Front End Web (UI) developer (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – May 9, 2016
• Managed application state using server and client-based State Management options. • Coded Java Script for page functionality and Pop up Screens. • Implemented AJAX functionality using JQUERY, EXT-JS, JSON and XML. • Worked closely with Business Analysts in understanding the technical requirements of each project and prepared the use cases for different functionalities and designs. • Designed new classes and functionalities using various JQUERY components for CRM application for customer service.
Enjoying with challenging roles and fun work place
Sr.Java / J2EE Developer (Current Employee) – New York, NY – May 1, 2016
This pattern provides a more granular level of authorization than is typically provided by J2EE role-based authorization, getting down to the level of an individual object within a system. We are now dealing with protection of data, not just of functionality.
Vice President, Senior Developer (Former Employee) – 740 7th Avenue, NYC, NY – April 19, 2016
Excellent teams. Mornings were usually meetings with London and Singapore teams. Afternoon and early evenings were development time. Working on the trading floor afforded me many interactions with different traders, risk managers, financial controls. Learned Java, perfected C++ and a lot of credit derivative knowledge. The hardest part of the job was managing global teams, many late night calls. The most enjoyable part of the job were that the traders gave me the time to interact and communicate. I saved the firm $1.6 million over a couple of coffee machine stops.
My colleagues are very friendly , we are having fun and enjoying our work for time being activities
Sr.Java / J2EE Developer (Current Employee) – New York, NY – April 4, 2016
My typical day at work is to achieve the clickjack to handle the attackers to steal the data by hijacking the users.It was on 11/28/2015 , I have learned that this issue can be defended in two ways , they are X-Frame , and Best-for-now Legacy Browser Frame Breaking Script.
Reseptionist assistant jr. Bilingual (Former Employee) – Mexico City – April 1, 2016
One regular day at work for me is to control the phone, crest any kind of documents.
The hardest part of my job is to control all the appointment had everything set down correctly. and control some of the employee and teach them what they do wrong in the correct way. the most enjoyable part of my job is that i always love to be in the administration part, take detitions and be part of a growing protect. and make it better.
It was a nice place to work in, and it was well kept
Guest Services (Former Employee) – Anywhere – March 16, 2016
My typical day at work was check in, go to my assigned spot make sure where I was working was clean and checked properly for the well being of the guests then I would check the guests tickets and assign them to their seats. I learned how to communicate well with the guests, and be patient when it comes to their attitudes. Management was good at their job if I needed to anything I can always ask them and my co-workers were friendly as well as professional. The hardest part of the job was dealing with the guests attitudes, but the most enjoyable part was watching the games and concerts.
productive work place that is high paced with positive people and fun work initiatives
Usher/Ticket Taker (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – March 6, 2016
typical day at work is often communication heavy, high paced with a lot of people. I often learn from veterans of the work place management is kind, understanding and gives work initiatives most my co- workers are nice with your occasional grumpy people hardest part of the job would have to be managing your breaks, and warding off people who do not belong in certain places most enjoyable part of the job is seeing people smile and enjoying their time spent.
employee discounts, employee benefits, free view of events from working.
short breaks, often on your feet, occasional difficult customers.
MARKETING & PARTNERSHIP MARKETING ASSISTANT (Current Employee) – New York, NY – March 2, 2016
My day to day tasks are to assist Partnership Marketing team with designing and activating marketing concepts to enhance value engagement for each of our seven franchising platforms, including those associated with supporting the New York Islanders’ inaugural season at Barclays Center. I believe the work experience that I have been gaining at Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment strengthened my research, teamwork, leadership skills. For instance During my time here, I have been overseeing our team of interns in helping the account managers with day to day tasks to activate our partnerships. Moreover I participated in the formulation of a comprehensive partnership proposal that helped Brooklyn Sport & Entertainment to renew a marketing contract with Viber (the international social Messaging App). The challenge for me was the absent of any kind of sports experience when I got here. Working and communicating with the fans are the most exciting part of my job. I am assisting Partnership Marketing team with on-site activations and client hospitatlity at all Barclays Center events.