I'm a part-time artist, full-time programmer and over-time nerd. I've worked for companies of various sizes in the past,
from start-ups to industry leaders. My areas of expertise lie mostly in the web and cloud sphere,
from front-end to back-end to infrastructure.
Infrastructure/DevOps using Varnish, GoLang, Ruby, Docker, Kubernetes, Terraform, GCP, Bash, and C/C++
Maintained a CDN receiving more than 25 billion requests per day
Designed and built a log-processing pipeline that ingests 30 TiB of data per day
Assisted internal teams with support needs and was a primary responder for incidents
Platform Engineering Intern
Infrastructure engineering using Golang, Python, Bash, Terraform, AWS and Kubernetes
Single-handedly deployed a service mesh (Istio) to the production Kubernetes cluster
Managed many new infrastructure features and maintenance tasks
Assisted in training new full-time engineers
Production Engineering Intern
Infrastructure/DevOps using Golang, Lua, Nginx, GCP and Kubernetes
Platform protection via Nginx WAF and a real-time, highly concurrent bot detection system
Architected and built a new service as the technical lead on the project
Handled support issues from several large clients
Full-stack web dev on OS X using Ruby, Rails, GraphQL, React and Typescript
Independently designed, built and deployed several
Collaborated with team members on many features,
both pair programming and mutual code reviews
Full-stack web dev on OS X using React, Handlebars.js, node.js, Express.js, Ruby, Rails and Sinatra
Helped rebrand the Vidyard GoVideo chrome extension
Data aggregation and pipelining using the Facebook Graph API and the Youtube Analytics API
Set up new microservices on AWS using a variety of services
Junior Software Engineer
Back-end web dev on OS X using Ruby and Rails
Wrote Selenium based web scrapers running on AWS EC2 and Elastic Beanstalk instances
Designed solution to long-standing issue surrounding database locks
Integrated the system with Parsehub as an internal hackathon project and demoed said project to several project managers and team leads
Full-Stack Web Developer
Front-end web dev on Windows using TypeScript and AngularJS 1.5
Core team member for the version 1.1 release of Master Control Panel
Wrote fuctional proof-of-concepts for Electron and Aurelia
Front-end web dev on Ubuntu using CoffeeScript and Electron
Fixed issues with the Google Maps integration
Created proof of concepts for both Electron and the Google WebSpeech API
“Anuj is an exceptionally talented programmer who demonstrates ability far beyond what his years might suggest. His
passion for learning and goal oriented nature will make him a great asset in any faculty, program, or place of employment.”
— Ronuk Raval, Co-founder, Encircle
“Anuj demonstrated the behaviours and abilities we normally see in an experienced developer … He crushed a ton of code,
often pulling off complex problems with ease! Anuj, you've been an incredible asset to Vidyard.”
— Michael Stark, Integrations Team Lead, Vidyard
“Anuj successfully tackled some of the most advanced challenges on the project. His eagerness to learn combined with existing technical skill made Anuj an invaluable asset to the team.”
— Matthew Blagden, Developer Lead, Shopify Plus
“Anuj displayed exceptional skill in independent research and problem solving throughout the term … In addition, he's been a great team player. Anuj is always willing to put in the extra bit of effort to help his colleagues and solve their issues quickly and proactively. Overall, we are very impressed with Anuj.”
Honours Bachelor of Computer Science English Language and Literature Minor
Call me a hipster, but I play acoustic guitar, mostly a mix of folk and spanish classical. I also have group of friends that jams to musicals fairly often: Hamilton, Phantom, Lés Mis, Wicked, etc.
I've been doing short track speed skating with the Kitchener Waterloo Sertoma Sertoma Speed Skating Club for around 10 years now, and also help coach when I can.
mathNEWS is a student newspaper at UW run by the Mathematics Society, I've both written articles and spent two years as one of the lead editors for the paper this term. My articles range from serious and informative, to the absolute ridiculousness that mathNEWS is infamous for.
The Great Outdoors
Hiking, canoeing, kayaking, rock climbing, tree climbing, cross country skiing - you name it, if it's outdoors I enjoy it.
I write various short stories and poems on my own, I've taken multiple creative writing courses, and I'm a member of the University of Waterloo Creative Writing Club.
I'm a huge nerd, and absolutely proud of it. I love books, board games, video games, etc. My oldest and most time consuming hobby.