Programmer | Consultant | Solution Architecture | Speaker | Blogger

Java Enthusiast | Android Lover | Cloud Expert | Technology Geek

Ketan PArmar


Curiosity helps us learn. It makes mind active. It helps to observe new ideas. It opens up new worlds and possibilities. It brings excitement into your life. Curiosity encourages exploration, exploration encourages discovery, discovery encourages pleasure. I started writing software before 9 years, since then I am learning something new everyday. The curiosity in myself helped me to complete my Ph.D in computer science.


Creativity is a function of knowledge, curiosity, imagination, and evaluation. The greater your knowledge base and level of curiosity, the more ideas, patterns, and combinations you can achieve, which then correlates to creating new and innovative products and services. Creativity helps me to solve complex technical problems with simplicity.


One person with passion is better than forty people merely interested. I am passionate about software development, writing a blog, sharing knowledge and mentoring. I am passionate since I wrote my first code "Hello Word" in Foxpro. Tool, Language, Technology change but passion remain undiluted.




  • Amazon AWS
  • Google Cloud
  • Micro Service
  • Big Data
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • I have been working on Amazon AWS Cloud computing for many years, I have been involved in architecture design of enterprise projects. I have been involved in software and methodologies which help accelerate application migration to AWS. My past experience helps me to determine what works best on AWS, what can port easily, what needs to be changed, and what migration approach is right for your requirements. I completed range of architecture, delivery and application modernization blueprints and tools to help me develop more effective on AWS. Leverage best practices, methodologies, design patterns and code frameworks to deliver high performance cloud-native applications quickly, with full support for optimized and scalable cloud models. Recently I am working on architecture where Internet of Things (IoT) and Big Data involve.


  • Android
  • Java (SE,ME,EE)
  • Restlet & Jersey
  • Apache Solr
  • Node.js
  • I love writing code and I am doing it since 9 years. I started my career writing desktop applications then moved to web application using J2EE (JSP, Servlet, Web Service, Struts, Hibernate, etc) then after I started writing mobile application using J2ME, BlackBerry and Android and then I am working on Cloud Computing (Amazon AWS , Google Cloud Platform). I have worked on all kinds of projects with teams between small to big team on various domains like finance, tender & auction, telecommunication, banking, healthcare, entertainment.


  • Application Migration
  • Technology Migration
  • Performance Optimization
  • Scalability
  • I have been involved in consulting to the clients about business, strategies, strategies analysis, tools & technology identification, deployment and releasing strategies. Consulting will help customer to improve business. My experience in various domains and various technologies (Web, Mobile and Cloud) help me to understand client's business and consult in every aspect of development to execution to deployment.


  • Presentation
  • Blog
  • Books
  • As a developer stackoverflow helped in my growth. Attending technology events and blogging provided the right exposure to hone my skills & receive valuable inputs of the community & tech circles. Now I think my time has come to give back to the community. I share my knowledge and experience using blog and public speaking. Recently I have delivered talk at Google Developer Group Ahmedabad and Google Business Group Ahmedabad. Visit SlideShare for presentation. I also get change to become technical reviewer of two books for Packt Publication (1. Developing Restful web service with Jersey 2.0. , 2) Mastering AWS


    Drop me a line if you have some feedback , want to ask a questions or just say Hello .

    To understand a program, you must become both the machine and the program.