Kashish Grover

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Experience

Software Engineer at Treebo

March 2018 - Present

Software Engineer at Hashnode

August 2017 - March 2018

Software Engineering Intern at HPE

Jan 2017 - July 2017

  • Interned as a Software Engineer in HPE's Composable Infrastructure Department.
  • Wrote the Support Dump Analysis Tool for the Connectivity team of HPE's OneView platform, which helps them to triage issues in all sorts of OneView support dumps, both in virtual environments and real data center environments.
  • Contributed to HPE OneView's UI.

Software Engineering Intern at Shippable

June 2016 - July 2016

  • Learnt concepts of Continuous Integration, Shippable, Docker, NodeJS, AngularJS, MongoDB, and PostgreSQL.
  • Became super confident with Bash scripting and Unix command-line and fell in love with Git while it changed my life as a software developer.
  • Helped Shippable in migration from MongoDB to PostgreSQL, in redesigning their website UI, and in fixing bugs

Work at MTTN

  • Head of Operations

  • February 2016 - April 2017

    Managed a team of over 120 students, which included Writers, Photographers, Graphic Designers, Videographers, Artists and Web s, across 8 colleges under Manipal University.

  • Webmaster

  • November 2014 - April 2017

    Maintained the website along with a small team of web developers.

  • Head of Photography

  • November 2014 - February 2016

    Managed a team of 10 photographers and made sure that all photography assignments were completed properly and photos clicked by the team members were processed and published in time.

  • Photographer

  • October 2013 - November 2016

IT Intern at Concentrix

June 2015

    Interned for 4-weeks under the IT department, where I helped with day-to-day activities and learnt about the company's Network Technologies and project management.

Projects

The MTTN Android App

October 2016 - January 2017

Developed and deployed an Android app for the students of Manipal University to keep a track of their attendance and notify them regarding the happenings in and around Manipal, and allow them to read MTTN’s articles within the app itself.

See on Play Store

YouTube Spam Detection System

March 2016 - April 2016

Along with Hriddhi Dey, I developed a software using the YouTube API to collect data and classify them according to basic characteristics such as likes. The aim was to be able to take a YouTube ID and check whether it classifies as Spam.

See on GitHub

8052 Electronic Organ

October 2015 - November 2015

This was a simple Embedded C project where an 8052-based microcontroller was interfaced with a 4x4 keypad, an LCD and a speaker to produce 16 different frequencies. The LCD would display the current note and the frequency. The objective of this project was to have a thorough understanding of interrupt based calculations and the interfacing of the microcontroller with LCD and keyboard.

See on GitHub

Mini C Compiler

October 2015 - November 2015

Along with Hriddhi Dey, I implemented a basic C compiler using Flex & Bison. The main goals were to identify syntactical integrity for some key elements of C programming - namely iterative and conditional structures, printing statements, and basic C structure.

See on Drive

Cafe Management System

March 2015 - April 2015

Built using NetBeans, Java and Dropbox API, and documented using UML, this project resulted in development of a software which a particular cafe could use for its day-to-day activities, like sale/purchase of goods, creation of bills, profit/loss, management of expired products, etc. I worked on this along with Yashasvi Gupta.

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Used Vehicle Dealership System

March 2015 - April 2015

Built using C# on Microsoft Visual Studio with MySQL, this software provides four different types of view levels, depending on the user category. A used vehicle dealership store could use it for sale/purchase of vehicles, creation of bills, profit/loss, insurance management, partial payment management, etc. I created this along with Akhil KV.

See on Drive