Consistency is the biggest key available to open the treasure that is success.
Success and knowledge are not mutually exclusive. If you do not learn and apply, there can be no success for you to look forward to.
Things that you learn at school might not seem like things you need in life. Still, when you break down a math problem into bits and pieces to solve it part by part, you are learning how to look at enormous, impossible-to-solve difficulties of life in a manner that make them look solvable and conquerable.
My name is Raj Singh, and I work at Ivy Comptech as a Senior Software Engineer.
As a child, I wasn’t very academic. I never had any plans or passion for being an engineer then. My inclination towards engineering developed only later in life. I come from a small city, so it took quite some time for me to adjust to the new town, the people, and their ways. Thankfully, I found fellow Biharis there, so overall, I had a pretty good experience in college.
My interview experience was strange because it was virtual. It is very easy to mess up things on a virtual interview because you don’t have the chance to explain things the way you do in a “normal” setting. Nonetheless, in every kind of interview, you need ten minutes to settle those hyperactive nerves. So, despite it being virtual, the interview wasn’t too bad, considering I got the job.
Because I was already working full-time before I applied for a position at Ivy Comptech, my preparation had to be consistent. I was advised to be very organized and punctual in my practice. A piece of advice that I took to my heart with Scaler Academy’s help.