Few moments with Ravindran - DotNetSpider MVMHello DNS'ians,
Ravindran is one of the diamond member of DNS who joined in the year 2010. He has been awarded with DotNetSpider MVM recently in April, 2011. Within this short time period Ravindran has demonstrated his extensive knowledge in .Net technologies. We had an interview with him to get his views on DotNetSpider and his message to DotNetSpider members. Here is the interview we had with him.
Please tell us about yourself?
I am Ravindran from Trichy, Srirangam. I did my MCA degree from Bharathidasan University in May 2009. Currently working as a Software Developer in a Private firm. I have 1+ years experience in the .NET Technology.
How did you get into DotNetSpider community?
I joined DNS in May 2010, I was searching one topic in the internet that time I saw this site, and I got some of the helpful responses from DNS users, then I had created my account in this site.
What motivated you to contribute in DotNetSpider?
I always like to help others. One day I ask question in DNS forum section, that time I think, why ask question in the forum section? Why not give answer to other user's question. From that day I have work out lots of programs for DNS user questions and post responses to that questions.
Initially I didn't have more knowledge in .NET technology; I read lots of online tutorials, references and learn step by step. After I workout user doubts programs I got more knowledge. For that reason I give answer to all other user questions that time my technical knowledge increased and user technical problem also solved. This encourages me to contribute more in DNS.
I also thank to Webmaster, Editors and Senior members, because all of them encourage me in various situations, that encouragement is also motivated me to give more responses in the forum section.
How much time do you spend on Technical communities to help others?
There is no time limit for me, whenever I get time in home then I contribute in DNS. I spent more than 20 hours in a week for technical forum and resource section.
How are you balancing your Work life with your contribution in Technical Communities?
It is very difficult to balance; If I have more work in office, in that day I have spend only 2 hours in DNS forum section.
Please share with us your journey of becoming an DNS-MVM?
I Joined in DNS May 2010 but I am not contributing in that year. I started contributing from January 2011, I remember in that month I got the first award from DNS "Best Forum Supporter Award" for the week 16th Jan,2011 to 22nd Jan,2011, I was very much happy for that award. After that I had decided to contribute more and more in DNS. So result is I got more number of awards continuously from that month. I have concentrated to give best responses for user questions and in other side my points increased, rank increased, awards came automatically, and also I got valuable "DNS-MVM" award.
Few words about DotNetSpider?
DNS is best for .Net developers for share / learn technical knowledge. This is also a best website for beginners to learn about .Net Technology concepts with the help of so many numbers of DNS users.
What are your career goals?
My career goal is to work with Microsoft
Best moment in DotNetSpider tenure?
My first award from DNS, each and Every Appreciation received from DNS these are the best moment for me.
Any message to technologists and suggestions to make DotNetSpider as World's number one Technical Site?
I want to say to the other technologist keep contributing in DNS this will help you gain your technical knowledge and also your response help to others. If you give valuable contributions then automatically you will get awards/gifts.
Do not use copy/paste content from other website this will not help you to learn technical knowledge, understand concept with the help of other website content and give your response from what you understood.
Try your level best! Your Hard work never fails!
Hope this interview will be useful to all members.
We will be publishing interview with other MVM's also. Check out the winners here - April 2011 MVM announcement