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My childhood blossomed in a small town in the Naogaon district in Bangladesh. Until I completed my high school, my earthly God i.e. parents sheltered me under their love and care. Further, for quality education, I had to move to Rajshahi, a divisional city in Bangladesh. My excitement had no bounds when a new chapter opened in my life; I got the opportunity to travel to the US.

Traveling is something that I enjoy, it takes away all my fatigue and keeps me fresh for wanting more and more. Exploring new places excites me, not only monuments and structures but a whole new culture. What I look after is meeting new people, exchanging views, opening myself up to unknown and strange. I love to experience new customs, cultures, to understand history through the local people. Needless to say, nature and its different forms of beauty at different places never fail to amaze me. This particular interest of mine, traveling, has also given birth to a new hobby, photo shooting. I am a person who enjoys being behind the camera, and not a fan of selfies.

Speaking about my tech base, I started my job with Java and Spring framework for microservices but then got highly involved with React, Redux, Kubernetes, Docker, Jenkins, Captain, Drone, several SQL, and NoSQL databases. I am your typical Millennial, I am a work-nerd, travel enthusiast, an amateur photographer, and a person just trying to be a better version of myself.

Arup, a full stack developer who gets gravitated towards history as well as newness, Cargill is a perfect place for him to prosper, career-wise. A good to know fact about Cargill is that: Cargill has shifted all the deliveries from restaurants and supermarkets to consumers directly in different parts of the World, a little something in that must have helped many during the pandemic. Employees like Arup, who are the backbone of companies like Cargill, are working tirelessly in this situation to make the rest of our lives better.

‘Voices of Consultadd’ is a dedicated arena to freely voice our accomplishments, struggles, opinions; to share our stories.’

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