I have enjoyed a lot and learned a lot, overall good refreshment and boosting of my knowledge in information technology. It was a good starting point; I have done C, C+, UNIX and hardware and software installation etc. during this course. Here I should say, I have also been graduated in Master of Commerce (Management), Bachelor of Social Science (BSS), and Bachelor Nautical Engineering from Bangladesh. So, all the skills were blended well (maybe confused me a bit at one stage) in different subjects and fields. Anyway, I have completed the certificate course and got admission at the University of Notre Dame Australia to study Master of Information Systems. I have graduated from the University of Notre Dame Australia in 2004 since then embraced the IT sector as core profession. In the meantime, Australia was overflown with IT professionals considering the job market. I have spent a fair bit of time looking for a job, started at Coles as my first IT Job and Customer service. During the job at Coles, I had the opportunity to learn a lot about database, networking and hardware. I have got admission at TAFE again to do Cisco and ORACLE course. The reason to choose TAFE, there are more facilities to learn thing on hand than another institute.
After that, I did not have to look backwards, got a job at Telstra as technical support. I had the opportunity to learn corporate system management, database, and tools. I had the opportunity to attend many seminars, training relating to my job.
I had started my job at Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC) now it is called Department of Parks and Wildlife (DPaW) as an Oracle Application Developer. Check out my profile in Oracle forum details for more information. I hold very robust, solid and commercial experience in the following fields.
- ASP.NET MVC
- iOnic Framework, Apache Cordova
- Objective C
- iOS Application Development
- Oracle Application Express (APEX)
- Oracle Database
- Linux (Ubuntu, Mint, Fedora, Centos)
- Windows Server 2012