If I were to give career advice anyone entering the tech industry, it would be to forget your title and your role.
Today’s companies don’t want developers, testers, analysts, and project managers.
They want people who can solve problems, be trusted to follow through on commitments, and get things done.
Companies don’t want people who show up at work, waiting to be given their orders and told what to do.
They want thinkers, people who can take initiative, and can’t help but want to do good work.
The companies who are going to win, are those who are able to ignore the traditional titles and roles, and make the role fit the person.
Because at the end of the day, titles and roles don’t matter. It’s the people filling them who do.