Vineet Rathor
Delhi, India

Innovative Optimised Solution Seeker.Extensive Knowledge of Data Structures & Web Development. Possess the ability to scale to a great extent both in Front-end and Back-end development.

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Tata Consultancy Services Full-time
Jun 2021 - Jan 2022 (7 months)
Pune, India
Systems Engineer
●Developer in Nielsen Corporation: Created Junit Test Cases for Backend
Spring Boot Project Services using Mockito, Debugging and brought their
code coverage above 97%. Undergone training in Java, SpringBoot,
Microservices, Angular
● Achieved a T-Factor of 1.75 in FrescoPlay & completed 85 Courses, 20
certifications & 49 competencies in the IEvolve learning program
java spring boot Angular mockito spring data jpa microservices spring mvc spring security junit rest api mysql h2
Keka HR
Oct 2020 - May 2021 (7 months)
Full stack Developer Intern
●Developed Features and Solved Client Issues in various core products of the
Keka WebApp by working together with QAs & senior developers
●Developed using Angular, ASP.NET Core, C#, LINQ Queries, PetaPoco, Ajax,
AutoMapper, Simple Injector, SQL, etc with special emphasis on
Object-Oriented approach, modularity, Loose Coupling, Code readability,
Code Optimization, Error handling, etc
Angular core sql server html c# css entity framework visual studio bootstrap jquery ajax razor-pages visual studio code Sql Server Management Studio mvc Razor pages
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Tours and Travel Website
Feb 2020 - May 2020
Developed Website using Angular, HTML & CSS implemented with all the best practices like:-
- Use of In-Memory-Web-Server which acts as a fake database that helps us to apply CRUD applications on the inbuilt data and store the new data for the current session
- Use of Routing between different components to help create a single page web application
- Use of Observable's which help in the asynchronous operations like sending data between components using Behaviour Subject
- Login & Signup Services which have validation as well as Async Validation for Unique Username and Email
- User Section provided to users which contains their details where they can add & Update more information
- Blog Tab where user can create, edit and view the blog
- Efficient use of ng directives to display various Tour Packages as well as destination Components.
typescript Angular rxjs html css bootstrap dependency injection webapi
Crop Analysis Website
Feb 2020 - Apr 2020
Project on Indian Crop dataset to display various details of crops of a particular region using MongoDB queries, use of Map Box API to display Map, Used HTML, CSS, JavaScript for the front-end and back-end using Express and NodeJS
mongodb nodeJS html css ExpressJS javascript MapBox-API mongoose heroku
Weather Application
Jun 2020 - Jun 2020
Build a mini weather app using the OpenWeatherMap API
The app consists of a grid of 9 panels. Every panel shows the weather data of one
city. Initially, all panels would be empty.
2. On clicking on an empty panel, a text box is shown on the panel itself, asking the
user to enter the city name. On entering the name, the panel now shows weather
data for that city.
3. Every panel should have an “Edit” button - on clicking this, the user should be
able to change the city shown in that panel.
4. If there was an error in getting the data (eg. wrong city name), the panel itself
shows the error and the user can re-enter the city name.
5. Every panel has a background picture that describes the weather in the city - eg.
6. The panels should be in a grid and responsive - the panels should align
themselves in a row with respect to the screen size: for small screens - less
number of panels in a row and for large screens - more number of panels in a
OpenWeatherMap-API Angular bootstrap typescript html css Async-Validation

This section lets you add any degrees or diplomas you have earned.
GLA University
Bachelor Of Technology, Computer Science
Aug 2017 - Jul 2021
CGPA: 8.07
The Fundamentals of Digital Marketing
May 2020
The Johns Hopkins University
HTML, CSS, and Javascript for Web Developers
Feb 2020
Foxmula - The Smart Way
Machine Learning with Python
Aug 2019

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