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Salesforce Developer

Seeking challenging projects where I can utilize my talent and expertise effectively and would be part of the success of the organization by transitioning complex things into simpler ones.


software developer

  •  Freelancer
  •  Jan 2019 - Present

Single-handedly designed & developed a real-time J-Score test process, Base on some automated questionnaires system capable to identify a client's injury/diseases and base on interacting UI inputs and defined algorithms system can measure patients risk factor.
 Designed custom objects, tabs, records, and views within SF to support new requirements.
 Designed and developed custom components, primarily on the Salesforce platform; using Apex programming language and Lightning Web Component.
 Apex Classes and Triggers to implement the business logic as per the requirements and Worked with web service API.
 Customizing the existing Apex classes for better performance and prepare test classes.
 Generated different Reports and Dashboards for different business requirements.
 Created connectivity between objects using relationship (lookup/master-detail) as well as junction object.
 Providing support to Day-to-Day issues and helps the team to data import.
 Implement tailor business requirements in application. Designed, developed and deployed the application.
 Worked closely with product owner, designers and staff.
 Attending daily stand up meeting with project team and weekly meeting with business team, grooming session.
 Connecting with CRM through API service
 Presented ideas for system improvements, researched on new technology.
 Tested the product in controlled, real situations before going live.
 Deployed SSIS Packages in development and production servers and Involved in ETL framework standards like error processing, reconciliation, validation.
 Expertise in creating Sprints, user stories, tasks, bugs, and impediments using scrum.



  •  southeast university
  •  May 2004 - May 2008