Here is Sayantan's experience in Industry/Technical domain, in reverse chronological-order.
Sayantan's Teaching Assistantship with the Department of CSE, IIT Delhi, can be found here.
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- Extreme-blue Software Engineer Intern @ IBM Software Labs, May-July 2013
Worked in "Semi-structured Data Analytics driven Application Maintenance & Support in
Cloud Operating Environments" project.
- Implemented multi-tenancy (group-admin and super-admin level hierarchies) in IBM Log Analytics Product- Unity. Also created a couple of new REST apis to facilitate the change and modified some existing REST apis to incorporate the functional and logical changes
- Deployed Unity as an application in IBM Cloud Operating Environment, then later integrated it as a service in IBM's Cloud Operating Environment, which was demonstrably used in context of an application
- Developed Expert Advice module (based on Logs) and Usage Statistics as custom apps, from REST interfaces
- Software Engineer @ Acclaris, June 2011- June 2012
- Designed & Implemented template-based file upload-download, transaction statement download feature in customer portal; implemented some new features for claim-validation in administrator portal; implemented, automated and maintained back-end Oracle procedures related to financial transactions between multiple entities
- Development done in - Java, J2EE, RDBMS, Oracle PL/SQL, JBOSS, Jasper, Linux Shell Scripts
- Summer Intern @ Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre, Department of Atomic Energy, Govt. of India, June 2010 -
- Developed a tool to extract details regarding Computer Memory and Processes and CPU Utilization in Cluster Architecture in UNIX environment and give solutions to the problems regarding the same.
- Efficient software was designed that would give a privileged end user all the necessary details (e.g. - for how long the processes is running, memory consumed by the processes, the priorities of each process, e.t.c.) of all the processes running for different users on the 2 quad- core CPUs , total free memory available, which users are presently logged in and what are the processes running on their system. The main system runs on Linux and we had to enclose all these in a shell script. We finally made a Linux command which was run internally on that system and displayed the result in a user friendly format.