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• PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY:

• Over 7+ years of experience in analysis, design, development and maintenance of detailed software modules and Web-based applications using expertise in Java, JSP, Servlets, Struts 2.0, spring and Hibernate. • Expertise in design and development of various web- and enterprise-level applications using Java and J2EE technologies like spring, Hibernate, JSP, Servlets, JDBC, HTML, Struts, JavaScript, Servlets, JavaBeans, CSS, Oracle. • Experience in J2EE design patterns such as Business Delegate, Service Locator, Data Transfer Object, Data Access Object, Session Facade, Factory method, Singleton pattern, Front Controller, View Helper, Composite view, MVC, DAO, DTO and Service Locator. • Good experience in working on XML, XSLT, XSL, JAXB, XML Beans and Castor. • Well Versed with SDLC, Waterfall, Agile Methodologies, Rally and JIRA tools. • Strong knowledge in Object Oriented Concepts, Object Oriented Design (OOD), Object Oriented Analysis (OOA), Programming and its implementation. • Experience in using Java IDE tools like Net beans and familiarity with other IDEs such as Eclipse. • Experience in using MySQL databases to write complex SQL queries, and familiarity with databases like SQL. • Proficient in developing and deploying applications on Servers Weblogic, JBoss, and Tomcat. • Extensively used JUnit, TestNG for unit testing and Log4J, SLF4J for logging.
 • Experience with Web Services, SOAP, WSDL, RESTFUL technologies and AXIS, Jersey Frameworks. • Experience in Spring framework, Spring Web Flow, O/R mapping frameworks like Hibernate and hands on experience in Web development using AJAX, XML, JavaScript, HTML, DHTML and CSS. • Experience in configuring Log4j mechanism and updating the build scripts using Maven tools
 • Experience with code versioning tools like SVN, CVS and Rational Clear Case
 • Developed web pages using JSP, HTML, CSS, XML, Java Script, AJAX and JQuery
 • Experience with developing and performance tuning queries, stored procedures on RDBMS like Oracle, and SQL Server 2000. • Good understanding of XML related technologies: XML, XSLT, XPATH, DTD, XML schema. • Experience in Integrating REST services with RabbitMQ, Spring Integration and Node.JS • Experience in, working with Designer tools UML and MS Visio. • Experience on UNIX programming and sound knowledge of AIX, Ubuntu and Linux. • Experienced in using Operating Systems like Windows 98 / 2000/NT / XP, Linux, UNIX • Experience in developing multithreaded application components following concurrent architectural patterns. • Experience with Eclipse, NetBeans, and Adobe Workbench. • Document preparation including Requirement Specification, design documents, Test cases and Analysis, User Training documents and Technical Help documents.
 • Excellent communication, interpersonal and analytical skills.

• TECHNICAL SKILLS:

|Programming Languages |JAVA, HTML, SQL, PL/SQL, PHP, |
|J2EE Technologies |Java, J2EE, JSP, JSTL, Servlet, Java Beans, JDBC, Web Services, SOAP, WSDL, Restful, |
| |AJAX, JNDI, JMS, JQuery EJB & Java Mail. |
|Frameworks: |Spring, MVC, Hibernate, Struts, jQuery, Junit, Test NG |
|Web Technologies |HTML, JavaScript, JSTL, XML, DOM, HTML, DHTML, PhP |
|Development Tools |WSAD, ANT, Log4j, Eclipse, OEPE, RAD, EDIT plus, Net Beans, TOAD, SDK |
|Application Servers |Apache Tomcat, Weblogic, IBM Web sphere |
|Databases |MySQL, Oracle, SQL Server, MS Access and DB2 |
|Misc. Tools |Maven, rally, Quality Center, JIRA, TOAD, Firebug, CVS, SVN, OAP UI |
|Methodologies |UML Design Methodologies, Agile, Waterfall |
|Web/Front End |HTML, CSS, AJAX, DOJO, Javascript, JSON |
|Design and Modeling |UML, Rational Rose, Smart Draw |

• EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION

Master in Computer Science from California State University Long Beach

Bachelor of Engineering in Information Technology, INDIA

• PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

➢ Vinsys InformationTechnology Inc, Dulles, VA Sr. Java Web Developer, Dec 12– Till date

• C2Essentials Inc (C2) one of Northern Virginia's fastest growing HR Outsourcing company
providing HR and business solutions to small business companies, Administrative Services
Organization (ASO), and Professional Employer Organizations (PEO) in wide areas of recruiting, payroll, and Employer Liability Management. • Responsibilities:
 • Giving support to the C2 New hire, employee softwares, internal proposal system and enhancing them.
 • Extensively involved in discussing the requirements with the business users. • Responsible for reviewing the requirements, and design the application in accordance with the enterprise architecture standards that are in place. • Involved in finalizing the technical architecture and design of the application. • Responsible for reviewing the other developer's code, ensuring the coding standards and architectural are met and assisting the offshore developers. • Development of Application based on J2EE using JSP, Servlets, Spring MVC Framework, and Pert Web Services with JMS. • Developed front-end screens with JSP, JavaScript, and proprietary UI framework. • User Authentication using Site minder. • Developed Database access layer using Hibernate connectivity. • Used Eclipse for development and Application were deployed on Weblogic Application Server. • Used Oracle as back-end. • Responsible for developing unit and integration tests using JUnit.
• Used Ant for build and deployment. • Advanced hands on experience on UNIX environment. • Used Log4J for logging purposes, debugging and tracking. • Maintaining linux ubuntu server by daily, weekly and monthly tasks • Created a Jar file for logging into HSM and using digital signing certificate digitally signed the pdf documents using ITEXT 4
 • Participated in creating a new application integrating the functionalities of existing applications for C2 functions. • Created a project in Salesforce for requesting approval of prospect stepwise using apex and Visualforce. • Document processing and uploading of documents into the system. • Maintained different applications of C2 for time keeping, payroll system, SharePoint etc. • Communication between C2 and C2 Clients using Microsoft Outlook and fulfilling requests for creating new managers and changing managers.


• Environment: Salesforce, Spring MVC, Hibernate, Weblogic, Oracle, Log 4j, JUnit, Pert Web service Producer, JDBC, Unix.

➢ Fossil Inc, Richardson, TX Java Web Developer, Mar 08 – Dec 12

• Responsibilities:

• Re-designed and re-implemented the company's web functionality into a modern n-tier architecture using J2EE framework. The Existing system was built using VB and Power Builder. • Implemented the server side design using the industry standard J2EE design patterns like Business Delegate, Service Locator, Business Interface, Session Facade, and Data Access Object. • Utilized various Rational Rose design methodologies for developing the framework. • Object Oriented Analysis and Design (OOAD) of business requirements with the end users and business analysts. • Code development using PL/I, COBOL, JCL and DB2
 • Develop/test/debug JCL. • Involved in development of GUI Using HTML5, CSS, JSP and JavaScript. • Designed professional UI web applications and front-end technologies like jQuery UI and CSS. • Served as developer architect for the application involving heavy use of ASP.NET, C#.NET, JavaScript, AJAX, XML, SQL, T-SQL, XHTML, CSS.
• Backend development with PHP, MYSQL, BASH, LINUX, UNIX
 • Developed Contract List to pull all the contracts, which returned a JSON, which is acceptable by Dojo Grid. • Designing the web client by using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, AJAX, EXT JS, and DOJO with JSON. • Worked on PL/SQL and SQL queries
• Used Sybase and with SAS to replace code on the mainframe for high priority work to produce the CPI every month. • Developed the application using spring framework. • Created sequence diagrams to show the page flows using WSAD. • Developed Client side screens in XML using XSLT. • Developed front-end screens using JSP and Tag Libraries. • Used Hibernate for mapping object oriented design model to relational database.

• Environment: JAVA, SPRING, JAVASCRIPT, XML, HTML, JSP, JSON, CSS, AJAX, DOJO, JSON, ORACLE, SQL, T-SQL, JDBC, HIBERANTE, JAVA SERVLETS, JSP, UML, RATIONAL ROSE, , JUNIT, LINUX, UNIX
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