Hi, I am Arnali Saha. A tech enthusiast based in India.
"I am a graduate in Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering.I have never been very good with equipments and heavy machines.When I was in my second term,I started working on DIY mini projects from Instructables and it got me interested in robotics.Initially, it was mainly designing circuits (mostly Atmel 8051 series controllers) and soldering before I decided to move on to Arduino and Pi.I started spending more time behind computer screens and eventually I got involved with coding,in general.I started experimenting with programming languages and kick-started my career as a graphic and interface designer and application developer.Soon,I found out I was being able to provide better software support to my hardware counterparts with my new found obsession of algorithms and codes.Until now,I have worked on multiple technologies over one thousand cups of coffee.I also have some experience in digital marketing and branding.When I am not working you’d either find me jamming or blogging. "
I have been working with bots and chips since sophomore year before I got my hands on programming.
I have worked on multiple technologies in various pet projects.I am good with designing circuits and programming microcontrollers.When I got into college,I started programming chips for my projects and got interested in codes and algorithms.I have been working with codes and binary since then and my primary front end development stack is HTML/CSS/JS.I have experience with CMS applications like Wordpress and responsive framework library like Bootstrap.I prefer working with PHP and Python on server side. I have also worked with AIML and XML while I was working on a project associated with chatbots and Machine Learning.
I have got experience as a UX/UI developer too and I have handled high-quality wireframes and mockups.Every single visual design task challenges me to experiment with distinct, user-friendly and easy user experience phenomenon.
For more information,view my portfolio here.