A: Hi! I am Sindhura Yalamanchili, a Software Developer at Rocket Innovation Studio, Windsor – Ontario.
A: I’ve been in the Tech Industry for about 5 years now.
A: I am a problem solver. I was looking for a place where my solutions will make lives easier, and technology was the obvious answer.
A: At Rocket Innovation Studio, we follow some philosophies called isms.
My favorites ones are:
“We’ll figure it out”
“Do the right thing”
“Every client. Every time. No exceptions. No excuses.”
A problem can be solved in multiple ways, but sometimes it takes time to do it the right way and having that time and trust from the leaders to provide our users with the best experience is what I love the most about my role.
A: “Ignore the noise.” “Be obsessed with finding a better way.”
Paying a deaf ear to stereotypes and developing curiosity to learn along with an ability to speak up is what keeps you going not just in tech but in any profession.
A: In general, any team member be it male or female can let their peers express their opinion on something. They can also aid them in solutioning the problem out instead of curbing the idea at the root level.
A: Strongly believing in their abilities and never refraining from speaking up whatever it takes to get them to where they want to be. Having a profound understanding of career choice also helps them to shape their career better.
A: I’ve seen few women hesitating to share their opinions and ideas during brainstorming and technical planning sessions. In order to address such situations, hosting technical conferences and meetings specially for women is going to drive them in the right direction. Having successful women as guest speakers occasionally to talk about their journey can also teach other women how to thrive.
A: “Never hold back on asking a question however dumb it might sound.”
You would be surprised to see how many people in the room do not know the answer to that or how projects took a u-turn when one right question was asked.
A: Having to work on a solution to a new problem or persistently working on an existing problem through which I get to make an impact on the lives of our users.
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