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Posted 20 Jan 2008

Role of Processes in Software Development

, 20 Jan 2008
Processes help to minimize the risks in Software Development or at least provide some valid reason during the worst situations.



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Vinay Krishna
Software Developer Cegedim Software India Pvt Ltd
India India
I am a Software Professional worked as developer, tech lead, consultant and architect. I have Developed many portals and Client Server based applications using .Net, Plumtree, Business Object, COM/DCOM, RDBMS and OOP concepts that is easy to use and greatly enhance user’s ability in their work.

I am flourished in a fast-paced environment requiring excellent problem solving skills, multiple project completion under short deadlines and the ability to communicate with clients and end users.

As an architect I highly relied on my involvement and integration with the project teams. I played good role to understand the actual requirements and needs of the User. I decided the best technology to use based on the gathered requirements and designed more flexible, user friendly and robust system. I was the bridge between developers, project manager and business experts and ensured the technical directions and choices to build durable architectures.

I had worked with Nagarro, Algorism, Mascon etc earlier and played all different roles successfully.
Currently I am working with Cegedim, world’s leading CRM business for the life science industry, as a Senior Specialist. I have been here since April 2007.

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