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About Anirban Mishra's family
My father works as Ayurvedic Pharmacist at State Ayurvedic Department ( West Bengal). My mom use to run a retail ayurvedic shop at my hometown at my hometown(Contai, Purba Midnapur, WB, Pin 721401). This business was started by me when we are in financial crisis and I was persuing my studies.
Swami Vivekananda. The reason is he taught us how to fight against odds on day to day life. His motivational speech really inspire me to preceed further.
Currently working at
I was playing Module Lead role in Tata Consultancy Services. Currently I am deputed to London, Ontario, Canada for one of the TCS insurance domain client. Here I am working as software developer, parallelly I am working on different proposal like mobile initiative so that TCS get more business.
Current and Previous Responsibilities
In my current tole I am resposible for managing 18 diiferent internet and intranet application of an reputed insurance client where my team gives 24* 7 support. Earlier I was playing Module Lead (having 15 team mem) role in development project for an reputed healthcare company who is customer of TCS
Changes in the industry
I didn't have much knowledge in QA/Testing side.
Areas for the Future
Most Important Lessons
Be honest at your work. Always try to be pro active so that your company would get benifits which in turned to make you happy as well.
Nothing right now.
The Journey So Far
I started 2006 in TCS as developer, later I became team lead after 3 yrs, then I turned into Module Lead. My main experience on Java /J2EE side, but I would love to work in different technology/role as and when required for project sake.
Points of inflection
When I tried to build a proof of concept on mobile application applicable for insurance domain ans successfully showcase protoytpe of the same.
Tech trends to watch out for
Again No idea. I am sorry.
Most Important Decisions
After completing the BSC in Computer Sc. I was supposed to persue my masters, but suudenly I got the oopurtunity in TCS and I left my masters.
Degrees that Matter
No idea, sorry.
Plans for the Future
Successful Software Engineer.