For past few days, I didn’t have much work to do and was having quite off time in the office. Out of nowhere I got mail from another team, with whom I used to work earlier, and I was assigned to support all opportunities coming from that team. The mail from the team also had complicated request details, which might take considerable amount of time for me to complete the task and I also wanted to check with irritating delivery lead, with whom I was working earlier to support such requests. So, I was getting prepared to support this request and out of nowhere one more teammate was asking me to do some work and to drop mail with background on the opportunity. Even though the approach was valid, I was completely irritated to get such instructions from teammate out of nowhere, usually he doesn’t get involved for such requests. For more such posts, continue reading at “G R Team Sites”
Tuesday, September 17, 2019
Saturday, July 20, 2019
After the request from on-site delivery lead about the slide to the offshore delivery lead, he was searching in his repository for the relevant slide and we were continuing to review the other slides. Offshore delivery lead after some time shared the slide to the entire team and was discussing about the importance of the slide. Everyone agreed to the fact that the slide was important and closed the conversation, so that we can move ahead with other slides and update information based on customer requirements. Other slides were updated, and I was working on some minor tweaks to the deck. Suddenly, the on-site POC was requesting me to be available in the bridge to discuss on other updates and was confirming that my slide was far better than the slide shared by the offshore lead and he will update the slide shared by me. Finally, the opportunity was closed, and I have moved on. Continue reading from “G R Team Sites”.
Saturday, May 11, 2019
After hearing from my teammate that she is leaving the team to join new team and she is moving immediately in next few days, I couldn’t digest that fact. I was completely shell shocked; I couldn’t accept the fact that she is moving to new team and that too within next few days. It took some time for me to get back to normal and I was really worried of the fact that I would be all alone in my team now. I was really pushed to find new job or move to new team, however I wanted to be in the team at least for few more months, as my promotion is due anytime and if switch to new team it would like pressing reset button to my career. I calmed myself for few hours and was refreshing my memories to happy moments, so that I don’t get down or feel too bad in my team. At the end of the day, everyone wants to reach new heights in their career and life has to move on. Continue reading at “G R Team Sites”
Sunday, March 17, 2019
The Onsite delivery team had requested us to come with the standard solution components to be reviewed and the offshore delivery person request some standard solution deck for his reference. Since I was collating the required documents for my entire team, getting the standard solution sets was quite easy for me and was able to complete it in few mins in the day. Rest of the time I was again relaxing myself and was browsing through random videos in internet. So, few days go on with the same routine and I was comfortably enjoying every bit of it. However, came the major twist to the tale, the client has responded to the questionnaire and in meantime there was one more request from that irritating team with tight deadline to complete another phase in the opportunity. Without sensing the trap, I said yes to the delivery person as it was supposed to be closed in the next few days and later on, I realized how bad move it is. Continue reading at “G R Team Sites”
Sunday, December 9, 2018
He also wrote a fantasy noire series, the John Justin Mallory stories and alternate history books with Teddy Roosevelt. Although in recent years he is become better known as the editor of anthologies, he is an author in his own right who has produced about 20 far-future novels, including the oracle trilogy, the Widow Maker series and the Velvet Comet series. He also wrote a fantasy noire series, the John Justin Mallory stories and alternate history books with Teddy Roosevelt. By setting most of his books in the far future (unspecified but possibly 6000-8000 years), spread across the galaxy, Resnick is able to credibly draw in aliens (who do not feature heavily in his books, it must be said), mutants of all shapes and sizes and of course augmented humans, tricked out with the latest in implant technology as well as many gadgets, the science of which is explained believably without too much emphasis on the 'hard science' aspect of sci-fi. His far-future world is divided clearly into two distinct arenas. On the one side is the Oligarchy, a sprawling collection of humanity that spans countless planets across the galaxy - basically the standard far-future world of so many writers. On the other is the inner frontier, a far-future version of the old west with outlaws, gamblers, bounty hunters and lawmen. With the occasional mention of politics, the various currencies used throughout the galaxy, the many references to historic characters from the previous thousands of years, Resnick manages to make the future a totally consistent world similar to our own in so many ways. These books are packed with action and will probably appeal most to male readers. They are mostly "boys own" type adventures although he also wrote a prize-winning romance, The Dark Lady. If Resnick has the one failure it's that his heroes, despite their well defined flaws, are simply too perfect but since this is what we expect of heroes, this is a minor criticism at best.