The new iPhone 12 was launched a few days back, and I was eagerly looking forward to buying the latest version of the mobile phone from Apple. However, all my plans were completely ruined by Apple’s pricing for the latest version, and this time, I was completely disappointed with the pricing. I have been using the iPhone 6 for the past few years and the phone has not worked as it was supposed. Apple itself had acknowledged its blunder of throttling older versions of the phones and including the most unworthy version of the battery. The company itself had announced a replacement program for the battery and even after the replacement of the battery, iPhone 6 was not working as expected. The internal components were not able to withstand new battery power and started to be sluggish and draining more than expected. So, what was my final decision about getting a new phone and what did the phone did buy? To know more, please check out blog posts in “G R Team Sites”
Monday, November 23, 2020
Sunday, June 28, 2020
Now I had two tasks on my list of work items to be completed for the day, one task is from the onsite team, who wanted to work on the solution slides even before the client had shared their information and the other task is from my manager with irrelevant details. I had to prioritize the task list so that both tasks are completed on time without any escalations or follow-ups. I knew that my manager's task is irrelevant and would not be of much importance, and the insight he had shared was completely out of context, so I can park this task for a while. The other task from the onsite team required only a few calls to be made to other accounts for similar expertise and it can be completed in 30 mins, so I rushed with this task first and completed in a few mins. Now, I jumped back to the task assigned by my manager and started to compile the information that he had requested, and besides, I had also included a few slides from my expertise and insights from previous client requirements. To know more about my work life, please feel free to check out the blog posts in "G R Team Sites"
Sunday, June 7, 2020
I had come to my hometown for a long vacation and before my vacation plan, I sought permission to connect from home for 2 days and was hoping to get no work during these times. Till noon, I didn’t get any emails or notifications from my manager and post that he had requested me to work on multiple documents to be shared by the very next day. I was completely furious about my manager and was cursing myself about additional work to be completed while connecting from home. So, I have a habit of checking my repository for any previously available documents for reusing it and to my surprise, I found related documents with exact details requested by my manager. I was controlling this astonishment and did not want to share this document early to my manager, as he has the habit of requesting additional information without any proper reasons and would always insist on iterative changes. I waited till the end of the day and noticed my manager was offline, I sent the documents that he had requested for and immediately set out of office emails for my long vacation. I did not even bother to check the response from my manager on the request and switched off my laptop. To know more about what happened further, please feel to check out the blog posts in “G R Team Sites”
Friday, March 13, 2020
After so much of discussions between the delivery person and myself at the end of a tiring day, we took the bold decision of sending work in progress document to the on-site team for review. Post sharing the content, I was completely nervous about the feedback and wondering whether my storyline was in the right chord to address all client requested information. Anyhow, with no other options left, I logged off for the day and went back home. The next day with so much anxiety, I was curious to check my mail about the feedback and to my surprise, there was not even a single mail or acknowledgment from the on-site team. I was even more worried about the outcome because if the on-site team share their suggestions by today I would get enough time for making those changes or I would have hardly left with few hours to complete it, as I have a planned vacation coming up. I was even more confused about my next step, whether I should wait for one more day or drop a note to the on-site team, stating that I would be on vacation from the upcoming weekend and the earliest feedback would help us in addressing it sooner than later. I went home with so much of oscillation running back off my mind and the moment I entered my home, I got the splendid idea to close this service request. Excited to know more, please feel free to check out “G R Team Sites