I kinda have to agree with that. Basically become so invaluable to the project that if you threaten to leave they will kneel and beg you to stay and they will do anything.I saw mates in the DB domain who have made a kind on dependency in the project enjoys this kind of life.
if you threaten to leave they will kneel and beg you to stay and they will do anything.I kinda have to agree with that. Basically become so invaluable to the project that if you threaten to leave they will kneel and beg you to stay and they will do anything.
But this is also very hard to achieve, you will have to spend many years in the project, learn the project inside-out and work on some really high profile development activity.
It also helps if you have some rare skill whose developers are not very common. These days mobile app developers are a dime a dozen, so are UI and Java developers. But if you know something on the side like machine learning, natural language processing or big data, you can leverage those along with your existing skills to make yourself more valuable.
Since you are a Android dev, I suggest making yourself into a full-stack developer to make yourself more valuable. That is become knowledgeable in all aspects of mobile app development, including application servers, cloud services (AWS, Google cloud, Azure, etc), databases, etc. It's likely that this will put a bit more responsibility on you in the beginning, but later on if you become something like an architect, your work load will reduce.
Remember that later in a career, functional knowledge becomes valuable than technical knowledge.
Edit: Also please fix your title, it's a bit too long IMO.
There is no gaurantee that next company will be better.Unless we get some other job how can we threaten? & What is the guarantee that we are joining in a better company?
Will I be part of your team?
How much is team size
What are the working hours
How often do people strech to complete task
Do you compensate people with overtime
How do you handle a tight delivery
Do have any process for devilvery
How do you handle production issues
What do you do in your free time.?
How often do people work on weekends?
Do you provide compensatory off if we work on weekends
You have to become a valuable worker first. Technically you should still prepare in your spare time to enhance your knowledge to be more relevant to what's the trend in the industry. Take up some courses on sites like Udacity, Udemy or Coursera, etc. and attend from time to time. Such knowledge will be useful when attending interviews. You should attend interviews in general just to see what questions are usually asked and prepare accordingly.if you threaten to leave they will kneel and beg you to stay and they will do anything.
Unless we get some other job how can we threaten? & What is the guarantee that we are joining in a better company?
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It is good to ask those questions, only after getting the offer letter or at least when one is sure that they have cleared all the rounds now. Asking in 1st/2nd round will create a image of a person who isn't ready for a commitment.Why do you feel exhuasted by end of day?
There is no gaurantee that next company will be better.
But in interviews you can ask the interviewees the following questions
All companies have deadlines, all companies have deliveries but they also have process for same
Search for jobs in product based MNCs.
Welcome to India, where people with music as passion and Jo interest in technology are forced to go for engineering.
Because most of the passion kind of jobs are not high regular income jobs & the above answer in Quora explains it further why following our passion is not always. The title of my post is taken from an answer to similar questions which says what is actually better than following your passion.Siddesh Sawant's answer: Follow your passion has been one of those hackneyed quote in the modern vocabulary for past 2–3 decades. Like most advice it comes with a * conditions apply. There is nothing bad in following your passion. But the quote advocates us not just to follow your passion, but t...www.quora.com
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Maybe. It varies from person to person. The purpose of my title is to keep passion as hobby or part time job so that our primary income not dependent on it. But for this the primary job must be of like what is mentioned in the title.Well, thing about following passion is that you will lose your passion with time and then it will be just another job.
we need to find a neutral person in the company (someone not a workaholic or too attached to company authorities but is honest) who says true answers for those questionsIt is good to ask those questions, only after getting the offer letter or at least when one is sure that they have cleared all the rounds now. Asking in 1st/2nd round will create a image of a person who isn't ready for a commitment.