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A person keen on delivering a-class software services to small startups/individuals. I have almost 10 years of experience developing and delivering web/mobile applications and always try to give it 110%. I work hard and I enjoy doing what I do. I can pick up new technologies quickly since I am always reading up on the latest trends and, in general, am able to quickly start contributing even when code is old and crufty.
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- 2 years experience
For some reason, I love the purity of writing in C. I worked at Cisco Systems on their backend for the Cisco Pulse product. Key responsibilities included interfacing with the Nexidia library to implement keyword spotting in video streams. I was also a founding member of the Cisco Speech Group and worked alongside research scientists to aid in the development of an in house speech recognition system.
- 1 year experience
Have been working for the last year on data science/machine learning projects using numpy/scipy and keras. I've definitely gotten the feel for the language and have finished several in-house projects. Am also mulling over some startup ideas that I can do in this space.
Ruby on Rails
- 2 years experience
I've worked on Rails projects big and small and it's still probably the technology stack I love the most. It comes together in a beautiful way. From writing an admin interface that would infer everything from model definitions to creating gems, I've done quite a few things and continue to develop in Rails when writing web applications. It's also still the only platform on which I've done Salesforce work.
Simple Face detection using OpenCV for iOS. Couldn't quite find the exact tutorial, using this version of OpenCV, done in this way, so I thought I'd put it out there. I could have messed up googling, but either way, it can't hurt to have more options.
Simple data structures lib in C for learning purposes. More in readme