Adobe software Engineer Noah Luke

Noah Luke

Senior Adobe software Engineer
10 years experience

£15 - £25/hour

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A multi-skilled IT professional with more than fifteen years of combined experience in the areas of Software Development & Support and Systems Administration. He is experienced in developing applications using various technologies including Java, Microsoft and Oracle tools.

Work Experience

Senior Software Engineer
July 2016 - Present
  • Technologies: Spring Tool Suite, MySqlWork Bench, iReport 4.1
Software Consultant
May 2014 - July 2016
  • Created data preparation Class to be used for Bulk Payment Load Testing.
  • Implementation of data preparation and Load/Stress Testing.
  • Helped in Application fine tuning Real Time.
  • Supported/Fixed Bugs for Realtime module.
  • Technologies: Oracle 11, Spring Tool Suite, Oracle Developer tools , iReport 4.0
System Administrator
September 2010 - May 2014
  • Administration and maintenance of Windows 2003 Server.
  • Administration and maintenance of Linux 5/5.5 Enterprise Server.
  • Maintenance of VMware4.0 on Windows.
  • Administered both Linux and Windows virtual server.
  • Configured datastores and virtual load capacity of VMware.
  • Maintenance of CA ARCserve Backup and other storage-related problem.
  • Full proof network by attending to Nessus scans and alert
  • Created tender specs for coming and future development projects. Database analysis of database and
    table structure for the application use.
  • Technology analysis of which the application will use.
  • Created a diagram of the system flow of the application development.
  • Analysis of current improvement on applications installed.
  • Developed the NUS Library online payment system using Java2EE technology
  • Technologies: J2EE

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
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