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Saheer Karimbayil
Wednesday, April 30, 2008
Abhilash K R
Employer: Intermedia Softech
Designation: Software Engineer
Experience: 5+ years


ST: What is your job there?
AKR: Development and maintenance of security applications. I am also in charge of release and deployment of the product.

ST: What do you like about your job?
AKR: Working in a small company gives me a lot of scope for professional and personal growth. Adding to my joy here is an informal workplace setting and very cooperative peers.

ST: What do you find challenging about your job?
AKR: Scarcity of time. There is always a steady stream of new ideas to get incorporated into our products but there is no sufficient time to pursue all of them.

ST: What have you found that makes your job easier?
AKR: Having a great team of engineers to work with goes a long way to making my job easier here.

Arun Kumar M.G
Employer: K2 Network
Designation: Senior Software Developer
Experience: 3 years


ST: What is your job there?
AK: Development of Windows and Web applications using .NET technology.

ST: What do you like about your job?
AK: Working with .NET technology helps me implement the user requirements to a well-formed product in relatively less time than with other comparable technologies.

ST: What do you find challenging about your job?
AK: Release of a software product or module with changed requirements and meeting 95 percent quality assurance on or before the deadline.

ST: What have you found that makes your job easier?
AK: A supportive team and my passion for software development give me an encouraging working atmosphere.

Thomas KP
Employer: Sasken Communication Technologies
Designation: Engineer-IT
Experience: 4 Years


ST: What is your job there?
TKP: Managing the network infrastructure.

ST: What do you like about your job?
TKP: Plenty of opportunities that help me grow in this field.

ST: What do you find challenging about your job?
TKP: In project completion, we have to honor a Service Level Agreement (SLA) without compromising on customer expectations.

ST: What have you found that makes your job easier?
TKP: A good work environment and a supportive team make my going smooth.
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