Satyaanshu was always a curious child when it came to computers. He would tinker with them, and try to learn how things work on the inside. So it came as a surprise when during his third year of engineering, he failed to crack any internship interviews.
He did get a 6-month internship opportunity with Amazon but that didn’t convert into a full-time gig.
From then to now, he has grown leaps and bounds, having first worked at Adobe and now at one of the world’s largest tech companies, Microsoft. His favorite quote? “Hard work beats talent, when talent doesn’t work hard”
This Saturday, get all your questions answered by the man himself, on what it is like to crack top tech company interviews, how to go about things when you are down and out and ways in which you can grow as a coder.
Please note: this session is open to both college students and working professionals.
InterviewBit and Scaler are edtech platforms that aim to fix and bridge the gap between what the ever-evolving tech industry currently wants and what college education is able to provide. We want to create an ecosystem that nurtures and supports talent to transform the world as we know it.
InterviewBit offers an easy-to-use platform for everyone to brush up before interviews of top tech companies, while Scaler is a virtual university that helps one become a stellar software engineer. Courses at Scaler have CTO-curated curriculums, 1:1 mentorship from industry professionals, and the flexibility to scale at one’s own pace.