During this last few years, I got a chance to familiar with wide range of technology tools and still eager to learn new tech-tools
Huge knowledge in Eclipse, Netbeans, Dreamweaver
Used J2EE design patterns like Factory Methods, MVC, and Singleton Pattern that made modules and code more organized, flexible and readable for future upgrades.
Worked with XML to store and read exception messages through DOM.
Design Patterns and IDE
IDE tools and design Pattern
Wide range of experience in Eclipse, Netbeans and design patterns
You Should have Logical and Imagination Power to Think.
.net, Java, PHP
Mysql,Sql Server, Oracle
Web and Application Server
Extensive experience in writing applications using Java, J2EE technologies like Servlets, JSP, JNDI, EJB, Java Beans, Spring, Struts and Hibernate, web services.
In-depth experience in programming, deploying, configuring of middle-tier popular J2EE Application Servers like Tomcat, WebSphere, WebLogic, JBoss and Glassfish application servers.
Thoroughly understand Java coding standards and have a good exposure in implementing the best practices throughout project life cycle.
Just trying to think out of the box...
As a Developer Bijay Bhandari
Web Developer Program Analyst
Trying to think out of the box.
Worked as a Developer and involved in the Analysis and Design of the front-end and middle tier using JSF, Servlets and the Struts view Framework.
Developed Client side interface and GUI with the help of XML using XSLT.
You have to be focus to implement the HTML/CSS.
Design must not be seen, and what not seen should be design...
Working as a FrontEnd
As a FrontEnd Developer Hands on with HTML5,CSS3
As working as a FEdesigner I simply mention that-"Design must not be seen, and what not seen should be design..."
I worked on a various project with different programming languages, i got familiar with Java/J2EE,PHP,.Net,Mysql,SqlServer,Oracle,Worked with design patterns, differnt frame works: Spring,Hibernate,JSF,Struts,EJB...
Worked with application and Web servers: Tomcat,IBM WebSphere7, JBoss6, WebLogic, Glassfish.
Web Services: Rest/Soap
No Accounting for my taste...View Project