I believe in struggling and that's what I am doing every single day of my life and day-to-day I'm progressing, achieving milestones that I made, preparing myself for the right opportunity.
I started working as a freelancer and the very first opportunity I got is Lancaster University United Nations Association's website from UK. As I was increasing my clientele I had been doing multiple National/International website projects.
In 2015, I got a job and started working as an Assistant Manager in a reputed company and led a department called Verge Print where I used to take care of everything such as client dealings, business development, marketing campaigns, technical support and provide services like domain, hosting, website designing/development, graphic desinging, social media campaigns and content management. I used to provide ideas to other departments for their products.
During this period, I also started working with Association of Certified Fraud Examiners - Danish Chapter (ACFE_DK) as a freelance Web Developer.
Recently, I have joined another company called IT Retina as a Software Developer but I also provide services in business development, project management and customer service support.
I am responsible for business development, experiencing on CRMs based on AngularJS and SharePoint technologies.
I was responsible for web development and maintenance, integration and customization of WordPress themes, using Linux SSH, Git Bash, get experience on PHP Laravel and Vagrant Box VM platform. Workflow on Agile Framework with SCRUM methodology and Waterfall techniques.
I was responsible for leading and managing the Verge Print Department of Website Development and Graphic Designing. Following Agile framework, daily SCRUM. Managing almost 100+ websites, I am also responsible for business development by digital and email marketing campaign strategy.
Maintained all the Cambridge level documentation and taught O’ Levels Computer Science. I also provided my services as a sports teacher and designed event campaigns for the schools.