I have a Masters in Information Technology (Translated to Bachelors in US) from India. The majority of my engineering experiences are from the companies I worked for. I have not attended bootcamps but have contributed to open source tools and have personal projects that helped me gain experience with the latest cloud technologies.
My Masters degree helped me land in software engineering after graduation. I believe there are many institutions today that train software developers to improve their coding skills and I would strongly recommend that.
Like everyone else, I’m a big fan of cloud technologies. I like to keep myself updated with the newest tech and I do that through reading articles, tech blogs, LinkedIn blogs, Youtube videos and so on. While most companies today lean toward cutting edge technologies, this gives me an opportunity to explore a new area. I still try to keep up with my reading for general awareness.
Software security and other programming languages, such as Go Lang, are next on my list. If my schedule frees up during the weekends, I will spend time on these two.
After graduation, I wanted to pursue software engineering since it better aligned with my long term goals. With the cloud making innovative changes, I started to gain more interest. With software engineering being more than just development, the learning curve associated with it in terms of technical and non-technical is huge. I fully realized after the first few years in my career that I wanted to be a part of this industry.
I started my career as a contractor in software engineering, then moved to frontend, mobile, and finally, full stack. I’m thankful to the companies I have worked for, which gave me the opportunity to learn across all areas and contribute to company success.
I prefer full stack with a 50-50 combination of frontend and backend, which gives you strong exposure to the systems involved and helps you design scalable softwares.
Yes, it is in a new industry – fintech, which is one of my favorites. I couldn’t be more excited to become a Principal Software Engineer with added responsibilities.
The technology stack, amazing team, and work culture were so impressive that I couldn’t wait to accept the offer. Becoming a principal engineer is the dream of a lifetime and I was super excited to see the company offer everything I asked for. I’m excited and eagerly waiting for more opportunities in the future.
Other job search platforms lack an effective communication paradigm between recruiters and candidates. Often, recruiters do not have complete knowledge of the candidate’s expectations since there is not a way to share those factors on your profile. Today, candidates expect more than a “job offer,” whether it is anticipation around work authorization sponsorship, job industry, or company size. Simply exchanging messages back and forth via chat has proven to be inefficient and a waste of time.
I’m amazed by how Hired has addressed this key problem by providing all information about the candidate beforehand. When a recruiter contacts you, it means the company is the best match for your expectations.
Mark your preferences precisely to land the best offer.
Rejections are a part of life, but it is not the be-all and end-all. I have been rejected many times and at one point, I stopped counting, but remember – the best offer is yet to come!
Keep learning new things with each interview and improve yourself for the next.
Hired is one of the best platforms for the job search. Given the number of preferences that are geared toward candidates and recruiters, it stands out from the competitors.
Keep learning about what interests you and keep yourself updated with the latest tech.
About Sabarish’s New Employer
A financial technology company founded in 2018 with 201-500 employees.
React, React Native, Java, Kotlin, TypeScript, Node.JS, Google Cloud Platform, Kubernetes, PostgreSQL, Python, Machine Learning, Data Warehousing
401k matching, health/dental/vision/life/disability insurance, maternity and paternity benefits, mental health benefits, volunteer time off, mentorship opportunities, and more.