There’s a difference between a true software engineer and a namesake software engineer. A namesake engineer has an engineering degree – might know theory matter well but will struggle writing a simple program.
True software engineers are different. They might not even have a computer engineering degree. But you’ll find them sitting in computer labs for long, possibly building a command prompt game or learning a new programming language.
We’re looking for true software engineers to join our company. For us, your academic performance isn’t a yardstick for selection. It doesn’t matter if you weren’t at the top of your class, if you didn’t score a consistent first-class every semester, or if you had multiple KTs. Your marks don’t define your abilities. Your interest lies in programming clubs, hackathons, following latest technologies, in practical learning. You have a passion for building great software, and the urge to prove your abilities by exceeding expectations.
If this sounds like you, then write to us. Tell us why we should hire you. Share with us your ambition, your interests and about a memorable project you worked on.
Write to [email protected] with your detailed CV.