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[BangPypers] Python related jobs for me
L Radhakrishna Rao
2013-02-20 07:24:24 UTC
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Hi guys and girls,

I am software engineer and also an enthusiastic programmer.

I have learned python on my own, though not knowledgeable as you people
are. I have learned python purely out of my interest.

Now i would like to get involved in some serious python development
activities. Any suggestions?

The problem with HRs is that they will usually treat me as a freshers,
especially in india.

Your advice will definitely change my careers and also, I will get to do
the thing which I love.

Thanks and Regards,

Radhakrishna
Gora Mohanty
2013-02-20 07:31:25 UTC
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Post by L Radhakrishna Rao
Hi guys and girls,
I am software engineer and also an enthusiastic programmer.
I have learned python on my own, though not knowledgeable as you people
are. I have learned python purely out of my interest.
Now i would like to get involved in some serious python development
activities. Any suggestions?
[...]

This is a little off-topic, but nevertheless:
* Learning something on a candidate's own initiative would
be a big plus in our book when it comes to a hiring decision.
* You should decide on a more specific area that you want to
work in. One possibility is web development with Django,
and Python, but you should pick an area that interests you.
* If your experience in that area is not very extensive, consider
finding a company/organisation that works in the area, and
do an internship with them.
* Another good way of gaining expertise, and getting noticed,
is to find an open-source project in that area of work, and
contributing to it.

Regards,
Gora
L Radhakrishna Rao
2013-02-20 07:37:44 UTC
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Hi Gora,

Thanks for responding back.


I am actually interested in web services and also looking to contribute in
opene erp or tiny erp, as I have knowledge of ERP.


I have checked their websites, but could not figure it out, also because of
time constraints.


So I am searching for people who contribute in open erp.

Besides, I am posting code in www.projecteuler.net using python as my
programming langauge.

I want to use Django, but again, for python 3, there is no release
available I guess.



Regards,
Radhakrishna
kracekumar ramaraju
2013-02-20 07:33:01 UTC
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On Wed, Feb 20, 2013 at 12:54 PM, L Radhakrishna Rao <
Post by L Radhakrishna Rao
Hi guys and girls,
I am software engineer and also an enthusiastic programmer.
I have learned python on my own, though not knowledgeable as you people
are. I have learned python purely out of my interest.
Now i would like to get involved in some serious python development
activities. Any suggestions?
The problem with HRs is that they will usually treat me as a freshers,
especially in india.
Your advice will definitely change my careers and also, I will get to do
the thing which I love.
There are lot of python projects in github in case you want to contribute,
the best way is to create an desktop app or webapp or python module or
python package. Ask suggestions from Friends and other programmers for your
code.

Kindly find your own interest(Music or cricket app or wget in python) since
path I followed may or maynot work out for you.

To have look of programmers in Bangalore, you can try
https://github.com/search?q=bangalore&ref=commandbar&type=Users , same
logic can be extended for python projects.
Post by L Radhakrishna Rao
Thanks and Regards,
Radhakrishna
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Govind Menon
2013-02-20 07:38:15 UTC
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Hi,

i am anh consultant. Can you mail me your phone details? We can then have a chat. Or you could call me on +91 94483 79144.

Regards...Govind Menon
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Subject: [BangPypers] Python related jobs for me
From: L Radhakrishna Rao <satishsagar83 at gmail.com>
Date: 20/02/2013 12:56 pm

Hi guys and girls,

I am software engineer and also an enthusiastic programmer.

I have learned python on my own, though not knowledgeable as you people
are. I have learned python purely out of my interest.

Now i would like to get involved in some serious python development
activities. Any suggestions?

The problem with HRs is that they will usually treat me as a freshers,
especially in india.

Your advice will definitely change my careers and also, I will get to do
the thing which I love.

Thanks and Regards,

Radhakrishna
L Radhakrishna Rao
2013-02-20 07:44:39 UTC
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Hi Govind,

I will call you after 7 P.M.

Thanks and Regards,

Radhakrishna
Bibhas Ch Debnath
2013-02-20 07:56:48 UTC
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- Keep learning. Write small apps. Put all your code on Github. Consider
it as your resume.
- Attend events. Meet new people. Talk to them. There are a Lot of
opportunities you can't find sitting at home.
- Don't expect or try to jump start. Take it slow. Internship is a good
idea.


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http://bibhas.in
Post by L Radhakrishna Rao
Hi Govind,
I will call you after 7 P.M.
Thanks and Regards,
Radhakrishna
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L Radhakrishna Rao
2013-02-20 07:58:46 UTC
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Hi Bibhas,

Thanks for the advice.

With Best Regards,
Radhakrishna

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