1. A passionate and motivated technophile who has 4 years of professional experience in Software engineering, with strong problem-solving skills.
2. Enthusiastic about building, designing products and product development.
3. Extensive knowledge and experience in web application development using Java, J2EE and associated frameworks.
4. Extensive experience working in an agile environment and full life cycle of software design process.
5. Strong passion for learning new technologies and proven ability to quickly grasp complex concepts and systems.

Current Role at Stanford

Currently working at the Baxter labs - Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy(Nolan lab) and involved in the development of Software for research on single-cell analysis to study cancer and leukemia, autoimmunity, hematopoiesis and inflammation. Also, working closely with an external collaborator, Akoya Biosciences Inc.

1. Developing computer vision, clustering, image analysis and image processing applications in Java, ImageJ.
2. Designing web applications using RESTful APIs for different components of the software pipeline in Angular 6, Material 6, Typescript, Spring boot, Java, MongoDB.
3. Writing & designing test cases, unit and integration tests for the Nolan lab version of the Codex pipeline.
4. Set up a private cloud infrastructure to store large sets of image data.
5. Collecting and analyzing feedback from users, scientists, research associates from Nolan lab, other labs at Stanford Medicine and external collaborators and then drafted and created reports about the feedback received and discussed it with the external collaborators to work on new features.


Work Experience

  • Software Developer, SAP (July 2015 - June 2017)

    Worked with SAP SuccessFactors in the development of a cloud-based product called as Employee Central, which is an HCM(Human Capital Management) software.

    1. Involved in the development of Workflows framework
    2. Responsible for and working extensively with the notifications module and point-of-contact for
    build/release issues for developers of Employee Central
    3. Developed and designed workflow-related enhancements using Java, J2EE and associated frameworks, JS and Ajax
    4. Interacted closely with customers to address and resolved issues and defects
    5. Mentored interns and conducted KT sessions in different areas within the product


    San Francisco Bay Area

  • Tech Associate, Pricewaterhouse Coopers (August 2015 - July 2016)

    1. Configured, developed and integrated Guidewire applications for the clients, with a strong agile approach
    2. Primarily worked in Java, J2EE, Gosu and J2EE frameworks for development and web services for integrating the different suites of Guidewire(PolicyCenter, BillingCenter, ClaimCenter)
    3. Managed, monitored and automated the weekly regular builds for a team of 70 members across the servers using Jenkins, Ant, SVN
    4. Established and maintained relationships with clients by communicating effectively


    New York City

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