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October - 2007 - issue > Engineer's Diaries
-What-I-like-about-my-profession?--
Vimali Swamy
Monday, October 1, 2007
Jayamani Manickam
Employer: Intel Technology India
Designation: Sr. Engineer, Digital Enterprise Group
ST: What is your job there?
JM: I do uarch, RTL, and validation of the processor.
ST: What do you like about your job?
JM: The job is very challenging and gives flexibility in doing different kinds of works.
ST: What do you find challenging about your job?
JM: Execution time and adding new technology within the limited resources.
ST: What have you found that makes your job easier?
JM: Intel has systematic documentation and web based audio classes. This really makes it easier when I work in a new project.

Nanda Ramanujam
Employer: Axentis Software
Designation: Sr. Project Manager
ST: What is your job here?
NR: Deliver support and development projects as per committed timelines and signed up SLA’s.
ST: What do you like about your job?
NR: Dynamic Organizational and work culture, and the results-only work environment.
ST: What do you find challenging about your job?
NR: Exceeding customer expectations, managing and closing complex technology engagements, developing value systems, processes, and ensuring quality discipline within the team.
ST: What have you found that makes your job easier?
NR: Delegated responsibilities and applied innovation to stay ahead of the competition.

Rana Ganesh Singh
Employer: Sobha Renaissance Information Technology
Designation: Software Engineer
ST: What is your job here?
RG: I m responsible for developing websites and website related applications.
ST: What do you like about your job?
RG: The thorough experience of working on technology used to build web-based applications.
ST: What do you find challenging about your job?
RG: To keep myself updated on latest technology to make the applications user friendly and make my work simpler.
ST: What have you found that makes your job easier?
RG: A supporting team and work environment helps me work without much pressure.
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