I have worked in the software industry since 1989 after completing my graduation. Through this blog, I present my various experiences in the different projects I have been involved in. There is no element of fiction in any of the contents. All that is stated here is from my perspective and some of the emotional aspects could differ from the point of view of others involved in the incidences.
I have enjoyed all of my experiences and each of the experience has taught me something new. As I have grown through these experiences, I have found myself to have become happier than before and so I believe that they have done good for me.
However, I would be extremely grateful if you believe that any of the actions could have been performed differently and that could have produced better results, please do not hesitate to pen it down. It will help me gain another perspective and thus help in my further growth.
Update on 29Sep2013
As I have started posting Technical Contents, it is important stating that all the contents in this blog is absolutely free. I hope that I do not face a day when this blog needs being used commercially. I sincerely pray to the Almighty for the same.
The reason is that all that I am writing on this blog are my learning from life and the Almighty does not charge me anything for that. Also, all contents are formed and formulated from my learning from many experts from across the globe who have never charged me anything for teaching me all that I know today. The fact is that I have no means for paying them for this huge contribution to the lives of my family members and to my life.
I sincerely hope that one day the dreams of the great Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore comes true when he wrote this poem.
Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high
Where knowledge is free
Where the world has not been broken up into fragments
By narrow domestic walls
Where words come out from the depth of truth
Where tireless striving stretches its arms towards perfection
Where the clear stream of reason has not lost its way
Into the dreary desert sand of dead habit
Where the mind is led forward by thee
Into ever-widening thought and action
Into that heaven of freedom, my Father, let my country awake
Update on 04-November-2018
Partha started his career in 1989 as a programmer. In his first assignment, he was involved in development of a Cricket Tournament management system as a part of the team from Centre for Development of Telematics (C-DOT) requested by the Prime Minister of India, Mr. Rajiv Gandhi. Since then Partha has developed Tea Garden automation solution, Hospital Management solution, Travel Management solution, Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP II) solution, Insurance Management solution and Tax automation solution (for Government of Thailand).
Partha got involved in Telecom solution with project from Total Access Communications, Bangkok in 1996. Partha developed the completed solution architecture and designed & developed the complete infrastructure services and primitives on top of which the end-to-end Customer Care and Billing solution was developed between 1996-1998.
Partha has worked for companies including Amdocs, Portal, Siemens and has developed key components of their solutions. For Siemens, Partha developed the complete BSS suite.
Partha worked with Mobily, Saudi Arabia as the Enterprise Architect and has first-hand of experience of work inside a Telecom Operator.
Partha has recently developed a Remote Control, which can be controlled from a Web Site. The Remote Control can in turn control any device. The Remote Control to be controlled needs having Infra-Red sensing capabilities. The Remote Control is controlled through DragonBoard 410C through an Android Program.
Partha has been working on fine tuning the algorithm for an Access Control System through Face Recognition. The program has been developed using Convolutional Neural Network (CNN).
Partha has also developed a software which tries to predict the Stock Market. The solution has been developed using Recurrent Neural Network (RNN). The solution presently predict with an accuracy of 67%.