Hola ! my name is Sukhvinder Singh. Since last 15 years I am working in the field of Computer Science. Currently I am associated with Infosys UK Limited working as a Senior Technology Architect in London. I am specialised in Cloud technologies, cloud migrations, trading platforms and low latency and high throughput applications. I am also AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate and Azure Certified.
I have an extensive experience working in financial domain ( electronic trading, forex, payments, risk etc ). Sometimes over the weekend I work on Robotics, create some robots to satisfy my soul, which also gives me feeling of relaxation. I like photography, reading, listen to music and also watch lots of movies ( really lots ).
I also enjoy traveling, so far I visited many countries. Though I want to cover some continents by road. Though not sure, when I am going to have a chance, lets wait the companies to migrate to cloud and adapt new technologies after that I might get some chance ..:)
I tried hard to pluck the right strings on guitar, now I am more inclined towards photography.
I believe to work on those projects, which require innovative ideas and creativity and are full of challenges.
In Singapore my team bagged a first prize in best booth category in Credit Suisse, Singapore ITEXPO 2008. I had built the car-racing track to show the flow of trading system. To know more about it click here. I have won first prize in Innovation Machines in International Beam Robotics and in Miscellaneous Category Third prize. Apart from this I have various awards and honours from various national scientific, academic and religious bodies you can check out awards & honors and appraisal page, also won 1st prize in badminton at district level in India.
I had worked with more then four companies, also closely explored more then fifteen software products architectures, during my master’s Software Engineering course I did a very interesting Software Engineering methodology “Extreme Programming”, and I have used it in my various projects, in fact recently I had given a presentation on this in Credit Suisse, Singapore, find the presentation slides here.
When I was in 9th standard I built a robot J1 (click here to see the picture) that was awarded by school level, distract level in science exhibitions. Then I built its successors J2 (click here to see the picture) and Pratap (click here to see the picture). Then I built Mumorob-WNMS robot which won two international awards from Solarbotics, Canada.
After completing my master’s course I joined Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, during that period I developed Hexpad robot, controlled by PC parallel port. Click on links to know more about my awards and honors and my appraisal.
I like reading books and learning new technologies, some of interesting and practical books that I have read so far, are useful for project managers, software professionals. I always learn something new in book reading. Though I have done some book reviews like Designing of Web usability by “Jacob Nelson”, Microsoft secrets by “Cusumano & Selby” etc.