Hi there, I’m Pragathi! I’m a software engineer at Intuit based in the bay area. Currently, I work on building out the small business experience for the Live Bookkeeping service through Quickbooks with the React and GraphQL stack. Previously, I was a full-stack engineer working to build cutting-edge payments web applications. I earned my BS in Computer Science and a minor in Economics with honors at Northeastern in Boston, MA. My industry experience spans product developement, developer operations and data analytics. In my free time, I love to read, go for a run, and go for a hike!
May 2019 to current
Full stack engineer developing the live bookkeeping services provided by Quickbooks. Core responsibilities include launching experiments to inspire product decisions, driving the implementation of new features and mentoring junior engineers.
January 2017 to May 2019
Full-stack engineer that led cross-functional product intiatives for new features and tech innovations. Developed a new product from scratch using the latest technology stack (React, GraphQL etc).
January 2016 to January 2017
Front-end engineer that contributed to a payments processing web app that processes about $100 million daily. Led the design and implementation of numerous new features, such as integration with Apple Pay, supported run the business needs, and innovated constantly.
May 2015 to July 2015
Data analyst that implemented new user tracking streams on various web analytics tools and created usage reports to better inform product decisions.
July 2014 to January 2015
Front-end engineer that built out new features for the customer-facing quote estimate tool for various types of insurance from the American market.
May 2014 to July 2014
Front-end engineer tasked with the UI re-design of the internal continuous delivery web application used for packaging and releasing TurboTax code.
July 2013 to December 2013
DevOps engineer that developed build and deploy systems for the automated releases of TurboTax packages using Java and various operations tools and services.
August 2012 to June 2013
Analyzed and interpreted microarray gene expression data acquired through downstream analysis using R at the Molecular Cardiology Research Institute.
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