Thanks to Susan Keohan for starting this challenge.Let me not wait for someone to tag me as I don’t want to miss the train as I missed last time when BIF Challenge was introduced earlier.I really enjoyed reading those blog posts and still enjoy them. It really is a different level of connect where you get to know the other side of the person apart from the technical stuff. Let me try to do the same here!
I am developer by heart and profession for last 13+ years working in SAP and Non SAP technologies based out of City Beautiful Chandigarh. I am blessed with a caring wife and two naughty kids one two-year-old and another seven-year-old. It’s always fun to be developer, it’s an art. Thanks to my new job which is helping me living those days again far from the management thing🙂
Fun fact its tough one but let me try. I am someone who hates wearing formals. In my previous company a rule to wear ties on Monday/Tuesday was there. So for a guy like me who hates formal wearing a tie was the last thing. As an alternative I bought a jacket which I used to wear only on these two days irrespective of whether it is summer or winter so that no one knows whether I was wearing a tie or not🙂.
And another fun fact don’t know fun or irritating(my wife find’s it irritating) I like to wear same style of t-shirts almost everywhere irrespective of occasion, that is why whenever I do shopping I buy multiple pieces of same color and same style🙂. I don’t know I just feel comfortable in them.Below are the few pictures from our last vacation which we had recently in Goa. It was super fun!
PS: Wearing one of my favorite shirt in it🙂🙂..lolz
Let me now try to now answer few of the questions🙂
If you were 20 again, what would you study?
Seriously if I would have been 20 I would still study Computer Science guess why… as last time I managed to pass without studying🙂. I seriously feel if I would have studied seriously in my college things would have been different.
How do you think the way you were raised affects your Career?
I think the way I was raised has helped me in a very positive way. I was always taught to be honest and speak the truth. So, in today’s complex web of cunning corporate culture speaking the truth on the face has been good for me rather than the pile of lies.
What do you think are the key elements for a successful project?
Only one thing is important a great team and an inspiring leader not a manager, sky is the limit than🙂
Now comes the fun part where I need to BIF to 1-2 but let me do to more🙂 List might increase🙂
- Gaurav Karkara
- Sudip Ghosh
- DJ Adams
- Vijay Sharma
- Sachin Nagal
- Akash Jain
- Enno Wulff
- Pierre Col
I would love them to answer below mentioned questions in their BIF post.
- What do you do apart from SAP in your free time🙂
- How do you balance your life between work and family/personal time?
- What would you choose if given a choice between coffee or tea and why