On March 15th 2006, I bid goodbye to Tavant after a period of almost 2 years. There were happy moments and sad moments; and times when I was proud and never wanted to leave Tavant and there were times when I wanted to flee at the earliest chance. But as the wheels of time roll by we all have to move on. And I am moving on. Binil had introduced me to Tavant and its excellent work culture long before I joined Tavant. When Binil comes to Mavelikara for vacation we used to have long chats on topics ranging from cricket, politics and other bullshit to programming and the internet. He could talk endlessly on any topic beneath the sun, and he sure has his own opinion about everything. He vast knowledge on certain topics are pretty impressive and his logical & analytical way of thinking has influenced my thought process significantly. When Tavant had a vacancy in Microsoft Technologies open, I sent him my resume. He gave me an idea on the type of questions they asked at Tavant and what k
Do you like Scott Adams? His recent book How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big was an eye-opener to me. If you haven't read it yet I highly recommend you buy it now or check it out from your local library and read it. You will learn at least a few tips and tricks to make your life better. He is coming up with a new book named Win Bigly - Persuasion in a World Where Facts Don't Matter and a sample chapter is available for download now. Technically it is only for people who pre-ordered the book but they don't validate the information you give them, so you can enter anything. Go to this link and enter your information and you will be shown a link to download the PDF. I enjoyed it. I hope you will too.