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Rajesh Bhimani

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VP of Programming

At its core, programming is problem solving, and for Rajesh Bhimani — VP of Programming for Estipona Group — brainteasers are totally his jam.

Each new project begins with a thorough understanding of the client’s needs and a determination of project goals. From there, Raj solves the puzzle. Fortunately for his clients, he is exceptionally skilled, doggedly persistent and patient in his work, consistently generating results that move businesses forward.

Raj has been doing web development for 17 years, long enough to have experienced the days of 100 percent hand coding and to relish the programming resources now available to him and his team. This increase in efficiency means he can get more done for his clients even faster — from responsive web design to mobile app development, SEO enhancement to custom shopping carts.

Known for 20+-hour marathon sessions on the keyboard, Raj is not driven solely by an enviable work ethic, but also from the real satisfaction he gets from helping clients solve problems. Programming challenges motivate him, and with nearly two decades on the job, he has a lot of tricks up his sleeve to help them get results.

Raj lives in the city of Jamnagar, located on the western coast of India in the state of Gujarat. When he isn’t performing programming magic, you can find him cooking chicken curry for his family, reading some fiction or catching a Bollywood film starring his favorite actress, Katrina Kaif.

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