Skip to Content
Author's profile photo Former Member

Blog It Forward – Siddh Magia

My colleagues Mark Marcus and Domingo Pacheco asked me to join the ‘Blog it forward’ challenge. I think its a great way to learn the blogging processes on SCN.

I am a Solution Engineer at SAP focusing on mobility products. Mobility is a core focus of SAP’s growth strategy and I am glad to be part of this cutting-edge technology. I enjoy technology and am constantly thinking of ways to bring new innovations to the current solution. I have a keen eye and a genuine interest in delivering new technology to help businesses make the right decision, further strengthening their ability to compete in their respective industry.

What was your dream job as a kid?

I have always wanted to be a DJ/Producer. I love all kinds of music, regardless of genres. In my day-to-day life, I listen to anywhere from Country music to Electronic and House music. Becoming a DJ/Producer would have also given me an opportunity to travel the world, which I love doing. I have DJed locally at a few venues throughout my high school / college life but I never pursued it any further. That may change, hopefully, in the future.

What is your favorite place in the world?

My favorite place in the world is New York. The thing I like about New York the most is its diversity. I enjoy talking to people from different cultural backgrounds and understand their views on issues and life in general. I am a very open-minded person and I am always open to other view points. In addition to that, I like variety of restaurants in New York. I enjoy trying new cuisines.

What was the most fun project you participated in and Why?

One of the most fun projects that comes to mind first is the Spagetti and Marshmallow project we participated in at Solution Revolution Training. Zachary Tullis, Hannah Datz and I were in the same team. We were asked to build the tallest structure from some spagetti sticks, a marshmallow, rope, and tape. We were given about 15 minutes to build the structure where the Marshmallow had to be on top. At the end of the challenge, our structure was the tallest (19 inches) of any other group in the training. The entire training was fun and very informative.


In keeping the BIF going, I am asking the following questions:

  1. What was your dream job as a kid?
  2. What is your favorite place in the world?
  3. What was the most fun project you ever participated in and why?

To the following people in the Presales Group:

Zachary Tullis and Drew LeBlanc.

Assigned Tags

      1 Comment
      You must be Logged on to comment or reply to a post.
      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      I'm glad you snapped a picture of the marshmallow structure!