Hello, I'm Hraday Joshi
IT Architect - Chef - Close-up Magician - Aspiring Standup Comic

I'm working as a Solution Architect at Francis Crick Institute in London City since April 2019.

I graduated with a Bachelors in Computing & Information System from University of Portsmouth.

I maintain a list of the stuff I enjoy reading, watching.

The places I have worked

April 2019 - Present

I am working as IT Architect

March 2018 - April 2019

I mainly work on development of MoveON SaaS platform.

March 2016 - March 2018

I developed Social networking site for people with mental illness/conditions. Majorly I have worked on SHaRON.

Jan 2013- March 2016

I made web based system and websites for all the businesses. Currently I am working on MOBO client's projects.

March 2012 - November 2012

I worked here as a full stack developer. I learnt the importance of indent coding and comments.

February 2011 - February 2012

I did my bachelors in Computing and Information System from Portsmouth University.Here it rains a lot.

Little bit more about me..

I'm extremely nocturnal and have spent many nights coding and developing small softwares.

I am foodie and love cooking and experimenting with food. You can find my dishes here

I love entertaining people. I have spend many nights learning and practicing magic tricks. From P.C.Sorcar to David Blaine are all my favourite Magicians.

I love cricket, badminton and Squash. I play cricket for Cardiff Cavaliers Cricket Club (not anymore moved to London). I'm true blue Indian cricket team supporter.

I am fan of Hip-Hop but do love Hindi music. My favourite artists are (Drake, Stormzy, Jay Z, Divine, Kanye West, Skepta, JME, Prateek Kuhad, Parekh and Singh and list goes on). I always carry headphone with me.I have many playlists on Spotify

I like debating (not arguing) on different topics from environment to tech to politics. I have written 80,000+ lines of code in PHP and 14,000+ in HTML, CSS and Jquery. My Myers-Briggs Type Indicator(MBTI) is ENTP. On my free time I love solving logical problems in CAT old papers and rubik's cube.