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A developer with proven experience on Android and Node JS and Backend technologies. My work includes backend servers,mobile apps and occasionally working on web frontends to deliver performant solutions. I have worked on every stage from Idea to delivery.

I have lead teams to deliver a solution that has helped local businesses and used to serve thousands of users. I have experience in Edu-Tech, E-Commerse, Personal Productivity, Communications and Geographic data. When not doing regular day-to-day job, I regularly write scripts, and strengthening tools that helps fellow developers to automate some tasks or reduce errors.


  • Programming Languages: Kotlin, JavaScript, TypeScript, Java.
  • Frontend: Android and occasionally Angular
  • Backend: Node JS
  • Database: Postgres, Sqlite and Redis
  • Cloud Providers: AWS, GCP (Mainly Firebase)
  • Specialization: Mobile Apps, Cloud Native Stack, Opensource Tools.
  • Certifications: AWS Solution Architect Associate, Redis Basics, RediSearch, Redis Security

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Non-technical things I am interested in.

  • Football (Soccer for US)
  • Interesting Books (Mainly about history and fiction)
  • Star Wars
  • Comic Book Movies


  1. Repository of FCM Utils


  2. A Gradle plugin to help you finding out right queries when you upgrade your room schemas.


  3. A library that does all proguard work for you.

    Java 62 6

  4. My notes to AWS SAA C002 Cource

    JavaScript 2 1

  5. Aws Demo

    JavaScript 1 1

  6. Hackernews digest and newsletter repo


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