • Primary responder to address issues, analysing problems, troubleshooting and reactive responses to outages and various system alerts. Clients include all of Sega’s partners, Relic, Amplitude, Creative Assembly and Hardlight and 3rd party vendors. • Mixture of NOC/LOM responsibilities: The service alerts & ticket incident management and escalation to engineering teams. • Providing proactive 24/7 monitoring and support to key online games/websites over Amazon AWS and physical servers, games and services such as Steam Entertainment Platform. • Understanding overall system availability and performance of key corporate IT resources. • Adhering to all SLA agreements across both corporate and client customers. • Investigate known vulnerabilities, communicating patch information to multiple studios around the globe and help in providing and maintain detailed guidelines, procedures and documentations for the Live Operations Team.
A motivated and driven IT Professional working with an array of Cloud based technologies and architectures. A certified TOGAF Architect, with considerable experience in Technical and non-Technical Solution Design and Architecture across the UK and Europe. A quick learner - adapting to new initiatives and innovation, and applying these skills into working practices. Hard working and possesses excellent problem solving skills with great attention to detail. Focused, committed and able to hit the ground running from start to finish.
Java is a general purpose computer programming language that is specifically designed to have as few implementation dependencies as possible. Once an application has been written using the Java language, the code runs on most operating systems including Windows, Mac OS and Linux. Java borrows quite heavily from the syntax from the C and C++ programming languages. Despite being released in 1995, Java is still one of the most popular programming languages, particularly for client-server web applications.
Ruby is an open source, object-orientated language that was given its name because according to its developer, Yukihiro Matsumoto, it’s ‘a jewel of a language’. Although it’s a very high-level language, it’s fun to work with and easy to learn and get started in. Developed mostly on Linux, Ruby works across most platforms including DOS, Windows, Macintosh, BeOS and OS/2 and can be used for a whole host of applications including web applications, system utilities, web servers, database work and backups.
Docker is a modern tool designed for developers and system administrators that makes it easier to create, deploy and run applications through the use of ‘containers’. Containers allow developers to package up an application so it includes all the parts, such as libraries and other dependencies, so it can be shipped out as a single entity. That gives the developer the peace of mind that the application will run on any Linux machine irrespective of any customised settings that might exist.
As interest in computer programming and dynamic languages in particular has grown, more and more people are running into a concept called Lambda. A lambda is essentially a block of code used to identify an anonymous function which allows you to write quick throwaway functions without naming them. Lambdas cannot be used in languages like C, C++, C# or Java but they are used heavily in Lisp and in the Ruby scripting language. In fact, they are one of the main reasons why many developers like using Ruby for scripting.