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Amit Dash

Amit Dash

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A Fine Balance:
I always prioritise my work and try to complete it according to prioritisation.I try to bring innovation in my work so that it will help me and others who are working in this field. I get support and constant motivation from my family to accomplish my work without any confusion and hesitation.
Essential Advice
Quality is the important aspect of every product be it a software or any stuff.Most promising example of it is Apple and Google. So as a quality people you are the real person who can make an application most acceptable one. Quality is not just raising a bug rather it's all about end user experience
Tech trends to watch out for
Now quality is basically shifted from the structred way of waterfall to the prompt way of agile.Quality people have to be very vigilant regarding end user requirement .So in career point of view they should have a very good analytic ability to understand the application quickly in depth.
Points of inflection
I started my career as a java developer.But later I was attracted by Performance Testing and switched to it.
Most Important Lessons
Not a single person in the world is the central repositoy of knowledge.Learning and keeping yourself up to date is the key.we have to know our core competency and should be able to work together to fulfill the goal.We have to work in an assertive manner and make our subordinates feel accountable.
Plans for the Future
I want to see myself as one of the most successful enterpreneur.
Currently working at
Currently I am working as a performance engineer in a well known Indian product company.
Current and Previous Responsibilities
In my current role I am working in the end to end performance analysis of the products. I am getting more exposure to different application environment .I am getting vast knowledge from my peers which helps me a lot to shape my career.
Changes in the industry
In the early days of my carrier QA was more focused towards structred way of waterfall model. Now it has been changed towards the agile methodology. And need of automation is also increasing day by day. Now QA face has been changed from bug tracing to end user delighted experience.
Role Model
The success story of Apple has always inspired me and its founder Steve has always been my role model.He was really a very innovative person and his thoughts about the generation of next day has always inspired me a lot.
Most Important Decisions
Choosing QA as a carrier is one of the most important decision in my life. I have enjoyed my a work a lot and always tried to bring innovation in my work. Also changing the responsibily by changing the organisation is also anathor important decision i have ever taken.
The Journey So Far
I have started my career in one of the Asia's largest IT service provider as a java developer and after that I have switched my career from java developer to performance test engineer .Later I changed organisation and joined India's one of the well known product developing organisation .
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