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As a Hybris/Java professional, I look forward to an industry position wherein I can best leverage my knowledge and experience of Design, Development and Implementation.
Profile: Having 6.4 years of experience in the Software Development, all in J2SE/J2EE technology and 4.5 yrs in Banking Domain. 1.5 Years eCommerce experience in SAP Hybris product development. I am a Senor Hybris Developer working with Eminencetel Ltd. UK since May 2017. 6 months implementation experience at Co-Operative Bank Headquarter, Manchester UK. more
Highly proficient Senior Hybris Consultant with strong experience in Design and Implementation of Enterprise E-Commerce Solutions using SAP Hybris Platform. Now seeking next challenging opportunity to make a successful impact in a customer focused team.
Certifications: Hybris 5 Certified Commerce Developer by SAP Hybris, Hybris 5 Certified Core Developer by SAP Hybris, Sun Certified Java Programmer (SCJP) SE 6.0 by Sun Microsystems.
highly capable and flexible software craftsman with 23 years experience in the IT industry and a BSc (Hons) in Computing Science. A multitude of different roles on development projects has provided him with team leading skills and experience of all parts of the software lifecycle. He carries out senior development roles using Java and Hybris, and is zealous about Clean Code, Agile, TDD and BDD.
After graduating in 1994, his career began working for Logica UK. He has since worked for The Walt Disney Company and Friends Provident. As a contractor, he has worked for Conexus Ltd, Canada Life, HealthLogistics, Sceneric, Travis Perkins, Eclipse Group, Office Depot, Greenlight Commerce and PortalTech Reply.
Working with Java and Web technologies in eCommerce for 16 years. He started with the ATG eCommerce framework (over 5 years), following with J2EE (over 4 years) and then Hybris (6 years). Working with the both the B2C and B2B accelerators in addition to PIM and heavily customised implementations. He has interfaced with lightweight middleware in addition to SAP ERP and incorporates Agile, TDD, BDD, XP and a wide range of tools.
In my spare time I will practice Software Craftsmanship, runs a Coding Club and develops a Swift iOS app with a Groovy backend running on Google App Engine (GAE) with Spock tests.
A driven IT Specialist with 20 years experience in web support and database analysis. Able to work in conjunction with a variety of teams to ensure standards are maintained and that a high quality of work is delivered to the customer. Significant customer service experience with the ability to simplify IT terminology into concepts that can be easily understood by various levels of the business. Deep understanding of Microsoft Office products including Word, Excel, Visio, SharePoint, PowerPoint and Project. Experience of web hosting for multi channel customers.
“Write once, run anywhere” is a central tenet of Java. Flexible and very widely applicable, this programming language is used in almost any corner of programming you can think of. A multi-paradigm language, Java is the programming language of choice of many developers, who choose this option over other options including C++. Ease of use and versatility are two key reasons why many developers opt to use Java, while others are persuaded by the language’s solid security, minimal implementation dependencies and multithread capabilities.
If you’ve ever posted a blog, you’ve almost certainly made use of HTML. In fact, this is probably the best known mark-up language in the world, with everyone from pre-teens to experienced web designers making use of it. HTML’s use in conjunction with CSS and Java forms the building blocks of the World Wide Web. Supported by every single browser out there, HTML is a truly foundational language which every developer needs to be able to work with. The effects it can achieve may be limited, but its ease of use and ubiquitousness make it an absolute essential.
Developed to integrate seamlessly with Java, Groovy (also known as Apache Groovy) can be used as both a programming language and a scripting language. This object-oriented language is not a million miles away from the likes of Perl, Ruby and Python, but the unique way Groovy works with Java is a big attraction for many developers. In fact, Groovy can be used to get many places that Java alone cannot. Excellent for coding quickly, and for reducing the amount of code required to “get the job done”, Groovy is a slick and well-designed language which can be mastered relatively quickly.
The triad of CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), HTML and Java underpins the whole of the World Wide Web. On the scene since 1996, CSS allows users to “cascade” or “spread” the same rules across multiple pieces of content – and across multiple web pages. This means you can create a cohesive, consistent website without having to individually apply (often visual) characteristics to every single page. In essence, CSS is all about dividing content from presentation. This "power" makes it easy to change the look and feel of an entire site with just a few edits to the CSS.