Irfaan Bhimji

As a Senior Business Consultant, Mr. Bhimji has worked extensively to utilize various technologies to develop and customize complete end-to-end e-commerce site implementations using complex platforms such as WebSphere Commerce, Cybersource, IBM Tealeaf, IBM Coremetrics and Magento Commerce Enterprise. His recent projects include customizing e-commerce sites by implementing a full range of features from back end business logic customizations to front end presentation layer customizations. Mr. Bhimji has worked as the QA Testing Lead and led initiatives to perform Functional, Unit, System Integration, Performance and Cross Platform testing. He is also responsible for creating test plans, write test cases, develop testing strategies and lead testing teams based on specific business requirements. He applies engineering Subject Matter Expertise and advanced test concepts to detect defects and faults in the applications under test. Mr.Bhimji also has a proven track record as an effective team leader for leading business units to design and develop ‘custom solutions’ to help achieve client goals. He has led projects through several key design phases such as requirements gathering, conceptual design, detailed design, testing, prototyping and deployment that are built on various technologies.

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Invitation from Google to become a Glass Explorer

Earlier this year, Google had launched +Project Glass contest and offered a unique opportunity to experience Google Glass in-person. I entered into the contest as well and my submissions can be found here. Approximately eight thousand winners were selected and I was not one of them. Recently, I received an email from “Glass Support” with an invitation to […]

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One of the hottest discussions, blogs, and topics discussed this week is LinkedIn’s email congratulating its members for having one of the “Top 1%, 5%, 10%” most viewed profiles in 2012. I, also am one of the candidates who received the email with top 5% seen below: My first impression doubted the email at face […]

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I recently came across a YouTube video from a friend titled “Slow Tech” by Joe Kraus. My first thoughts when opening the link was “hmm, probably not watching” due to the 15 minute time stamp for the length of the video. Since it was recommended by a colleague I admire, I went ahead and played the video. It […]

LinkedIn Passwords Leaked!

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Programming Jobs by Language

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Find your Lost Droid or Compromise Privacy

I recently came across an article from a local newspaper where a man had lost his iPhone and Blackberry. Using a couple of applications, he was able to track his phones to the next block neighbour. Involving the local police, the man went to the neighbor’s house and asked for the phones to be returned […]