Review: BUGman!

The story of an advanced relative of creatures that use too much brain leading a life that rivals that of the bugs!

Here comes the story of Sa&Sa in a cubicle life of technicality and testing

Name: BUGman: Cubicle Life and Beyond (Click on the link to buy)

Author: Sachin Kodagali and Santosh Avvannavar

bugman  Description of BUGman:

This the story of two kinds of employees and their perspective of work and opportunities and hard work.

They detail in the journey of what to do and what not to do in an interview for testing in a company. Also the woes of being an engineer. Cheers to my life!

The book has more concepts tried to convey in the form of a simple story. It’s uniqueness lies in the fact that interview procedure with examples is moulded into the form of a story. Thus it is easily relatable.

My Take on BUGman:

Since the book was a small read, I decided to read on the bus, the lady next to me gave me a weird look and asked why I was reading children’s book?

I then started explaining it to her about the book and after 10 mins she was like “Oh you engineers have to read so much!”

I did not want to explain it further to her that it is not necessary to read every book that says “for engineers”. It is necessary to read the books that matters.

For me this book was something like a ‘manual for being a good employee’. Also a simple guide to understand how to crack an interview. My opinion is that the story could have been narrated well and there could be more to it.

It was a simple and good read. A self-help book written in the form of a sweet story.

Hence, I rate this book 3/5 stars and I would like to thank the author for sending me this book! This has in no away influenced my opinion about the book.

 

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Author: dreambookreviews

Call me an owl, a worm or even a book parasite, for all those names define me! Along with an immense love for books, I also love music, though I don't play any instrument or sing. Cooking and travelling are other things that I absolutely love.

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