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I have been employed in the IT industry for ~8 years and have donned many hats in that tenure. I have excellent domain knowledge in the Retail and Telecom sector. I am a Certified UIPath and A360 Solution Architect & I also hold a PGD in Blockchain(IIITB) in addition to being a Certified Blockchain Architect(Blockchain Council). Apart from these, I have years of experience in Java, Selenium, QA, Git, Maven, etc.
I am also a Certified Scrum Master. Having worked in projects that follow the Agile model, I am well aware of the technical jargon as well as efficiently trained in Jira.
Hyperledger Ethereum Blockchain for Business Crypto
Uipath RPA CSM Selenium Java NodeJS Git Solidity Snowflake Automation Anywhere
Solution Architect - RPA
Currently working as a Solution Architect for HBC. My day-to-day work deals with working closely with senior leadership and Technical teams to ensure the best possible solutions for their problems are implemented. I also am actively involved in deciding the LOE, Estimates, Solutioning, and UAT of a Bot Lifecycle.
Sr. RPA Developer, HBC
I have been automating processes for the last 2 Years using JiffyRPA, Java and UiPath. The work has encompassed various processes under Merchandising , Finance and Order Management .
Associate, Cognizant Technology Solutions
CTS was my first company and I took up various roles here. Function QA, Automation Engineer using Java, Selenium,Parasoft and TOSCA. My domain of expertise was Telecom.
I completed my PGD in Software Development(Specialisation in Blockchain) from IIITB in partnership with Upgrad.
Uttar Pradesh Technical University
Bachelors of Technology in Electronics and Communication.
How do you define interests? Is it something you do that adds to your skillset or is it something that you do that makes you happy? Or is it a bit of both? While you ponder on that, here is a list of things that I enjoy doing:
1. Composing Music.
2. Playing the guitar and singing along.
3. Reading Books(Mostly Fiction. For Non-Fiction I turn to News)
4. Binge-watching Series(Latest one is Ted Lasso)
5. Building new solutions for RPA. You can check my listings on UiPath Marketplace.