About

Hi,

Working as a Flex Developer for a credit card company in Dublin, Ireland. Use both Flex Builder 3 and Flash Builder 4. Server side is Java, with data exchanged via HttpService (XML E4X). I design and implement the business logic and custom UI components to process, display and update  large amounts of financial and user specific data.

Previously worked in the Software Technology Research Centre in DKIT as a software developer. Developed Flex, Air and C# applications for visualizing and data-mining the the links between files and users accross networks. We used WSDL WebServices (JSON) for communication between the server-side and front-end. Also spent a number of years working with Visual Studio Tools for Office (VSTO), developing MS Office Add-ons for the financial industry (C#, VBA).

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4 Responses to “About”

  1. Pranav Says:

    Hey Bishop,

    Love your blog. It has many useful things that a programmer need.
    Keep blogging!

  2. Pranav Says:

    FYI. Just added it to my blog roll 🙂

  3. sachin Says:

    Thanks for ur suggestion for my sample “magnifying glass in Flex”.

  4. harishvardhan Says:

    i have a arraycollection in which each element is a dictionary
    for ex: Item 1: Fontstyle:Italic
    1:46 item 2:Fontstyle :bold
    item3:Underline :true
    in this array collection i want to remove the fontstyle attributed items and add it to a new dictionary where in it contains only the unique values

    can you email me please?harishvardhan@ymail.com

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