Tejas Parikh




International Business Machines, Littleton, Massachusetts

Staff Software Engineer, OpenPages GRC Platform

  • Programmed support for DB2 database in OpenPages GRC application.
  • Implemented support for storing large text in OpenPages GRC application.
  • Programmed support for DB2 database in OpenPages GRC application.
  • Diagnosed and resolved software quality issues within OpenPages application.
  • Perform release engineering duties such as continuous build of the application, release builds to QA for testing and maintaining a stable build environment.
  • Worked closely with customer support to resolve customer escalated software/product issues.
September 2009 – Present
Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts

Research Assistant, College of Computer and Information Science

  • Installed and maintained local/production level LAMP servers and Semantic MediaWiki, researched distributed caching systems like Memcached and compared it with PHP Accelerator and MySQLs query cache.
  • Programmed RESTful WebService client in PHP to integrate NCBO webservice into Semantic MediaWiki; enable users to annotate biomedical terms as if the ontology was local.
January 2009 – April 2009
Goldman Sachs, Jersey City, New Jersey

Software Engineer Co-op, Stockloan Division

  • Designed and developed Administration GUI using Java Swing and DB2 as the backend database to handle batch processing exceptions and make manual adjustments to customers accruals.
  • Built stockloan accruals downstream feed module using DB2 Stored Procedures, Java and Shell scripts to generate and send nightly feed send to the controllers for audits.I using Java Swing and DB2 as the backend database to handle batch processing exceptions and make manual adjustments to customers accruals.
January 2008 – July 2008



Northeastern University – Boston, Massachusetts

Master of Science (M.S.), Computer Science

Coursework: Wireless Networks, Managing Software Development, Principles of Programming Languages, Service Oriented Architecture using Java Web Services,Algorithms, Database Systems, Network Security

Awards:

  • Research Assistantship, Spring 2009, College of Computer and Information Sciences

January 2007 – May 2009
Eastern Michigan University – Ypsilanti, Michigan

Bachelors of Science (B.S.), Computer Science

Awards:

  • Deans List Fall 2005 and Winter 2006
  • National Scholars Program Scholarship, 2003 – 2006

January 2003 – December 2006



Languages: Java, J2EE, PHP, Perl, SQL, Shell Scripting, Batch Scripting, HTML, LaTeX, JavaScript
Other Technologies and Frameworks: Spring, Struts, Swing, JMS, EJB, JUnit, jQuery, ANT, CruiseControl, Jenkins, CVS, SVN, Dojo
Platforms: Linux(CentOS, Fedora, Red Hat), UNIX(AIX), Windows.
Databases: IBM DB2, MySQL, Oracle Database
Web and Application Servers: Apache HTTP, Apache Tomcat, OracleWebLogic, IBMWebSphere