Big gathering of Friends comes with Loads of talks…fun…laughter.
Listening to each other’s problems makes each one of us feel that every Role has its problem. (Mainly I’m concentrating on IT Frnz)
Be it a Tester or a Developer !!!
Once I happened to be a part of the conversation of a Tester and a Developer. I understood that Life becomes pathetic when there is no rapport between these two teams. I really pitied them.
They are very good friends. But unfortunately both of them were allocated in two different teams(Testing n Development).
The Developer wrote the code and promoted it to UAT for testing. The Tester started testing. Tester found a problem with the code and raised the Defect. They argued a lot when the defect was raised. Both were right from individual’s perspectives.
Below is a pictorial representations of this. 😀
Left: Tester | Right: Developer
A frustrated DEVELOPER simply rejects the Defect.
Left: Tester | Right: Developer
There’s a famous dialogue of this DEVELOPER friend “You don’t know the potential of a Developer”.
This irritated TESTER much more and raised defects again.
Finally they ended up with a Big war by the time the implementation of code was done in production.
This conversation always makes me laugh a lot whenever I think of the Day I witnessed this Conversation.
But I am very happy that they leave Office tensions in Office as soon as they step out of Office. Again in real Life…they are pretty good friends.
Msg. thro’ this Blog – “Personal Life shud not get affected by any chance by the Professional Life”
A few years back, I had started my Career in IT field. Each day was a THRILL to me as I had to explore a lot in Chennai. I had language problem in the early days but somehow used to manage it by mixing both the languages (Telugu + Tamil). Soon I realized about the saying – “When you are in Rome, be like a Roman.” So I started to improve the speaking skills. This gave me chance to interact with more people in their language. I started enjoying my stay in Chennai.
Some of the fascinating things I found in Chennai was – Local Transport. I was put up in Choolaimedu during the first few months at Chennai. So I used to travel from Choolaimedu to GMR office by changing 2 Trains. I never felt the journey as tiresome one. To be frank, I used to rush to the Train? For what – for getting chance for foot-boarding to enjoy the cool breeze.
The excitement was at its Peak during those days. Office work tensions used to vanish off in just fraction of seconds when the cool breeze to whisper in my ears when Moon was giving me company. As usual, I got down from the local Train at my stop with full energy inside. Ticket checking was going on…in the station. I was asked to show the Train Ticket. I took out the Ticket and showed it to him. He was asking “show me Today’s ticket…”. I was explaining to him – “Sir…I don’t take daily ticket and this is the Monthly ticket which I have been using.” Then something unusual…was found in my Ticket. My ticket had expired the previous day and I forgot to renew the Pass� 😦
My bad evening started from then…he fired at me in the initial few minutes. Later, he asked me to pay the fine. I agreed to pay around 300 bucks to him without uttering anything. He wrote a Slip which had the fine details. I felt bad for few seconds then I thought “Government was in need of Funds…so I helped Government by paying the fine….” Again I was back to the world of excitements.
Once so happened that I was travelling along with my Frnd in Bus. I had to get down in Guindy n she had to go to Koyambedu. As I expected, the Squads were waiting for checking the Tickets from the passengers. To my shock, my frnd forgot to give my Ticket before I get down from the Bus and the Bus went off.� My Happy Happy SUNDAY turned to a worst frustrating SUNDAY again. I was asked to pay 500 bucks to them because he saw a Rs 500/- currency in my wallet when i was searching for my ticket. Tears rolled out that I could not help myself in this case. Silently I handed over the amount to them and left the place. All of a sudden, the Squads called me back. I rushed to them with the enthusiasm that they may give me back some bucks after looking into my innocent face. I was very depressed because they called me to give bus tickets worth 500 bucks. Took the Tickets and thrown them in dustbin. Later i moved from there to my room. Then I thought “Government people require Funds for repairing the Buses so they asked my HELP and ofcourse I helped them”.
Hope you also had bitter experiences like this.
But now a days, i see to that I have my own Ticket, became a responsible Citizen
my Sharing thro the Blog – Life is to enjoy !!! These things are very small part of our Life. When I turn back and look into these experiences…I start laughing at myself. Life has to go on…experience new things in LIFE and have FUN.
Welcome to the Animal Planet !!!
U may be aware by now that I’m very fond of Animals especially Cats. They have become a very important part of my Life. I had been enjoying this world from past 11 years. A few snaps are below bout my Pets.
Check out what my pets have to say in each pic. Names of my Pets may look strange. Kindly bear with me.
“Look into my Blue Eyes !!! Did I scare You?” ET Says…
“Oh taking my Pic…plz let me well in advance, I just got up from a deep sleep.” Whitu says…
“I will give a ‘Meeooow’ sound then Click on the camera to take my Pic.” Puffy says…
“I will give an innocent look. Capture it.” Puffy says…
“How much do u charge for Golden-Facial???” says Kantri n Ammulu to a beautician.
“I won’t let you go” says Bandu…
Hope u enjoyed it. Bie for now 🙂
It all started in 2011, a cat in wheat-colored fur ‘KUTTU’(it’s name) used to visit my home every afternoon around 3 p.m. So everyday after lunch, I used to store a cup of curd rice for her. One fine morning, as I got up, I saw KUTTU with 2 lovely kittens in my bed room. Everyone was surprised at home. Initially, I was scared to touch KUTTU but later somehow convinced her and took the babies into my hands. Fortunately, we became good frnz soon. Slowly, everyone in my family enjoyed their company. One of the kitten died of weakness so we had to put extra efforts to take care of the other kitten. We named it as NALLU b’coz of her color.
NALLU: ‘Queen of my Home’ –
There’s a saying – “never go by Color but go with the Heart.” Though black in color, she has a very sensitive and caring Heart. Soon she grew up and proved to be a ‘Perfect Mother’. She took care of babies so well that I just had transformed her name to ‘YASHODA’. Just as mother Yashoda took care of Lord Krishna in mythology, my Yashoda takes care of all the kittens in my home. Lived a luxurious life in my Home, she also maintained the standards of living.
Now listen to the other half of my Chweet Yashoda.
Was crazzzzzzy of milk products like cakes, sweets and obviously Non-veg.
Ate anything prepared by Mom but with a condition that Ghee is added to its share of food.
If you stop giving importance to her, she won’t eat food for the whole day and sits in one corner of the room. She’s the Pet of everyone at my home. Perfect in buttering everyone at Home and get everything she wants at home.
Now it’s time to introduce my BANDU. Why names as BANDU? B’coz BANDA in my native language means FAT. Hope u got it? 😉
The most handsome Cat in my street. It’s the Rowdy of the locality. So its glamorous body was always naughty so substituted by wounds everywhere on his body. I loved playing with it. He enjoyed eating ‘KURKURE’. The most interesting thing was, my BANDU loved sleeping. He also took care of other Cats as well. See how it is relaxing!!!
My little Tigers love fighting with each other. Some of the Cats have missed. I miss them a lot. At present, I have only 2, one is Puffy and the other is Yashoda.
You know…my kitties give lovely poses when they are called for the pics. Howz dis?
After a very heavy meal …
Love this Kitty world sooo much and will always be connected to it. RIght now, I have 5 kitties at home…Will post about them soon 🙂