Hi, I'm Arjun Sharma.

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About me

Photo of me, Arjun Sharma
Photo of me, Arjun Sharma

I graduated from the University of Toronto in May 2019 and I'm currently working as a Software Engineer at a biotech startup called nference. My team is small but I get to focus on all stages of creating, testing, deploying and managing our web apps. I'm currently learning game hacking, software security and distributed systems.

In my free time I enjoy exploring downtown Toronto, playing League of Legends, trying new restaurants and going on spontaneous adventures. I also run a side business on Kijiji and I'm on the lookout for good deals! My most recent project was a Chrome extension for Kijiji which bumps up your ad to page 1 and is available on the Chrome Store.

I’m always open to new ideas and challenges. If you think you have something I might be interested in, check out my resume and get in touch.

My Projects

Experience

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May. 2019 - Present

nference Canada

nference

May. 2019 - Present

Software Engineer

Developed the front-end and back-end for a suite of web apps using React, Mongo, Node.js and GraphQL that are currently being used by top Pharma companies and American research hospitals.

Jan. 2018 - Aug. 2018

IBM Canada

IBM

Jan. 2018 - Aug. 2018

Websphere Cloud Developer Intern

Worked with the W.A.S Analytics Team to implement performance fixes for Websphere Liberty in Java such as caching fields, multi-threading, improved memory management for a JSON Logging feature which improved log parsing by 22%.

May. 2017 - Dec. 2017

IBM Canada

IBM

May. 2017 - Dec. 2017

Software Engineer Intern

Developed multiple internal tools in Java which automated process of assigning customer defects to the correct IBM developer and a tool that generates reports about different defect statistics.

Jan 2017 - Apr. 2017

University of Toronto

University of Toronto

Jan 2017 - Apr. 2017

Teaching Assistant - CSC263
Data Structures and Analysis

Created lesson plans every week for the specific data-structures or algorithms the professor was teaching and hosted open discussion tutorials to engage students into solving problems.

Sept. 2016 - Dec.2016

University of Toronto

University of Toronto

Sept. 2016 - Dec.2016

Teaching Assistant - CSC207
Software Design

Organized tutorial discussions on topics about software design methodologies which allowed students to see different perspectives on programming in a team.

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