on 01 June, 2013
on 01 June, 2013
Software Engineer at Equal Experts India Pvt Ltd
|Grad College||Maharashtra Institute of Technology (MIT), Pune|
|Stream||B.E. in Computer Engineering|
|Standout Quality||Certification in Java language|
- Jobs Applied for: Mu Sigma, A4 Technologies, Equal Experts India Pvt Ltd.
- Jobs offered: A4 Technologies, Equal Experts India Pvt Ltd.
- Job accepted: Equal Experts India Pvt Ltd.
- Pay Package: INR 450,000/year
- Posted in: Pune
- Nature of Recruitment: On-campus
I currently work as a Software Engineer at Equal Experts India Pvt Ltd.
- The kind of work I am engaged ranges from analysis of requirements, estimation, planning and implementation of the software and ultimate delivery to the customers.
- Software Engineering roles encompasses vast variety of duties ranging from engaging with clients to understand their requirements to actually leading and delivering software using a wide range of software tools and techniques, in a agreed timeframes.
- Being part of a IT startup, the array of roles you need to play in a days time can be daunting and may require you to go beyond your comfort zone to get things done, but this is not a usual case, but you need to have a strong mindset to get things done and in a proper way, respecting the obligations you may have to serve under.
- The best part of being a software engineer is a never ending learning opportunities thrown at you, be it a learning a new language/framework, or a particular style of working (Agile/Scrum etc.) and satisfaction you typically get after seeing your work being appreciated and your hardwork getting culminated into a really interesting and useful tool for your beloved users/customers.
Experience at Work:
- The organization I work for has an open culture, yes we do not have those burdening hierarchies typical to larger IT/services organizations.
- There are no cubicles and all the teams working on same project sit on the same table, which is fantastic when it comes to collaborating on the work.
- Working hours are generally between 8-9 depending on the work load, but it always boils down to how you plan your day.
- My employer encourages work-life balance, so not much emphasis on late working.
- I have been fortunate to work with some really hands on but down to earth professionals, who are also equally fun.
- My last two years of being with my current employer has been quite rewarding and fruitful.
Advice to the juniors:
- Just be yourself.
- Keep sincerity at whatever you do and revise your fundamentals those never die and are always helpful.
- Try to get expertise and details of any language or tool of your liking.
- Keep reading good tech books/magazines to keep yourself abreast of happenings in your professional area.
- Find and attend tech talks at your local "Meetup" groups for example: www.meetup.com/MongoDB-Pune-User-Group. This will help you to network and mingle with industry professionals in an informal setting, this can help you land an internships and your dream job.
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