There are three questions you need to answer for each chapter. I have attached the summary of the chapters 4 and 5. I need 2 papers (that mean 3 questions for chapter 4 and 3 questions for chapter 5)I have attached the questions. Please follow those questions and answer.NOTE: ATTACHED THE RESUME FOR 3RD QUESTIONAssignment ContentReflective summaries should be a maximum of one (1) page, typed and 1 1/2-spaced, with Arial font, 1 margins, and 12 point. (Memo format is mandatory = see template provided in Blackboard.). Full sentences required.Week 4:Chapter 6 Learning TracksIntroductionHow businesses store, organize, and manage their data has a tremendous impact on organizational effectiveness. Data has become central and even vital to an organization’s survival.Most of the trouble that occurs is a result of having isolated systems that were time-consuming and expensive to update and use. Because the data are not consolidated into one system, many times the same piece of data is entered multiple times without any consistency. This leads to conflicts and inaccurate reporting. Only by consolidating and integrating the data are problems resolved.This week explores how to correct and prevent these kinds of situations and how digital firms can use database technologies to increase their competitive advantages.Telecommunications is the digital plumbing that holds the modern digital firm together, and makes it possible for all computers, telephones and Internet devices to work. Telecommunications and networks are vital to the majority of businesses today, and this section explains why.The principal Internet services and communication tools are email, chatting, instant messaging, newsgroups, telnet, file transfer protocol, and the Web.How effective are these tools in a business setting? These tools reduce time and cost when firms must manage organizational activities and communicate with many employees. Objectives of the week:What are the problems of managing data resources in a traditional file environment and how are they solved by a database management system?What are the major capabilities of database management systems (DBMS) and why is a relational DBMS so powerful?What are some important principles of database design?What are the principal tools and technologies for accessing information from databases to improve business performance and decision making?Why are information policy, data administration, and data quality assurance essential for managing the firm’s data resources?What are the principal components of telecommunications networks and key networking technologies?What are the different types of networks?How do the Internet and Internet technology work, and how do they support communication and e-business?What are the principal technologies and standards for wireless networking, communication, and Internet access?Why are radio frequency identification (RFID) and wireless sensor networks valuable for business?Action Items:Read chapters from assigned text:Chapter 6: Foundations of Business Intelligence: Database and Information ManagementChapter 7: Telecommunications, the Internet, and Wireless TechnologyRead all additional content provided (i.e., articles, websites, videos, podcasts, etc.) as required.Complete discussion board prompt (s) and respond to peers as required.Complete the assignment(s) and submit by Sunday, midnight, CT.Week 5:Because of its huge user base, its ease-of-use, and a community of users easily linked to dozens or hundreds of other users, the popular business networking site has become a huge security risk to individuals and businesses.Businesses must continually upgrade their security software and try to stay one step ahead of hackers and computer criminals. Securing information systems from unauthorized access, abuse, destruction, or tampering of assets requires a combination of training, procedures, and technologies.The theft of intellectual property is another reason why information and computer security field is growing. Information security systems need organizational and management resources as well as technologies. Establishing a good framework for security and control requires skillful balance of risks, rewards and the operational capabilities of the business.Enterprise systems provide value both by increasing operational efficiency and by providing company-wide information to help managers make better decisions. Large companies with many operating units in different locations have used enterprise systems to enforce standard practices and data so that everyone does business the same way. Enterprise systems help companies respond rapidly to customer requests for information or products.Enterprise software includes analytical tools for using data captured by the system to evaluate overall organizational performance. Enterprise system data have common standardized definitions and formats that are accepted by the entire organization. Enterprise systems allow senior management to easily find out at any moment how a particular organizational unit is performing or to determine which products are most or least profitable.Objectives of the week:Why are information systems vulnerable to destruction, error, and abuse?What is the business value of security and control?What are the components of an organizational framework for security and control?What are the most important tools and technologies for safeguarding information resources?What are the unique features of e-commerce, digital markets, and digital goods?What are the principal e-commerce business and revenue models?How has e-commerce transformed marketing?How has e-commerce affected business-to-business transactions?What is the role of m-commerce in business, and what are the most important m-commerce applications?What issues must be addressed when building an e-commerce Web site?Action Items:Read chapter(s) from assigned text:Chapter 8: Securing Information SystemsChapter 9: Achieving Operational Excellence and Customer Intimacy: Enterprise ApplicationsRead all additional content provided (i.e., articles, websites, videos, podcasts, etc.) as required.Complete discussion board prompt (s) and respond to peers as required.Complete the assignment(s) and submit by Sunday, midnight, CT.
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STUDENT NAME:
EMPLOYER:
SUPERVISOR:
WEEK DATES: (example – 3/9/2020 to 3/13/2020)
Reflective summaries should be a maximum of one (1) page, typed and 1 1/2spaced, with Arial font, 1” margins, and 12 point. (Memo format). Full sentences
required.
Unless otherwise directed by faculty the summaries must address the topics below to
use as “headings” to divide each reflection topic within your summary.
What was the focus of the course work this week?
What were the topics?
How does it relate to your work?i
NOTE: Directly apply concepts learned to work. If the concepts do not apply directly to
your current job, then you need to explain your understanding of how it “can be applied”
in your company.
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Memo updated 03/2020
Sai Divya K
Full Stack .Net Developer
(C): (832)-272-9180|| Email: saidivyak2@gmail.com
Professional Summary:


















Around 5+ years of professional experience in Software Design, Development and testing using
.Net technologies.
Experience in Requirements gathering, Analysis, Design and Developing software solutions.
Experience in developing Web Applications using N-Tier Architecture.
Strong experience in Object Oriented Programming (OOPs) and methodologies.
Strong C# and ASP.NET skills focused on creating Windows and Web Applications.
Experience with frontend technologies like HTML5, CSS3, Scripting languages like JavaScript,
JQuery, AJAX, Angular and NodeJS.
Experience in developing web applications using ASP.NET MVC, Web API and WCF.
Developed web applications using Test Driven Development (TDD) methodology.
Expertise in Microsoft Visual Studio 2015/2012/2017 Win forms and LINQ.
Extensive experience in development and optimizing of Queries using SQL Query Analyzer,
Stored Procedures and Triggers.
Experience in developing applications using Service Oriented Architectures (SOA), Consuming
and Publishing XML Web Services (SOAP, WSDL, UDDI) using .NET Framework and Solid
understanding of Service Oriented Architectures.
Extensive experience in design using OOP’s concepts like Encapsulation, Inheritance,
Polymorphism, Abstraction and Design patterns like MVVM, Factory, Singleton, MVC,
MVP.
Experience in SSIS (Integration Service) package design, construction, and deployment.
Experience working on SSRS (Report Service) Reports
Optimized code and improved performance of the database queries.
Experience working with GitHub, BitBucket and TFS.
Worked in Agile and Scrum environments.
Excellent communication, interpersonal skills, troubleshooting and debugging complex issues.
Education:


Master’s in computer science from National University, San Diego, CA
Bachelor’s in computer science from Koneru Lakshmiah University, India
Certifications:


Microsoft Certified Technology Associate
Microsoft Certified Professional
Technical Skills:
Programming Languages
.NET Technologies
Scripting Language
C#, Java, C, C++.
Microsoft .NET Framework, ASP.NET, ADO.NET, MVC, Entity
Framework.
JavaScript, jQuery, AngularJS
Database
Unit Testing Frameworks
Development IDE
Source Repositories
Web Servers
SQL Server 2012 (T-SQL, Stored procedures, Triggers), Oracle 11g,
MySQL.
Nunit.
Visual Studio .NET 2015/2012, XCode (for IPhone apps).
Git Hub, TFS, Bitbucket.
IIS 7.0/6.0.
Professional Experience:
Software Developer
The Climate Registry
May 2019 – Present
Responsibilities:












Worked on developing and designing the web application using Web forms and ADO.NET.
Involved in various phases of Software Development Life Cycle such as Requirement
gathering, Analysis, Design and Implementation and Maintenance in Agile environment.
Developed a project from the scratch using ASP.NET MVC, HTML 5, CSS3, Bootstrap and
Angular with Entity Framework.
Interacted with the customer to gather the requirements.
Created a RESTful and SOAP Web API service using C#. NET Web API to generate data which was
then consumed in the front-end by Angular.
Designing and Demo presentation of new UI templates for the Project.
Re-designed SQL database with Views, Functions, Triggers and Store procedures.
Implemented Synfusion for SSRS Reports and Graphical representation of data.
Changed the project from TFS 2010 to GITHUB source control.
Set up Spiceworks tool for Project Planning and bug tracking.
Guiding the other developers to learn and implement the project with new technologies.
Preparing the documents about the changes and new implements in the project.
Environment: C#, ASP.NET, HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, Angular, SQL Server, Linux, SSRS,
ADO.NET, MVC, Entity framework and Visual Studio 2017.
Research Assistant 1
University of Connecticut
Sep 2018 – May 2019
Responsibilities:








Worked on major projects based on .NET and UI. Responsible for development and maintenance
of the applications.
Involved in developing Web service operations in Service Oriented Architecture (SOA).
Involved extensively in Code Reviews, Unit testing and Process Improvements.
Developed solutions for diverse programming scenarios in C#, employing Object Oriented
Programming (OOP) concepts
Mainly involved in development and maintenance of the website using HTML5, CSS, Ajax, and
jQuery, JavaScript, Angular and Node.js and Sequelize.JS.
Developed and implemented a rich Web user interface using ASP.NET Web Forms and C#.
Create and maintain various types of reports using SQL server reporting services for management.
Developed view models and controller actions method to fetch the data from the back-end REST
services and send it as JSON objects to the views.
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Developed Data Model Classes with LINQ to SQL and business rules that are implemented within
model layer using C#.
Implemented routing, Security, Action Filter techniques for application development.
Used WCF SOAP, WCF REST Services with different bindings for developing and deploying
services in line with the Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) to make it available to different types
of clients.
Performed Linux server installations as needed and supported troubleshooting of issues
Environment: C#, ASP.NET, HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, Angular, NodeJS, SQL Server, Linux,
Sequelize.JS,
Application Developer
National Registry Medical Technicians
Responsibilities:










Sep 2017 – Aug 2018
Worked as a Full Stack developer for Insightly’s web application using ASP.Net MVC, C#,
JQuery, JavaScript, AWS, Bootstrap, HTML, CSS and SQL Server.
Working on all layers such as Presentation, Data access, and Business logic layer.
Designed and developing SSIS packages using different transformations like Conditional Split,
Multicast, Union-All, Merge, Merge Join and Derived Column.
Created interactive reports with SSRS, using report parameters, query parameters, filters and
expressions.
Used Grid View, Data List, and Panels to display and manipulate data in ASP.NET Web Forms.
Extensively Used ADO.NET and data objects such as Data Adapter, Data Reader, Dataset, Data
table, and XML Text Reader/Writer for consistent access to SQL data sources.
Involved in creating Stored Procedures, Functions and high-level T-SQL programming in SSIS
packages.
Written code by using Lambda Expressions and LINQ Query.
Involved in creating Stored Procedures, Functions and high-level T-SQL programming in SSIS
packages.
Used Syncfusion for graphical representation of data with 3D effects
Environment: .Net Framework 4.5, C#, ASP.NET MVC, HTML 5, Bootstrap, JavaScript, CSS, WCF, Web
API, Entity Framework, SQL Server 2008, LINQ, VS2017, SyncFusion, SQL Server 2017, SSIS, SSRS,
TFS.
Junior Software Developer
Apcote, Monroeville, PA
Sep 2016 – July 2017
Responsibilities:
• Involved in the SDLC phase of requirement analysis, design, and development of the windows and
web-based application tool using ASP.NET MVC, Web API and C#.
• Extensively used WCF and Web API’s in the application.
• Developed Web Pages using SPA (Single Page Applications) using AngularJS, HTML5, CSS3
& Bootstrap & JavaScript.
• Migrated existing applications developed in VB to C# using .Net Framework and resolved
migration issues.
• Responsible for the debugging, testing, implementation of different modules and developing web
services.
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Involved in UNIT testing and writing test cases in Test Directory and Bug fixing.
Used Grid View, Data List, and Panels to display and manipulate data in ASP.NET Web Forms.
Heavily used LINQ to Objects, LINQ to SQL and Entity Framework to work with database.
Extensively used MVC and Entity framework as part of the IEF tool development.
Used Team Foundation Server for source control, reporting, check-in policies, build schedule and
project tracking.
• Used ORM Entity Framework technology extensively for data retrieving, querying, storage and
manipulation using LINQ.
• Used Github and Bitbucket for source control
• Worked on Google Analytics to track the usage of the website and set custom dimensions and
metrics.
Environment: .Net Framework 4.5, C#, ASP.NET MVC, AngularJS, HTML, JavaScript, CSS, WCF, Web
API, Entity Framework 4.0, SQL Server 2012, LINQ, VS2015, SQL Server 2012, SSIS, NUnit.
Junior Full Stack .Net Developer
Unik5 Soft Solutions, India
June 2013 – December 2014
Responsibilities:
• Developed and Implemented a rich Web user interface using ASP.NET Web Forms and C#.
• Used front end web development tools like Ajax, CSS, JavaScript, HTML.
• Developed Entity Framework to access a relational database from the application.
• Involved in requirement analysis, design and development.
• Involved in Unit and Functional testing and fixing the issues occurred in the testing process.
• Performed database operations on SQL Server 2008 to create and maintain data by creating SQL
queries, stored procedures, functions, and views.
• Coordinated with various groups of the client to gather business and system requirements.
• Manage the back-end connection to Microsoft SQL as the data source using ADO.Net and write
SQL queries, stored procedures and triggers to manage data.
• Involved in application design based on MVC 3, Factory Design Pattern and OOPS. Active
Developer of the core developing Team for the Banking Software using C#.Net, SQL Server with
MVC Pattern.
• Designed WCF the front end using XAML Browser WPF for Rich UI.
• Worked extensively on the UI, created views by utilizing MVC3, and created view models.
• Consumed Web Services using WCF for online transactions using C# and exposed them through
SOAP and HTTP.
• Used SSIS to manipulate data to integrate the SQL Server database into larger processes.
• Used Team Foundation Server (TFS) for version control.
• Followed Agile methodologies.
Environment: .Net Framework 4.0, C#, ASP.NET Web Forms, JavaScript HTML5, CSS, AJAX, Web
Services, WCF, Entity Framework, Visual Studio 2012, SQL Server 2008, NUnit.
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