An brief insight into my professional portfolio and other interests.
Welcome to my website! I am a web development enthusiast working as an Internet Applications Developer at Garmin International in Kansas. Presently I am working on J2EE environment for developing websites and tools at Garmin. In past I have worked on ASP.net and PHP as well. For more information regarding my portfolio and specific project details please visit my work experience page.
I do freelance web development work as well. So if you do need my help in developing your website please feel free to contact me. I can work on end-to-end web development from layout design, graphics/logo design, HTML, CSS to backend code in almost any language.
With a new addition to our family, I had an extra motivation in life to pursue my long-sought hobby of photography.
I bought a new Canon EOS 60D DSLR Camera to master my skills and capture the innocent and priceless moments of my newborn son Aryaman.
Apart from that, I always wanted to have my personal photo galery to share my pictures with family and friends so I designed this gallery from scratch to my custom needs.
On and off this project took 2 months to complete and became fully functional before Aryaman was born.
Click here to browse my photo gallery.
What else can I be apart from being a nerd? Yes you guessed it right!!! I am a big time movie buff and movies are my second favorite hobby (first one being web designing). I have a huge collection of movies of my own and I needed a centralized catalog to keep track of and easily search all the movies that I have. So I decided to design an intuitive website to store and browse through my collection. Click here to browse my catalog website.
For my movie catalog website I had to develop an IMDb scrapig API in PHP to scrap and grab information from IMDb.com. After developing my website I shared this scraper API to everyone in need of it. Later on I converted this API into ASP.net/C# based API.
Following my IMDb scraping API, a lot of users requested a similar API for RottenTomatoes.com. So on popular demand I designed another scraper to scan movie information from Rotten Tomatoes website.
An easy to use jQuery Plugin to embed YouTube videos on your page by displaying them in a popup dialog box. This plugin embeds YouTube video using the latest iFrame code which features both Flash and HTML5 players. The popup box uses jQuery UI Dialog Widget which provides a robust cross-browser dialog box with title bar and supports a movable box with modal behavior.