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Clear oops and RDBMS concepts.
Practically using design patterns and architectural patterns.
Supporter of TDD and CI or, if not possible then at least unit testing should be integral part
of development process.
Promote peer code review practice.
During my post graduation after learning oops and RDBMS concepts, I have learned many languages like C, C++, Visual Basic, Basic, DBase, Foxpro, Pascal, FORTRAN, COBOL and PERL.

My final project was to develop a shooting game in C language and I was succeeded to make shoot from keyboard up-arrow by a * to floating blocks.

As on today I have experience on many languages (Asp.net, Asp.net MVC, C#, Python, VB.net, HTML, XML, JavaScript, PHP, ASP, PERL, T-SQL, PL/SQL, SQL/PSM and SAP HANA)

I have worked on the popular frameworks like .net, WCF, Jquery, Dganjo, Django-
REST, ASP net Web API, Symfony, nUnit and Angularjs.

Worked on MS SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle and SAP-HANA databases.

Preferred IDE is MS-Visual Studio because Code Analyze Tools and Profiler is doing very productive for me.

Other Tools/Technologies used: Jmeter, IMB Rational Suite, MS project, MS-Visio, HTML Inspector , SSIS, SSRS, Crystal Reports, FxCop, Memory Profiler, HTML Inspector, Jira and Git

Be it Overseas client, my Indian Govt or internal team members, I know that they all like me.

Enjoy leading teams to deliver quality and end-to-end solutions to customers.
They call me Technical Architect.


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