Consulting Book Review: The Nomadic Developer: Surviving and Thriving in the world of Technology Consulting

Consulting Book Review: The Nomadic Developer: Surviving and Thriving in the world of Technology Consulting

“This book is about technology consulting companies and how a technology professional might be successful working for one…. …Consider this book something of a career guide that maps out how most firms work, covers the kinds of employers to avoid, and provides some sample career paths beyond the career paths you would normally think about in a technology company. I have aimed to provide a good mixture of advice and realism, mixed with a bit of inspiration and unconventional advice… …there are not many books on how a technology services practice is run.” I have worked alongside people from consulting

Consulting Book Review: The Best Book on Getting Consulting jobs in India: Jaineel Aga

Consulting Book Review: The Best Book on Getting Consulting jobs in India: Jaineel Aga

“In 2009, as the US economy collapsed, investment banks and consultancies froze hiring. Fewer companies came to recruit on campus and those that did, preferred to pick American undergraduates that did not need H1-b visa sponsorship. In such a tumultuous environment, Jaineel’s dogged persistence and well carved out strategies helped him secure interviews with Goldman Sachs, UBS, Parthenon, Monitor, Deloitte, Capgemini, Micro-strategy, Microsoft, Facebook and Blackrock to name a few. With a number of offers in his bag, he picked the exciting opportunity to be with Parthenon’s emerging market office which promised to provide tremendous international exposure. “ – Jaineel