REDONDO BEACH, CA / ACCESSWIRE / December 2, 2022 / Anand Raja is a Software Solutions Engineer passionate about making contributions to his field. With over twenty-five years of business experience in banking, healthcare and technology, he recently sat down to discuss his future career plans. When asked, "What is a long-term goal in your career?" he answers,
"My long-term goal is to create software to benefit society. I am very motivated by what it is that I do and as an engineer I am constantly learning. Technology is a driving force of change and I want to somehow contribute to the evolution of the industry."
Motivated by the idea of contributing to society, Anand Raja stresses the importance of continued education. He claims to be a lifelong learner and is committed to better understanding his area of expertise. When asked for some advice for aspiring programmers, he states:
"I would say don't spend time learning the tricks of the trade. Learn the trade. Always take the time to be a better version of yourself. But most importantly, don't over think certain projects. You learn from experience and you will most definitely make errors throughout the course of your career. Contribute to open source projects, develop your own tools, and take the time to learn the fundamentals."
Anand goes on to provide insight into his career goals and various obstacles he has overcome on his way to success. Those interested in reading the full interview can do so here.
About Anand Raja
Anand Raja is a Software Solutions Engineer with over two decades of industry-related experience. He earned his bachelor's degree from M.G.R. University in 1998 before acquiring his MBA in 2011 from the University of California-Irvine. As an expert in his field, he is certified in MCSD, MCSE, and MCDBA and is a certified Java Programmer. His interest in the technology space has led him to pursue various opportunities in both banking and healthcare and has worked and consulted for brands such as Flagstar Bank, Costco, Warner Brothers, and Invensys.
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