FlowyPay / Software Engineer
John Kuan is a self-motivated and adept software developer, with experience in mobile applications and Full Stack including Web API for multi-client interfacing and DevOps to automate repetitive processes. John also has the entrepreneurial spirit to venture out into business to learn to wield the reins of company from ground up. He perceives himself as a ‘forever learner’, keeping in touch with la
Food deals with a wide variety of restaurant choices to be viewed and redeemed through mobile applications.
FlowyPay is a B2C Fintech (payments) start-up that delivers a multi-currency e-wallet for consumers to perform local and overseas payments with a social angle. www.flowypay.com
- Pilot the company's direction into 3 focus areas: Process, Inventory, and Logistics Management to plan out business opportunities in the specified areas.
- Review the architecture of the iOS platform in Burpple and implement best practices and scalable patterns to allow easier extension of features in the future.
- Collaborate extensively in agile scrum management with stakeholders, designers, and internal testers to deliver business functionalities.
Member of the Publicity Cell of the National University of Singapore, School of Computing Photographed the various events conducted by Computing Club such as Freshman Orientation Programs, Sports Camp, Halloween Night. NUS Photography Society Member of the Photography Society of National University of Singapore
- Designed customized monitoring dashboards to display current web server status with the integration of AWS services such as CloudWatch and EC2 servers leased by RAZER to kickstart dashboard presentations in the office space.
Tasked to maintain the database information of senior officers of the Singapore Police Force under the Manpower Department Optimized the database search using Microsoft Excel's macro reducing comparison time between lists. Assigned to maintain IT inventories of the department along with a group of NS officers as well as liaising with the main IT department of Singapore Police Force.
Involved in the planning and execution of major events in 2010 and 2011 such as the Singapore Youth Olympic Games, General and Presidential Elections, National Day Parade and Singapore Grand Prix as well as the for corporate welfare retreats and function events Management of key roles such as secretariat to meetings, creation of Operational duty rosters, consolidation of Excel and Words reports.
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