The on-ground reality is always different in any company and in order to write efficient code, you must always be aware of the conditions of the people you write the code for.
I would often doubt myself and I’d be afraid of things going wrong. But now, I’m willing to take the risk and the fear of making a mistake does not stop me from implementing my ideas.
The monsoons had set in during the time, four of my teammates and I had to travel through waterlogged roads to find farmers and potential locations; it was a crazy feeling and I felt like I was part of a great adventure!
It was a complete shift in environment for me - from working in an AC room to walking around a busy market for hours. But, I loved what I did; I had the opportunity to understand every aspect of the business.
Experimenting with a completely different role than what you signed up for is not everyone’s cup of tea. I learned the Ins and Outs of Sales Operations - right from pickups to delivery which helped my performance.
What drew me towards Ninjacart was the business idea. Farmers have the skillset to grow crops, but they are misinformed or clueless about what they can do next. We help by doing just that for them.
I work with a lot of people every day while I deliver fruits and vegetables to customers. I don’t look at the people I work with as colleagues or friends; they are more like brothers to me.