Description:

Client Background: 

The Georgia Department of Education (GA DOE) is an American agency that governs public education in the state of Georgia. The department manages funding and testing for local educational agencies accountable for student achievement. The Department is managed by the State Superintendent of Schools, a publicly elected position. The department is headquartered in the 2054 Twin Towers East building at 205 Jesse Hill Jr. Drive SE at Martin Luther King Jr. Drive-in Downtown Atlanta. 

Project Scope:

Department was looking for a vendor having experience in developing applications in a .NET environment, a vendor that should be capable of providing Agile development practices and Scrum methodology for project implementation. The project was majorly focused on the implementation of web applications along with the enhancement of existing development on the project.

Solution:

V Group as a prime vendor was responsible for analyzing, designing, developing, deploying, and supporting web applications to meet business and technical requirements. We enhanced the department's existing development that blended several technologies like C#, ASP.Net, .Net core, MVC, Angular 2/4/5, JQuery/JQuery UI, Web API, Web services, LINQ, Entity Framework, HTML5/CSS, OOD & Design Patterns, Unit Testing Frameworks, SQL Server, and Oracle. V Group's technical expertise and years of experience in the industry played a key role to successfully understand and deliver the project. Our team also provided support in activities like writing complex SQL queries, developing Stored Procedures, and Functions in SQL Server/ Oracle environment. As a final validation during the project, we performed code reviews and conducted thorough unit testing as well. 

Technology: 

C#, ASP.Net, .Net core, MVC, Angular 2/4/5, JQuery/JQuery UI, Web API, Web services, LINQ and Entity Framework, HTML5/CSS, OOD & Design Patterns, Unit Testing Frameworks, SQL Server, and Oracle. 

 

Education

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