Talk With Our Weekly Winner on Leader-board – Ajit Jain
With Information Technology growing at a rapid pace, it is quite easy to be carried away with the latest technologies or left behind by not updating ourselves. It’s time you evaluate your skills once in a while before stepping into the future. If you are a software developer or aspiring to be one, you will understandably have your fair share of questions regarding the future of the industry and the best learning curve to take. Who better to ask than a well-established software developer who is also a full-time freelance web developer? Drum roll, please!
Demo is the new Resume!
Yes, Talent Accurate focuses on validating the skills by asking developers to show a demo of their project. As we have stared our online challenges, Ajit Jain participated in our challenge and became the top of the leaderboard.
What most excites about the future of IT industry?
In IT industries We are having Artificial Intelligence and IOT are most interesting technologies. Now blockchain and Cryptocurrency are expanding their scope and coming into the market.
What advice would you share with aspiring developers?
I would advise them to use technology in the right direction and solve real-life problems and Don’t give up and fight for yourself and keep updated themselves with current technologies.
What are your plans for the future and what’s up next on your learning path?
In future, I want to become a good Software Developer. Currently, I am working as an Android Developer at Healthgraph.In my learning path, I want to learn ROR(Ruby on Rails) for creating a backend for our Android Application.
Tell us how your career has evolved since learning to code.
Since I learning code I have some market insides and can do some better for this Society. Now I am able to solve a real-life problem using technology. In coding before writing code, you need to understand the business logic. We should not say no without trying the things.
What benefits have you experienced working as a developer?
As Developer, I am able to stand on my foot. And I have respect for society. I feel good when I think that I am working for this society and solving some real-life problem using technology.
When did you start learning Java?
I started learning java around 2-3 years back from today.
How often do you learn Java nowadays?
Not Frequently but sometimes when I want to do something new that time I need to learn something new.
How did you learn Java?
I learned core java from semester course and Advance Java from online tutorials and Java books.
What are the two topics you like most in Java?
Auto Garbage Collection for full memory optimization.
Multithreading and Networking are easy.
What is the personal project you did with Java?
My Search Engine project and Buddy Chat Android Application and FunWithSquare Game for Children.
What do you like in Java?
Auto Garbage Collection and availability of working with multi-threading.
Some Inbuilt Collection classes make easy development. Most of the libraries available easily this is also a good thing.
What are the two topics you hate most in Java?
The long length of code and pre-declaration of each object.
Not availability of declaration objects anywhere in the code.
If you are given Java director position, which changes would you bring in Java technologies?
I will try to minimize so long code length and Remove some Boilerplate code and provide some inbuilt classes and methods that developers can easily use and increase productivity.
A good Developer needs to be updated with new technology to build world-class products. As technology progressing We are getting many options to do same things but We need to decide to which is better in our reference.