How to make a career in DevOps
What is DevOps?
AWS has a great article that outlines DevOps as a work environment where development and operations teams are no longer “siloed”, but instead work together across the entire application lifecycle — from…[Read more]
Tips for job aspirants: You can present your resume in a better manner to employers using tools like visualcv.com
you can optionally host it on a custom domain name. Example: http://sanjaychoudhary.com/
How to get a job https://80000hours.org/career-guide/how-to-get-a-job/ Topics covered are software tools, basic programming questions, algo & DS design and more importantly softskills such as resume writing, networking
Preparing for the job interview
a) Find out well in advance about the nature of job i.e. the job description. It will help you identify the skill sets that the job calls for. Pl. check your suitability and satisfy yourself. b) Prepare yourself for the interview in the following manner: i) Study about the Company/ organisation ( from it’s…[Read more]
IT is a career that requires constant learning. This can be both a blessing, if you like learning new things . Or it can be a curse if you feel there is a constant need to catch up. Either way, there is plenty of jobs available – it is just that the skills needed are new , which didn’t exist few years back. So if you are trained in logical…[Read more]
Getting your resume noticed by employers https://www.joelonsoftware.com/2004/01/26/getting-your-resume-read
This is to help all those fresh graduates who want make their career in Software Industry and who do not have any insight on IT industry/Software Industry. Understand what exactly is IT industry and what kind of jobs are available and which is the BEST profile for you.
Tips for freshers looking for jobs
1. Create a portfolio site.
2. Show off what you have created.
3. Share your code publicly on Github.
4. Make sure your code is clean and well documented, with in-code comments and a readme.
5. Put yourself out there. Network. Attend meetups. Tweet. Start a blog. Get an account on LinkedIn. Print out business…[Read more]
Teach yourself Computer Science – especially very useful for self learners ( without access to teachers in good institutes and can’t join coaching)
How could a B.Tech CS student avoid getting caught in a trap of mass recruiters like Infosys, Wipro, TCS, etc.?
Go to LinkedIn and find people who have the job you’d like to have in five, 10 or 20 years. Then, look at the previous steps in their careers, and use them for inspiration as you make career decisions. https://www.inc.com/bill-murphy-jr/12-daily-habits-that-will-make-you-look-really-lucky.html?cid=sf01001
nice tip from
Programming Interview Tips
What to do after college – it is fine if you don’t have a concrete idea, but this is the best 5 year window of your life