This is the next interview in a new series in which we ask our unique and diverse Datasource Consulting staff to share a bit about themselves, both professionally and personally. We're amazed and inspired at their talents, hobbies, and aspirations, and we hope you are, too!
Years with Datasource: 1
Current Home City: Bengaluru, India
Tell us about your experience with Datasource Consulting (DSC), including types of projects and positions held:
I was the offshore tech lead for our latest client project. The well-designed architecture, latest technologies, extremely skilled team, and good project management made me very happy to be a part of this project - not even the Mondays were painful! The onsite and offshore teams collaborate really well for these deliverables.
My roles and responsibilities were boundless. I could explore and contribute to the project in many additional ways from my core deliverables.
Describe life at Datasource with three unique words.
Gratifying, Boundless, Intricate
Tell us what you like most about working at Datasource.
Cutting edge technologies and methodologies
Sense of accountability
Great leadership team
What challenges you the most and what motivates you the most at Datasource?
What challenges me the most is the ability to explore your hidden potential working with subject matter experts from various technologies.
What motivates me the most is the urge to go the extra mile and be responsive to the client, which is cascaded throughout the team.
What is on your bucket list?
1. Sail on the Caribbean Sea.
2. Redo the fundamentals of physics and mathematics from school & college all over again.
What are your hobbies outside of work?
Reading, cooking, watching documentaries, and Tom & Jerry.
What is your hidden talent?
I can communicate in about 6 languages and I can learn a new one really fast.
What are your proudest accomplishments?
My 3-year-old boy, and probably the next thing would be my 9.7/10 GPA in 12th grade.
What phobias do you have?
Claustrophobia, nightmares about losing loved ones.
Tell us why you fell in love with data:
Ten years ago, during my career counselling, my seniors from undergrad explained to me that “The most valuable resource is no longer oil. It’s data.” I’ve been passionate about data ever since I started working on it.