Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Transcripts - Naba Chinde
firstname.lastname@example.org NABA CHINDE San Jose,
(408)455-5035 www.linkedin.com/in/nabachinde/ CA 95112
MS Electrical Engineering Jan 2014 – Dec 2015
Specialisation: Networking (Expected)
San Jose State University, San Jose, CA
Virtualization technologies, Internetworking, Voice and data networks, Network Security.
Virtually configured Cisco Routers and Switches using putty as a part of Lab exercise.
B.E Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering Aug 2009 – May 2013
Mumbai University, Mumbai, India
Mobile communication Systems, Computer Communication Networks, Wireless Networks.
CERTIFICATIONS: CCNA (Routing and Switching) San Jose, August 2014
Languages: Python, C, Java, Linux/UNIX scripting, SQL.
Operating systems: Linux, iOS, Windows
Networking concepts and Protocols: VoIP, SIP, SS7, H.323 , HTTP, HTTPS, IPSEC, DES, AES, RSA, DNS, DHCP, Frame
Relay, EIGRP, OSPF, RIP, VLAN, VTP, SMTP, SNMP, Net flow, MPLS, HDLC, PPP, VPN, LAN, WAN, MAN, STP, RSTP,
HSRP, VRRP, GLBP, TCP/IP and Policy Based Routing (PBR)
Tools: Web traffic Analysis - Wireshark
Routers and switches simulators - Packet Tracer and GNS3
Web penetration testing - Deter lab, Mininet, Putty
Juniper Innovation Contest - Troubleshooting IP CLOS Fabrics for Next Generation Data Center Clouds
Learned Data Center Fabrics, CLOS L2 and L3 technologies
Developed a Python program to troubleshoot the IP CLOS fabric with/without a user interface.
Network Security (Ongoing)
Performing DoS de-authentication attacks
Proposing a defence mechanism to detect such attacks using IDS/IPS.
Setting up a hacking lab for penetration testing using KALI Linux/Backtrack.
DNS analysis, ARP poisoning MITM attack followed by DNS spoofing using Deter lab.
Vulnerability analysis, Port stealing and Mac-flooding attacks in switches.
Network Address Translator:
Configured NAT and PAT on Cisco router via telnet using putty.
Implemented access-lists, Configured NAT for IPv6 using Packet tracers and GNS3.
Cisco - Challenge Participant, October 2014. Won a challenge form Cisco - "How would you troubleshoot as a network engineer?" on
Mind Sumo platform.
Voice Recognition using Hidden Markov Model:
Developed a voice recognition system using Hidden Model.
Trained the robot so that it can work based on input given by humans through voice.
Published a Technical Paper on Voice Recognition using Hidden Markov Model at National Conference on Electronic Technologies
(NCET) on 12th
Line Follower Robot | Arduino UNO:
Designed a robot capable of sensing black or white lines and follow them accurately.
Proportional-Integral-Derivative (PID) algorithm and Pulse Width Modulation were key parts of the project.
Chairman and Treasurer of IEEE society at Mumbai University Jul 2011 – Apr 2013
Editor of IEEE MHSSCOE magazine Live Wire 2011 – 2012.
Volunteer: Be The Match- National Marrow Donor Programme, USA.
Career Interests – Big Data/ Hadoop, Computer Networking, SDN