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Agrawal Varun

Varun Agrawal

Software Developer

Name:Varun Agrawal
Date of birth:December 5, 1994
I am a student and a passionate developer. I love reading, programming, listening to music and playing chess. My expertise lies in back-end web development. Other than this I have some experience developing Windows applications.

Employment

Jun 2014 - Sep 2014

Google Summer of Code Developer

WordPress

Google Summer of Code is a special type of virtual internship in which Google offers student stipends to work on various open source projects. I worked on the project SupportFlow which is a web based, help desk software under WordPress organization. Working as a full stack developer, I tested and released the first version. To know more about GSoC, click here

Jul 2013 - Sep 2013

Freelancer

oDesk & Elance

I worked as a self-employed freelance contractor on variety of web development projects on freelancing site oDesk and Elance. I worked on different projects ranging from full stack development to server administration. I developed skills in self-motivation, time management, dealing with clients and delivering work on schedule during the course of job.

Side Projects

Apr 2013 - Jun 2013

Varal WAMP

Varal WAMP is a tool to install and configure the WAMP stack (Windows, Apache, PHP and MySQL) with very ease through its GUI. I developed and released this software by myself alone. I designed a user-friendly interface for one-click switching between different PHP and Apache versions. I also implemented a special feature to create multiple sites with custom hostnames easily using Apache vhosts and Windows hosts file. To know more visit varalwamp.com

Certificates

Oct 2011 - Oct 2011

Google Code-In

Google

Google Code-In is a contest in which Google provide pre-university students prizes to participate in open source software. I fixed several bugs and implemented minor features in different open source projects as part of the program. I received a certificate from Google as acknowledgement of my contribution at the end of program. For more information click here

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