Product Management and Designing MVP, Market/Customer Analysis, Road-mapping, UI/UX and Full Stack/ML Engineering
Programming: Python, Java & JS(Node/Meteor)
DB: MySQL & Mongo
ML: TensorFlow & ScikitLearn
Cloud: DO, GAE, Azure & AWS
Game Engine: Unity
Obvious: HTML5, CSS3, etc
Self Driving Car Engineer Nanodegree Udacity (2016-2017)
BTech Mechanical Engg KIIT University (2008-2012)
Free Code Camp, Udacity and Coursera
I build Teams, Strategies, Products and Startups. I started out by founding the Aeronautical Society in college, worked as a Team Lead at one of biggest IT company (TCS). After two years, I started my own venture (Craftloom), where I did everything from Product Development, Product Management, Team Building, Strategies to Marketing.
I have close to 5 years of experience, primarily Software Development, Support and Product Management.
And I am always open to network with like minded people.
Lead Engineer & Product Manager
QwikSpec is a SAAS startup for Infrastructure and Real Estate industry that enables the entire construction life-cycle. As a Product Manager in a seed funded venture, I'm enabling cross-functional teams in Engineering and Marketing
Co-Founder (Tech & Product)
Craftloom was a one-stop shop for handmade products with a dual model - marketplace for handloom retailers/sellers and MTO strategy for weavers and craftsmen, and had an 8-member team. And as a co-founder of the company I was wearing different hats; engineering, marketing, product management, customer interactions and business.
Oversaw the family business, budgeting and financial management
Role: Team Lead (Designation: ASE)
Two years in the IT Industry I had a variety of experience involving three projects and acquired different skillsets during that time. Worked for clients like IBPS, GATE, General Electric, Citibank, FriendsLife in various industry domains: Development, Testing, Operations and Management
Worked and designed the unit of SRF Cavity for LINAC and Vacuum Chamber of superconducting magnet.
Worked in Captive Power Plant, Fuel Section and the Maintenance Units