Amulya M.

FRONT END DEVELOPER

246 dollar
Freelancer
4 years
London, UNITED KINGDOM

My experience

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Nichesoft, for Cisco SystemsApril 2015 - February 2019

Project 1: Cisco UCS Sizer, 01/2015-02/2019

Roles & Responsibilities:
● Involved in development and maintenance of application like SAP, Oracle, VDI etc(both frontend and backend)
● Was involved in feature development and enhancement
● Completed Initial setup required for development of app.
● Responsible in writing backend code in Java
● Development of UI using Atlantic Framework,Bootstrap,React JS,Redux for VDI, SAP, Exchange, Splunk, Hadoop Applications
● Creating a responsive - single page web application for use on both desktops and tablet computers primarily targeted for the Chrome browser.
● Converting UI mockup wireframes to static HTML pages and styling using CSS stylesheets.
● Involved in creating components using React
● Improved the quality of the product by refactoring the code to efficient, reusable and readable.
● Coordinating with QA team for end-to-end testing of the application.

Project 2: Migration from Flash to HTML , 01/2016-03/2016

Roles & Responsibilities:
● Extracted data which was in Japanese content Using Flash Professional CC
● Involved in development of screens using Bootstrap and tested for all devices
● Swf files were rewritten in HTML and made responsive
● Refactored existing code for generalising structure used for different sections

Project 3: Travenues , 12/2018-01/2019

Roles & Responsibilities:
● Coordinated with the client directly to gather project requirements
● Developed HTML pages using AEM classes provided by them
● Involved in developing User Interface from the mockups given
● Responsible for timely execution and delivery

My stack

Windows 7, Windows 10, Teamwork, SVN, SQL, Spring MVC, Spring Boot, Spring, Splunk, Selenium, SAP, Redux, React.js, Oracle, OOP, MySQL, MVC, Mockups, Maven, JavaScript, Java, HTML5, HTML, Hadoop, GitHub, Git, Flash, Exchange, Eclipse, CSS3, CSS, C++, C, Bootstrap 3, Bootstrap, Atom, Apache Maven, Agile