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PV Subramanian

PV Subramanian

Washington, DC, United States
Member since May 5, 2014
PV's most interesting projects start with someone saying "I don't believe this is possible", and end with a user experience that turns complexity into magic. With strong marketing and entrepreneurial experience, he can start contributing as early as the fuzzy front-end, putting the end-user first.
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  • Java, 10 years
  • C#, 6 years
  • Android, 4 years
  • GAE, 3 years
  • GCM, 3 years
  • JavaMail, 3 years
Washington, DC, United States
Preferred Environment
Eclipse, Android Studio, Visual Studio Express
The most amazing...
...thing I've coded is a J2ME Mandelbrot fractal generator using multiple peer-connected Blackberries for computation.
  • Mobile developer
    2012 - 2013
    Yamm Software
    • Reverse engineered serial protocol for an animal weigh scale.
    • Tested USB-to-serial and serial-Bluetooth adapters for best fit with the application.
    • Developed wireframes for the app.
    • Integrated drivers for USB OTG.
    • Tested and debugged the app remotely.
    Technologies: Android, USB
  • PhoneLeash (Development)

    PhoneLeash is an Android app that forwards SMS and MMS messages to an email account (or a second phone). Users can even reply as if it were an email. Additionally, PhoneLeash offers lost phone location services.

  • Eco driving app (Development)

    When drivers are given instant feedback on the gas-guzzling consequences of their driving behavior, they respond better. This app collects vehicle parameters from an OBD2 adapter (over Bluetooth) such as RPM, instant fuel use, and throttle state to track behavior and make recommendations.

  • Network device configuration and demonstration tool (Development)

    A .NET (C#) Windows desktop application to configure, deploy, and demonstrate the capabilities of a radio frequency ID-based asset tracking product. Features include a rich UI, multiple end-point management, realtime performance monitoring, and per-user licensing.

  • Android app to control Arduino-based cellphone locker (Development)

    As part of a pay-to-charge-phone solution, this Android app processes credit-card transactions and sends commands to an Arduino controller to open a charging locker. At the end of the purchased time, the charging stops, the locker door unlocks, etc.

  • Languages
    Java, C#
  • Frameworks
    GAE, GWT
  • Libraries/APIs
    GCM, JavaMail
  • Platforms
    Windows, Android
  • Other
    Bluetooth, MMS, SMS, WiFi Direct, NFC
  • MBA degree in Marketing
    1996 - 1998
    Indian Institute of Management - India
  • BS degree in Electrical Engineering
    1990 - 1994
    Indian Institute of Technology - India
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