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Yogita Sharma

  • Bengaluru Karnataka, IN
  • +91 7899777743

Software development Engineer -


Programming is the second thing I am fascinated with after mathematics. I aspire to become great at it by finding myself working with people where I can feel I am the least smart one. Can work well in teams but also able to own a complete deliverable. Started fiddling with Python recently.

Work History

Jan 2014Present

Software Engineer

Webyog, Inc.

Full-stack developer of Linux monitoring solution - SeaLion

Conversion of product requirements to robust code - backbone.js and express.js as MVC frameworks.

Designing and implementation of back end code.

Writing migration scripts.

Writing front-end reusable widgets and modules.

Automating everyday tasks like user analytics and report generations.

Working with design team to develop mocks and wireframes

Work out solutions to improve performance and quality of product.

Provide technical support to users by providing shell scripts as per their requirements

Provide support/guidance to newly hires in the team

Responsible for site reliability and app performance

Jul 2013Dec 2013

Assistant Systems Engineer

Tata Consultancy Services

Built a logistics delivery module for a C++ application on Unix platform

Designed the database schema and implemented using MySQL

Written UI libraries in C++ following MVC pattern for User input output and display messages

Designed and developed User Interface for the same application




Web Technolgy

Hands on with web sockets programming, developing offline apps using service workers


underscore.js, cubism.js, d3.js, backbone.js, fullPage.js, node.js

Web developement

The application I am working on is a SaaS based single page application which uses backbone.js as MVC framework for UI modules and Express.js as the server side framework. Mongoose is used for data modelling. MongoDB is used as the data store and application uses REST APIs.

HTML, CSS, jQuery


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In my spare time I write answers on Quora or grab a novel and head to a quiet coffee shop.