Naimisha Mummidi

Naimisha Mummidi

Back End Developer Intern, Flowh
Aurora, CO


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  • What I Do

    I am a back end developer intern for a social networking company "Flowh". I also am pursuing my masters education in computer science.

  • Why Engineering?

    I love inventing things. That is the reason i chose engineering. I have a provisional patent on my name too. 

  • School Days

    I am right now in masters. My major is computer science. My skills include:

    • algorithms, software engineering practices,
    • artificial intelligence, machine learning, data modeling,
    • SQL, MySQL, Python, Microsoft Office,
    • Cloud 9 IDE, ERwin. 
  • My Day At Work

    Data modeling, database schema, MySQL, Artificial intelligence route map ,dealing with huge set of information is my daily routine.

  • Best Part

    Invention is best part of being an engineer. I feel engineers are gods came to earth to solve human issues through technology. I am just gathering skillset to serve the world.

  • Proud Moments

    Felt the best when got a patent in my name, or even when i got my first internship as a back end developer :) 

  • Challenges

    Challenging the impossible is always my daily routine. Right now I am meeting many in my university in the idea to develop a product. And also i am searching for an internship in a better company

  • My Family

    My family is in India. Right now I am living in Aurora, Colorado, USA

  • Dreams and Goals

    Short term:

    • Want to have few more patents, which can solve human issues.
    • Want a career in database systems

    Long term:

    • Want to be a research scientist along with database works
  • Inspiration

    Thomas Alva Edison

    Shunpei Yamazaki

    Kia Silverbrook

  • Want to be an Engineer?

    Improve your math skills

  • Hobbies

    Invention, working to bring new ideas into vision, irrespective of whether it is a hardware or a software project