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    Praveen Soundarrajan

    Atlassian Expert at Tata Consultancy Services
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      I am working on Atlassian applications like Jira, Confluence, Portfolio for Jira, etc. as a tool administrator and process and methods designer. Also have over 4 years of experience as a production support executive.

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    Jimi's Thoughts

    Praveen was working with me as the TCS Atlassian expert during my time as the Jira method and process expert. As the Jira product owner I worked closely with Praveen and I was very impressed by his skill and attitude.

    In my mind Praveen has all the qualifications of a great leader combined with the technical knowledge and humble attitude which make him a highly appreciated member of any team. It was an honor and a privilege to work with him and I can wholeheartedly recommend him.

    I foresee great things for Praveen in the future as he is one of those rare people that have all the qualities that make other people naturally look to him for guidance. It does not matter if it is a distressed client or co-worker needing an extra set of eyes, Praveen will take care of them and make all their worries go away.

    He is hard working, generous, kind and very intelligent. He learn quickly and will always give you his best effort with a smile.

    He is simply amazing.


    Products I master

    These are some products I master. I am well experienced and consider myself skilled in using these tools in a professional capcity.

    • Jira Software Cloud

      Jira Software is part of a family of products designed to help teams of all types manage work. Originally, Jira was designed as a bug and issue tracker. But today, Jira has evolved into a powerful work management tool for all kinds of use cases, from requirements and test case management to agile software development. In this guide, you'll learn which features and functionalities of Jira can help your team with your unique needs. 
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      Tell me a little about your company and what you do?

      I am IT Analyst in TCS with 7 years of experience as on Nov 2019.  I work as a Jira and Confluence admin. I also have admin experience in various DevOps and PLM related tools. 

       

      Based on DISC or 16personalities.com, what is your disposition?

      It told that I am introvert, which I am 🙂

       

      Where were you born and raised?

      I was born in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu, in a city called Salem. I was raised in the same city in a farm, till I completed my schooling. Then I moved to Chennai for Work.

       

      Where did you go to school?

      I did my schooling my home town, in Holy Cross school and completed my engineering degree in KSR college 50 Kms from my home town.

       

      What do you do when you are not working (what are your hobbies/passion)?

      I do photography, my passion is to ride motorcycles, my greatest aim in life is to ride a Ducati!

       

      Tell me something no one knows about you?

      I am an Introvert, I do a very good job in hiding it.

       

      If you had the opportunity to do just about anything, what would it be?

      I have a long list of motorcycles to buy, I would like to buy them and ride them on a track!

       

      What is the biggest challenge for you in your current role?

      Satisfying all the needs of my team members while coping with the higher management's requests, I am still learning. 

       

      If you get to choose a superhero that is like you, who would that be and why?

      Iron Man (if he is technically a super hero), would like invent cool stuff while working alone.

       

      Choose a person you feel you would like to ask a question to. Who would it be and what would the question be?

      MS Dhoni, how to stay cool in pressure situations?

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       1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

    Praveen was working with me as the TCS Atlassian expert during my time as the Jira method and process expert. As the Jira product owner I worked closely with Praveen and I was very impressed by his skill and attitude.

    In my mind Praveen has all the qualifications of a great leader combined with the technical knowledge and humble attitude which make him a highly appreciated member of any team. It was an honor and a privilege to work with him and I can wholeheartedly recommend him.

    I foresee great things for Praveen in the future as he is one of those rare people that have all the qualities that make other people naturally look to him for guidance. It does not matter if it is a distressed client or co-worker needing an extra set of eyes, Praveen will take care of them and make all their worries go away.

    He is hard working, generous, kind and very intelligent. He learn quickly and will always give you his best effort with a smile.

    He is simply amazing.

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