Veni Kunche worked as a senior application consultant whereby she implemented an ADF application to manage new and existing engineering drawing documents. She also established an application to locate Enterprise Products’ assets like pipelines and other facilities.
Veni was a software engineer at Certusoft R & D. She created a library to sketch the drivelines of a semi-truck configuration and developers the front-end of a Java Swing application. It was used to examine and analyze fuel economy data which was transmitted from the Fuelminer device. Afterwards she implemented a Java API to enable clients get access to semi-truck configurations.
Additionally, Veni prototyped a web solution for buying and selling new and used trucks using Backbone, jQuery and Wicket. She then designed a tool using jQuery and Java to make the creation of web components with database binding much easier.
Veni is a graduate student of the University of Minnesota, attending from September 2008 to March 2010. During this period, she investigated potential kidney stem cell markers using Gene Ontology enrichment and protein-protein interaction network analysis. Moreover, she developed a methodology to compare different bi-clustering algorithms.
Veni was a Biomedical Research Fellow at the National Institute of Health. She created and utilized a database of Illumina, Affymetrix, agent array data and other associated data like family member phenotype and development history information.
She worked as an IT Specialist at the United States Geological Survey. From 2005 to 2006, Veni was a CTO and application developer for Phone2Car. She assisted in the coordination and oversight of the technological functions of the company, among other duties.
In addition to her work, Veni has participated in Volunteering and other events. For instance, she took part in Women Who Code at the Entrepreneurship Lead at the DC Chapter, from July 2015 to January 2016. From 2006 to 2007, she was an events coordinator at the Madison Chapter. In 2016, Veni was recognized at the 2016 DCFem Tech Awards for Powerful Women Programmers.
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