I am a software development intern currently working in Tokyo. I have worked for the various organization as an Android Developer as well as a researcher in Taiwan, South Korea, India, and now in Japan. My main responsibilities revolved around building cutting-edge mobile applications, open source software, product design, and research-based products. I have been involved in the entire life-cycle of Android app development. Among my responsibilities at previous workplaces were to debug apps, research about more efficient algorithms, manage open source presence, design UX/UI, graphics for Play Store presence and work on new product development.
- Build efficient apps with smooth UX and friendly UI - Grow along with the organization and sharpen my skills - Contribute to the society by working on innovative projects
- Researched on machine learning techniques for artistic style transfer from paintings to images and mixing of multiple styles with the user-defined proportion of selected style. - Developed an Android app to produce pastiche using neural network from user input and presented research work in the poster session.
- Increased adoption of FOSSASIA’s Open Event standard by implementing it within open-source conference applications - Giggity, Giraffe, and Connfa, along with traditional event formats. - Wrote blogs and daily scrum to document the process and enhance technical communication skills.
- Developed a customer response app for restaurants to keep the track of user responses by viewing the data collected in graphical form. - Developed Android UI for customer relationship management app for the team.
- The Open Event Project offers event managers a platform to organise all kinds of events including concerts, conferences, summits and regular meet-ups. The components support organizers in all stages from event planning to publish, marketing and ticket sales. - Automated web and mobile apps help attendees to get information easily. My project is to add Open Event format support in other Open Source Event Apps.