About Me!

Software Engineer/AWS Certified Solutions Architect Professional

“Dream big, work hard and live a balanced life.”

Hello there!
Over than a decade I have been passionately working in the Software Industry. I am a full stack software engineer having a strong background in Computer Science and Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology(BUET).

I have worked with many tech stack including Python, Java, Go, C#, C++ but I really enjoy doing python projects. I have been working with Python in web development(using DJango, Flask), Scripting, Automation and machine learning in numerous projects across the globe.

I am AWS Certified Solutions Architect Professional(See my badge). I have strong base on Full stack web development, Machine Learning, APIs, Cloud(AWS and Azure) and Blockchain technologies. Having sound knowledge on enterprise networking, storage, databases and automation, I am very much strong in doing end-to-end project from planning to deployment. Along with strong technical skills and knowledge I am also very good in managing teams.

Very passionate learner and learning is in my everyday routine.

Would love to hear from you codenginebd@gmail.com


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