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Name : Ashish Jain
Hobbies : Writing Blogs, Solving Excel queries, Photography, Travelling
Job Profile : With around 10 years of software development experience, I have evolved through various phases of technology, programming paradigms, changing business environments and managing stakeholder expectations. I have always been in a techno-functional role where it's about understanding the business then translating business knowledge into coding to generate the appropriate business solution. My Ideology is to give technical solutions to business challenges rather than coding what business wants. It's about understanding the business environment, challenges and to suggest and implement a suitable technical solution.
Currently, I am levelling up myself by acquiring latest technological innovations in web domain and gaining knowledge of finance by experimenting in securities markets. To put all this into the perspective, I am building a system using bleeding edge technologies like Progressive Web App, Angular 2, Node.js, Typescript, MongoDB, Expressjs, ReactJS and Python while learning and implementing the concepts of Machine Learning, NLP, Calculus, UX and statistical models.
In the past, I have worked for financial institutions like BlackRock, Barclays, McKinsey & Co. and CSC. As can be seen, my professional experience has been gradually shifted to serve clients in Banking and Financial Services. I recently was awarded the Investment Foundations certificate by CFA Institute and currently enrolled for 'Certificate in Quantitative Finance' by Fitch Learning Institute.
Academic Qualifications: Master of Computer Applications, B.Sc. (Honours) in Mathematics
Technical Qualifications: Microsoft Certified Professional, Microsoft Office Specialist (Excel),
Name: Ayush Jain (Microsoft MVP)Hobbies: Blogging, Stock markets, Investments, Making friends, Stumbling Internet
Profile: I'm working with Ernst & Young as Manager. My role is to handle and develop MIS reports, Sales reporting and automate manual tasks using VBA Macros. My total work experience is above 11 years. In the past, I have worked with Citigroup, STMicroelectronics and Agilent Technologies as a reporting analyst and BRIO developer.
Academic Qualifications: B.Com (H) from Delhi University, PGDBM from IMT, Ghaziabad
Technical Qualification: GNIIT
I would like to know how do you
change the color for each SUM
that is selected from the array?
I've been looking at the program,
I have created my own sample
program but not able to see how
you change the color.
Thanks for your help.