Full-stack engineer with an interest in iterative, customer-driven, product development. Most of my work has been in the B2B Software domain where I have built web, mobile and desktop applications, and have experience leading agile software development teams.
numberz is a financial technology company that helps enterprises streamline & automate their Accounts Receivable (AR) processes. Its investors include Sequoia Capital, Khosla Impact & Kae Capital.
First employee & engineer.
Formulated & adapted tech strategy as the platform evolved from an SMB-focused product to an Enterprise-focused one.
Set up & scaled processes for iterative, agile delivery of product and internal tools.
Grew the engineering team from 2 to 15 members. Involved in recruitment and development of the engineers in the team.
Set up the tech stack and architecture. Hands-on involvement in code-level deliverables.
Established most of the early tech infrastructure, and handled day-to-day DevOps.
Intuit Inc. is an American software company that develops financial and tax preparation software and related services for small businesses, accountants and individuals.
Worked primarily in Intuit's Payments org.
Part of the team that launched IntuitPay (http://www.intuit.co.uk/accept-card-payments/intuit-pay-new.jsp) in the UK.
Worked on multiple projects dealing with backend systems of Intuit's payments infrastructure.
Tech lead for a 4 person Scrum team responsible for delivering a Recurring Payments API.
Member of a 2-person team tasked with prototyping and experimenting with new product ideas leveraging Intuit's data assets.
Target Corporation is an American retailing company headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It is the second-largest discount retailer in the United States.
Worked in Target's Financial Services (TFS) division.
Joined as a campus recruit and completed the training program as the top scorer.
Developer on multiple integration projects involving building SOAP-based webservices meant to orchestrate granular flows on legacy mainframe systems.
Responsible for implementing proof-of-concepts to investigate design alternatives when TFS was revamping their IVR architecture.
Make a Difference (MAD) mobilizes young leaders to ensure equitable outcomes for children in shelter homes. They currently support 5000 children living in 83 shelter homes in 23 cities across India.
Mentor Together aims to assist in urban poverty reduction efforts in India through a youth mentoring program which matches urban poor youth one-to-one to committed volunteer mentors