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Confessions of a Software Techie: The Surprising Truth about Things that Really Matter by Ramakrishna Reddy is a brilliant account of a software engineer that takes the reader through the demands of his work and offers incredible life hacks and insights that will benefit readers in their day-to-day hectic lifestyle. In this book, the reader will learn about the techie guy from India and how he started to arrive where he is now, a story that is told in a humorous and arresting tone. He then moves on quickly to discuss lessons in life that aren’t taught in the classroom, but that every professional needs to know. Did you know that honesty is not always the best policy in today’s ever changing business landscape? This book will tell you why.
Ramakrishna Reddy has succeeded in creating a book with a message that every techie needs to know — and everyone who wants to succeed in today’s technologically driven business environment. He weaves insights and lessons culled from a decade working as a techie into this wonderful book, showing readers how to do more with less, how to win people, and how to handle the seven most difficult problems any techie would eventually face. From the art of crafting emails that everyone wants to read to why guys shouldn’t chase girls, he offers insights that are stunning and that will make a lot of sense to readers. Confessions of a Software Techie: The Surprising Truth about Things that Really Matter is an eye-opener, a useful tool not only for techies but for anyone who wants more from life. Utterly enjoyable and surprisingly entertaining.