• @junaid
  • Backend Engineering Intern @ Atlan
  • he/him
  • Mumbai, India

Hey, I'm Junaid

I am currently working as a Backend Engineering Intern at Atlan. I am a junior at KIIT, Bhubaneshwar studying Computer Science and Engineering. I also head the Web Team at DSC KIIT.

Computers and Math have fascinated me since I was a little kid. I started programming when I was 13 and eventually became extremely curious and passionate about computing. Most of my experience has been with full stack web technologies with a little bit of machine learning and deep learning. You can have a look at most of my work on my github.

I read a lot, mostly about psychology, society, tech, design and economics. I love to learn new things and create something cool.

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Backend Engineering Intern

  • Atlan Modern Data Workspace
  • Jun 2021 - Present

Web Team Lead

  • Oct 2020 - Present

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Dec 16, 2021
Dec 16, 2021
Published an article
Jun 07, 2021
Jun 07, 2021
Started an internship
Joined as a Backend Engineering Intern at Atlan

I have joined the Backend Engineering team at Atlan as an Intern for a tenure of 6 months.
Jun 01, 2021
Jun 01, 2021
Started a new role at Atlan Modern Data Workspace
Excited to join Atlan Modern Data Workspace as Backend Engineering Intern! 🎉
Backend Engineering Intern, Atlan Modern Data Workspace
May 20, 2021
May 20, 2021
Released an Open Source Project


Ravel is a sharded, fault-tolerant key-value store built using BadgerDB and hashicorp/raft. You can shard your data across multiple clusters with multiple replicas, the data is persisted on disk using BadgerDB for high throughput in reads and writes. Replication and fault-tolerance is done using Raft.

Ravel exposes a simple HTTP API for the user to read and write data and Ravel handles the sharding and the replication of data across clusters.

Feb 23, 2021
Feb 23, 2021
Released a video
Feb 22, 2021
Feb 22, 2021
Released an Open Source Project


Command line tool to grab the geographical location of the hops from traceroute.

Get your own page like this