Mr. Muhammad Azim has played a vital role in multiple projects at iENGINEERING through his 14 years of experience related to software and database development. He has extensive hands-on experience of working with multiple programming languages and a specialist command on database design and development. As the Development Manager, he is responsible for leading the design and development of applications architecture using Microsoft .NET, Microsoft SQL Server, and Oracle. He holds a Master’s degree in Computer Science with a specialization in Object-Oriented Analysis and Design.
Mr. Azim had a lead role in designing and developing the backend data warehouses for the LTPP InfoPave, LTBP InfoBridge, and FHWA InfoMaterials websites developed for the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). He developed workflows for efficient data packaging of huge data-sets for InfoPave, developed metadata for better understanding of the end-users, and created generic data classification models for LTPP and LTBP data based on the input from Subject Matter Experts. Mr. Azim conducted the Extract Transform Load (ETL) processing of huge raw data files from NASA’s MERRA database, developed aggregate (daily/monthly/annual) data, and integrated it into the InfoPave and InfoBridge websites. He is also experienced in pertinent documentation of data models and metadata. He is currently leading the teams responsible for the upgrades, enhancements, and data updates on the InfoPave and InfoBridge web portals.