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Vivek Dhiman
Vivek Dhiman

Vivek Dhiman

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Changes in the industry
I have not seen so much changes in my domain(semiconductor/EDA). This profile is always challenging as it requires proper focus towards task & need to keep update our self for future assignments.
Essential Advice
First of all person should have passion to do QA. Person should not enter in this domain to get an entry level platform & leave afterwards for other lucrative offers.

In Brief, If you have good analytical & debug skills and right attitude of learning new technologies then this domain is for you.
Areas for the Future
Good domain language (c, c , scripting, HDL or verification languages)knowledge.
Time management skills,
People management skills (e.g. convincing internal/external customers),
Never say Die attitude.
Plans for the Future
A Manager who would lead a QA Team & Take part in critical decisions of company Business which would play major role in organization growth.
Role Model
Shiv Khera, His Book "You can win" motivated me lot in all aspects of life. He has provided right direction to get succeed in life by his book.
Most Important Lessons
Please refer the following:

Be proud of whatever you are doing.
Don't get involve yourself in company/group politics.
Don't loose your self-confidence & self-respect & Respect others .
Always be open to share your ideas with in organization.
Keep yourself up to date with required skills.
A Fine Balance:
I always prioritize my work before getting involved in multi tasking and make myself flexible enough to work from home on need basis. I always make deadlines with some margin to finish up assigned task before deadline to prevent last moment rush.
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