Alp Hisim Resume

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  1. Sunil Kumar

    Sunil Kumar Guest

    Hi,

    Please find attached resume of the candidate “Alp Hisami”.

    He is available immediately on corp. to corp. basis @ $ 55/hour.



    Thanks and Have a Nice Day

    Sunil Kumar
    Arish Inc
    Ph: 703-738-1170
    Fax: 206-203-2532
    Email:


    Alp Hisim


    Summary

    • Five years of enterprise application and product design, development
    and support experience.
    • Experience in all phases of Software Delivery Life Cycle, from
    analysis, design, implementation, transition to support.
    • Experience in delivering project using RUP.
    • Experience in Java/J2EE technologies like EJB 2.0, JDBC, RMI,
    Servlets, JSP, JNDI, JMS, XML, XSLT, Internationalization, Swing, Java
    Beans
    • Jakarta Struts, Spring, Hibernate, iBatis
    • Experience developing services within a Service Oriented
    Architecture (SOA)
    • Experience in developing applications with Rich Internet
    Applications like AJAX, JavaScript, HTML
    • Experience in application servers like WebLogic, Websphere, JBoss
    and Oracle9iAS.
    • Experience in databases like Oracle 9i, Oracle 10g, Oracle 11g and
    SQL Server 2000, PostgreSQL 7.3
    • Experience in web servers like Apache Tomcat and Apache

    Computer Skills

    J2EE Technologies Java, EJB 2.0, JSP, JDBC, RMI, Servlets, JNDI,
    Internationalization, Swing, JMS, Hibernate, iBatis, XML, XSL, XSLT,
    DTD,
    Frameworks Spring, Struts
    Web Authoring HTML, DHTML, CSS, JavaScript, AJAX
    Languages SQL, PL/SQL, Java, C, C++
    Databases Oracle 9i, Oracle 10g, Oracle 11g, SQL Server 2000,
    PostgreSQL.
    Application Servers BEA WebLogic, Websphere, JBoss, Oracle AS, Tomcat
    Webservers Apache Tomcat and Apache
    Operating Systems HP-UX, Sun Solaris, Windows NT, Windows 2000
    Professional, Windows XP Professional, Windows 2003 Server, Red Hat
    Linux
    Configuration VSS, CVS, SVN
    Methodology OOAD/OOD (UML, Design Patterns), and RUP

    Dev Tools Eclipse, Toad, SQL Plus, Jalopy, IBM Rational
    Application Developer, JDeveloper, Oracle SQL Developer,
    VB.Net,ADO.NET,C#,COM+

    Build Tools Ant, Maven
    Test Tools JUnit, TestNG
    Professional Experience

    Proximities (Oct 2008 to Current)

    Client Proximities
    Involvement Project Lead, Lead Designer and Technical Architect
    Tools and Technology Java, J2EE, Spring, JSP, Hibernate
    Application Server Tomcat (Dev), Websphere



    Work profile:
    • Developed the front end of the application using EJB 2 and JSP.
    • Integrated parts of the application to the Struts Framework.
    • Worked on the messaging layer and the client interface ( developed
    in Java Swing)
    • Database used was Oracle 10G
    • Application Server used was Jobs 4
    • Web Server used Apache (HTTPS/HTTP)
    • Reporting done using Jasper Reports
    • Custom Messaging Layer (over HTTPS), Security Implementation
    (Encryption/DSA/RSA), Ant, Interfaces (Credit Card/Age Verification)



    Carey CES and TwoWay System (Jan 2008 to Sep 2008)

    Client Carey International
    Involvement Project Lead, Lead Designer and Technical Architect
    Tools and Technology Java, J2EE, Spring, JSP, Hibernate, iBatis
    Application Server Tomcat (Dev), Websphere


    Carey Internationals is a transport service provider in USA. Was
    responsible for Technical design and implementation of The Carey CES
    system, which is a fleet management and integrated billing solution
    for travel management solution offerings of the company. Also designed
    and implemented The Carey TwoWay system to help chauffeurs and
    dispatchers keep in touch through all stages starting from assigning
    the chauffeur through pickup and Drop Off of the passenger to
    invoicing. Third party software was used on the chauffeur cell
    phones, which in turn sent in status information over the wireless
    network in XML format. This XML was then transformed using XSLT and
    then converted to objects using JAXB. Once converted to objects the
    data then traversed regular routes to reach the database to be
    persisted using Hibernate.
    • Developed the architecture of a dual channel messaging framework
    (XML based) to integrate with handheld devices.
    • Participated in the estimation/requirement gathering/design and
    communicating with the clients
    • Designed and developed services to transform Third party XML to our
    format using XSLT
    • Used JAXB 1.5 to load the XML data into Java objects. Spearheaded up
    gradation of the application from JAXB 1.5 to JAXB 2
    • Implemented queuing allowing real time message to be pushed from XML
    server to all connected clients and consequently handled the events
    appropriately. The client does not have to poll for updates.
    • Designed and developed Dispatch, Billing services for CES system
    using Service oriented architecture.
    • Worked extensively on Hibernate, iBatis
    • Designed and developed the Dispatch and Resource Management frontend
    using JSP, Servlets, Spring, Ajax
    • Designed and implemented Reporting, Search and Scheduling frameworks
    that led to reduced development time and low application maintenance
    costs.
    • Led the team to handle TwoWay performance related issues.
    • Also worked on the build file of the project using ANT.


    GOTM RFID IDK (Jan 2007 to Dec 2007)

    Client Proximities
    Involvement Project Lead, Lead Designer and Technical Architect
    Tools and Technology Oracle 10G, Struts, JSP, Servlets, EJB 2.0, Java
    Swing, Jasper Reports,
    Application Server JBoss
    Web Server Apache

    The goal of GO RFID IDK is to be the runtime library used to integrate
    GO Wristbands as an additional tender type into a Third Party POS
    System. The GO RFID IDK abstracts and isolates all the GO Server
    communications, GO Wristband reading and writing via RFID readers,
    transaction processing, and all business logic associated with using a
    GOTM Wristband in a Third Party POS system. The GO RFID IDK will be
    used by third party vendors to integrate Proximities’ GO Wristbands
    for RFID cashless payments into their existing POS (Point of Sale)
    systems.
    • Responsible for designing and implementing the front end using
    Struts and JSP.
    • Designed and implemented backend services using J2EE
    • Participated in the estimation/requirement gathering/design and
    communicating with the clients.
    • Led the team to handle all performance related issues and
    performance tuning

    BPO Workflow and Operations Management System (July 2006 to Jan 2007)

    Client Scandent Group, USA
    Involvement Lead Designer, Team Lead and Developer
    Tools and Technology Java, J2EE, JSP, Servlets, XML, XSLT
    Server Tomcat
    Database SQL Server2000

    Project involved creation of a workflow and operations management
    system that automates and manages the operational areas including
    Resource Management, Timesheet Management, Expense Management, Project
    Tasks Management, Quality Control, Pricing and Costing, Billing, TAT
    and SLA tracking, Infrastructure management of BPOs. The system had a
    flexible workflow service and configurable dashboards

    • Designed and implemented the front end of the system (Timesheet
    Management, Project Task Management, Data Archiving, Pricing Costing,
    Billing) using JSP and Servlets.
    • Created a Custom Workflow engine Transflow based on XML, XSLT as a
    part of a 4 member team.
    • Used Tomcat to host the application
    • Used SQL Server2000 as database.

    ImageWare AG Document Management Systems (Nov04 to Jun06)

    Client ImageWare AG

    Involvement: Progress4GL, Document Management Systems, Knowledge
    Management, Workflow, and Hummingbird DMS trainee, DMS deployment team
    member, lead developer on a light-weight database application for PDAs

    Tools and Technology MSSQL Server 2000, MS Visual Studio.NET, Visual
    Basic.NET, C#, ADO.NET, Progress4GL, Hummingbird DMS

    Application Server .NET framework

    Web Server IIS

    The Source Code and Documentation Control (SCDC) Hummingbird DM System
    is a document management system that supports a version-controlled
    document creation and revision process. The system also serves as an
    online document library, allowing easy enterprise wide, read-only
    access to draft or test versions of documents for selected reviewers
    and to the final production versions of documents for the general
    enterprise population. As such, the system architecture currently
    serves two customer bases, those that are creating, modifying, or
    approving documents and those that are accessing the documents to view
    content.

    • Participated in the company orientation about the fundamentals of
    Document Management Systems, particularly Hummingbird DM, Knowledge
    Management, Workflow systems
    • Trained in the fundamental aspects of Progress 4GL, and designed
    basic applications
    • Participated in the requirement gathering, design, communicating
    with the clients, and deployment to distributed systems
    • Participated in a team to handle performance related issues and
    performance improvements
    • Worked in translation of user manuals.
    • Developed a light-weight database application for PDAs using ADO.NET


    Education B Sc. 2004
     
    Sunil Kumar, Jun 23, 2009
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