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What-I-like-about-my-profession?-
Saheer Karimbayil
Monday, March 31, 2008
Arun P.C

Employer: VMLogix
Designation: Product Support Engineer
Experience: 2 years and 9 months
ST: What is your job there?
APC: It ranges from troubleshooting technical issues, product demonstrations and presentations, and reinforcing the confidence of customers in our product. This would eventually lead to fostering customer relationships, ultimately resulting in better sales.
ST: What do you like about your job?
APC: Exposure to new technologies and learning through working with a qualified and sound team.
ST: What do you find challenging about your job?
APC: The wide range of queries that customers shoot at you.
ST: What have you found that makes your job easier?
APC: My team and management, being meticulous and systematic about learning new work activities and being patient and levelheaded.

Indira Priyadarsini

Employer: Future Techno Designs
Designation: Design Engineer
Experience: 1 year 2 months
ST: What is your job there?
IP: Designing and testing analog chips.
ST: What do you like about your job?
IP: Opportunities to work on new technologies, circuits, and tools and to improve my ability to view things in different ways.
ST: What do you find challenging about your job?
IP: Chip designing is always a challenging task.
ST: What have you found that makes your job easier?
IP: A friendly relationship and understanding with team members and leaders make my work easier here.

Sameer Ahmed Mohammed

Employer: Aditi Technologies
Designation: Test Lead
Experience: 7 years
ST: What is your job there?
SAM: Preparing the test plan, MPP, building management and test metrics. It also includes defect review, spec review, and test case review.
ST: What do you like about your job?
SAM: Being in software quality engineering, it is my passion to make my customers happy and help them use the software with ease.
ST: What do you find challenging about your job?
SAM: Honoring the deadline for a product without compromising on quality is a big challenge.
ST: What have you found that makes your job easier?
SAM: When we sign off the project from a client we need to specify the SLA (Service Level Agreement) very clearly with a clear-cut documentation. This makes the execution of the project easier as we follow it as a guide.
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