Ning Xu is the architect manager of PFS group in State Street Technology (Zhejiang). Mr. Xu is responsible for implementing the architecture design of new system with the help of PFS team in Princeton. He has worked in Princeton for four months with onsite architecture team.
In last 5 years, Mr. Xu was involved in one financial product development as an offshore architect manager to work with the product management team, development team and UAT team in State Street Technology (Zhejiang). He is leading an architect team which contains of 20 developers in china, while the whole development team contains of nearly 100 developers. He has travelled to Germany with 10 Chinese developers in order to set up a development team in China in 2011. He was named "Employee of the Year " in 2009 in his company. He was promoted as officer(Bank title) in 2011.
Ning Xu has 6 years experiences on C#/.Net technology, he has translated two popular books “Practical .NET 2 and C# 2” and “Programming WCF”, and he has been recognized as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional in C #area in 07/2007. He also has a very good understanding and a lot of experiences on object-oriented design and design pattern.
State Street Technology (Zhejiang), Hangzhou 2007/05 - Present
State Street Technology (Zhejiang) is the wholly owned subsidiary of State Street and the global development center for State Street worldwide.
WPF based C/S accounting system
This project is a C/S system which migrated from an old MFC application. The old application contains millions of lines of codes which is apparently a huge system. The core business is written in native C++ code, our job is to reuse those codes as much as we can, but build a fantasy GUI with the new technology. This project is divided into two parts like others, frontend and backend. The backend is hosted as WCF service; internally we use C++/CLI to make a wrapper layer in order to reuse the existing codes. The latest GUI technology WPF is used for building the frontend in order to get the best user experience. MVVM pattern is heavily used in this project, which makes the whole system more testable.
I mainly worked on frontend architecture which includes implementing the core architecture for the input screen; meantime, I also managed the whole team to deliver all kinds of reusable controls, patterns for building particular screens, resolve common issues and improve the performance of the whole system.
Translator of “Programming WCF”
Translator of “Practical .NET 2 and C# 2”
Microsoft Most Valuable Professional in C# area in 07/2007.
Southeast University, Nanjing, China 2004/09 – 2007/05
Master in Computer Science
Southeast University, Nanjing, China 2000/09 – 2004/07
Bachelor in Computer Science