Hi! I'm Bobby Ranjan, a computer engineering student at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Born in Scotland, raised in India and studying in Singapore, I like building stuff from the ground up - be it software or hardware. I'm also a massive Manchester United fan.
A Day in my life (Ideally)
Always the hardest part of the day
Attack the Gym
Because exercise in the morning is the best thing that could happen to you8:30 am
Go to work
Jot down a list of things to do during the day10:00 am
My opportunity to talk to people outside work environment12:30 pm
Complete my work for the day, and leave for home6:00 pm
The beautiful game completes a day of hard work8:30 pm
- Used XPPAUT and MATLAB to model calcium signaling in a neuron dying for beta-amyloid misfolding and deposition.
- Paper accepted for publication in BMC Systems Biology.
- Presented paper at Asia-Pacific Bioinformatics Conference (APBC) 2018.
- Built customer-facing license consumption report for all BitTitan products
- Conducted tech feasibility analysis to improve BitTitan’s reporting capacity
- Built code analysis tool to clean up database references across codebase
- Worked on the payments processing and payments testing development teams
- Redesigned database logging using a queueing mechanism with the help of Apache ActiveMQ and Java Spring Framework
- Also built an application to help onboard new testers onto the testing platform, using Java, AngularJS and SQL
Asia Risk Transfer Solutions - a software and technological solutions startup that aims to help the insurance industry and governments create and manage risk transfer products, known as Insurance for the Masses, for developing communities in Asia.
- Worked in a small team of 6 on Android application development for the company
- Developed 2 MVP Android applications for different user groups
- Enhanced server-side API of the enterprise web application
- Tech stack included Java, Android and Django
As a student, I love venturing into projects during my spare time.