ExperienceJuly 2017 - Present
I work as the Software Architect for A-Team (Yes! we get to pick names for our teams) and the in-person party experience team. Pampered Chef is working hard to revamp their web presence. The goal is to help consultants and make their business easier. To do so, we release new and mobile friendly tools & applications. The Pampered Chef purpose statement is "Enriching lives one meal and one memory at a time," and we firmly believe in it.
We are moving away from legacy platforms and adopting MEAN stack. We rely on AWS as our cloud provider and add tools as and when necessary for our projects.
This digital transformation has allowed me to learn a lot of new technologies and pick the one that's right for the task at hand.
March 2017 - July 2017
J. Walter Thompson Worldwide
Global Technical Lead
Position at Mirum Shopper/HeathWallace
For this Enterprise-Level Project, HSBC, the sixth largest, British-based, multinational bank, the task was to create a new product onboarding web application which would replace the existing US product onboarding solution.
The product onboarding application would then be integrated with the current Staff Front End (SFE) system. The product onboarding application will allow the staff users (branch and call center) to open product accounts for HSBC customers. It will be integrated with SFE so that once the staff users log into SFE, they will be able to launch product onboarding application seamlessly within SFE. At a high level, the product onboarding journey will have the following steps:
● Applicant selection
● Product selection
● Product and Funding configuration
● Terms and Charges acceptance
● Product boarding and acknowledgment
More details here
March 2015 - March 2017
Senior Front-End Developer
February 2013 - February 2015
August 2011 - January 2013
Creative-I (Gallo Images)
September 2009 - August 2011
Senior Web Developer
August 2008 - September 2009
June 2008 - July 2008
Software Technology Network
Developed a web based E-commerce application that allowed users to buy tickets and pick their preferred seats.Technologies used: HTML, CSS, Java