Amar has joined Recruiterbox to work with the Customer Happiness team and we're SO thrilled to have him on board!
Amar comes with a solid 5 years experience in various customer-facing roles but by far he has been enjoying playing the problem-solver role.
Prior to joining us, he was working with Inside View, Inc. which is a market intelligence platform, HQed at San Franciso. During his stint there, he had taken up a bunch of different roles (mostly customer facing) and has helped the company set up many of the processes that they follow today.
Amar really enjoys singing, as some of you may have already gotten a chance to hear him - great talent there! For those of you who haven't, be sure to ask him to sing you a few lines on your coffee chat :)
Welcome to Recruiterbox, Amar!
I’ve been closely following a gene editing breakthrough we recently made which is named CRISPR (genome engineering) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CRISPR) and I was working on a JD approval this morning to find out that we have a customer who is in this space, which is so awesome! It’s always so cool to see the wide band of customers who use us!
Thanks to @gauthamseshadri for working with me in getting the list of user emails who we are going to reach out to for the upcoming success webinar. The list is extremely concise in ensuring we reach out to a highly targeted group unlike the previous webinars. BIG kudos! @sushantgupta and @ashwin helped with the pre-lists which set me off in the right direction, so thanks a lot for your help guys!
I wanted to share this first milestone with all of you and I'm very excited to see what's in store for me from here.
I recently decided to try my hand in learning to code and I've crossed the first milestone - finishing up CS101, the most famous Introductory session to Computer Science by Stanford University.
I went slightly ahead of my milestone by preparing for the next set of courses by Open Source Society University https://ossu.firebaseapp.com/#/curriculum where one of the pre-requisite was to have knowledge on how Git works.
To make this learning a little more fun, with some help, I created a Jekyll website to also blog on the side about my progress on this new found interest - http://nivedha.co/
This blog was my first Git project and I got to understand what a brilliant version control software this is. It all made sense to me now when our developers keep saying "Merge to Main", "Branch", "Commit", "Push". Not long ago these were plain gibberish to me and I'm so happy to have come this far.
I'd love to hear any tips, feedback from you all to help me take this further!
Thank you for reading! Q2L - L2Q (Question to Learn - Learn to Question)