Aamir Senior Application Developer Intern At Tokio Marine Management
1383 Words6 Pages
Aamir Hossain, a senior application developer, has been working at Tokio Marine Management located in New York, NY for seven years. He is considered to be one of the most respected employees in that organization. Under his leadership, the payment acceptance team of Tokio Marine Management has been rewarded numerous times. It was my great privilege to have a conversation with him which helped me to enhance my knowledge about the leaders in the software engineering world. Hossain started his career in 2004 as an application developer intern at Tokio Marine Management. During that same year, he was in his junior year majoring in Software Engineering at Rochester Institute of Technology. He also had the great privilege to work under John…show more content… As a senior application developer, Hossain’s duty is to assist to other application developers. Thanks to his vast experience in this field, it is his main focus to help other developers and evaluate their work. His team members believe that he is a highly hardworking leader who is always there to help when they need him. Hossain himself says that a leader is the one who has enough capabilities to lead a team by satisfying everyone in that team.
As a leader, Hossain told me he always visits everyone’s desk and asks if they need any help from him. He tends to treat his team members like one big family. He always holds meetings at 9 am with his team members and discusses their daily schedule. He also discusses the new applications that have been developed and launched and also shares his ideas on how to solve problems regarding those applications.
Hossain has divided his team members into two different small teams. Those who have more experience and have been working for at least two years belong to the so-called payment team one, and those who have been working for less than two years belong to the payment team two. He told me that the reason behind dividing the team into two different small teams was for the distribution of tasks and responsibilities. He believes it would be unfair to assign a task to someone who doesn’t have sufficient experience necessary to work on it.
More importantly, Hossain has written a handbook