Looking for mentors from Seattle area.

Walmart.com / Eng abhi117
Jul 2 6 Comments

I work at Walmart Labs as a SE-III in Bentonville Arkansas. I have on-site interview lined up in Seattle area for Amazon. I am looking for mentors so that I can learn more about the interview process and hopefully make a long lasting connection.
Last Friday I had Microsoft on-site and didn't do well, after the feedback I got to know that while I was good in Technical Communication and Problem solving but there are area of improvements in coding part.
I would really like to get in touch with seniors and peers to understand and work on my areas. I would really appreciate if you'd like to mentor me.
I am looking people from Seattle area because I'll be traveling there and it could be great chance to meet you guys 1-1, but if you are from other area and think I could use your help please feel free to contact me I am open to connect and learn.
I really want to improve as a Engineer irrespective of the interview results.


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  • Apple MyYO05
    Stay in Arkansas where you are quarantined.
    Jul 2 1
    • Walmart.com / Eng abhi117
      Thank you.
      Jul 2
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    • Walmart.com / Eng abhi117
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      Jul 2
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      Jul 2
  • LinkedIn ushu
    What do they gain in return?
    Jul 2 1
    • Walmart.com / Eng abhi117
      There are bunch of benefits for mentoring especially if you are looking for senior positions in your org which needs leadership and communication skills this might be a good way to practice it, but all in all you might connect with someone as a friend too. I saw a good post somewhere online I am pasting it here.
      Build your leadership skills – It helps you develop your ability to motivate and encourage others. This can help you become a better manager, employee, and team member.
      Improve your communication skills – Because your mentee may come from a different background or environment, the two of you may not "speak the same language." This may force you to find a way to communicate more effectively as you navigate your way through the mentoring relationship.
      Learn new perspectives – By working with someone less experienced and from a different background, you can gain a fresh perspective on things and learn a new way of thinking – which can help in your work life as well as your personal life.
      Advance your career – Refining your leadership skills can strengthen your on-the-job performance, perhaps helping you get that promotion to higher management – or into management in the first place. Showing that you've helped others learn and grow is becoming more and more essential to advancement in today's business world.
      Gain personal satisfaction – It can be very personally fulfilling to know that you've directly contributed to someone's growth and development. Seeing your mentee succeed as result of your input is a reward in itself.
      Jul 2


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