Refine yourself and don’t give up!

Refine yourself and don’t give up!

That was the motto of "We have the contact!” meeting on March, 13. This time guests are successful LETI graduates of 1975 and 1988.

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That was the motto of "We have the contact!” meeting on March, 13. This time guests are successful LETI graduates of 1975 and 1988.

Alexander I. Yashin - Deputy Director General of "Information and Telecommunication Systems”, doctor of Engineering, professor, Honored Scientist of Russia was the first to tell the story of his success. Hero of the meeting graduated from college with honors, was in the army, studied at evening department at LETI and worked as laboratory assistant at the Department. He met with that time, with that professorship who could tell you about the first laboratories, about significant historical events of the country on their own experience. According to Yashin, LETI is unique by its history. Due to the scientific work at the LETI Department, Alexander started working in industrial science without problems. Since 2005 Yashin has been engaged in "IntelTech" that works with automated control systems and communications.

During the conversation the speaker shared his experience with students. Alexander advised to work harder and never to rest on our laurels:" If you want to make yourself, do it on your own!". In the words of Yashin, to achieve your goals you need to follow an example of a man who seems to be successful to you, as well as to join team in which you can gain experience. And the most important thing is never to give up.

Dmitry L. Krechman, marketing director of "HyperMethod", told the audience about his experience too. In 1988 he graduated from the Department of Software Engineering and Computer Applications, although he had had no idea what computer was before entering LETI. Now his professional life is connected with computer techniques. In addition to excellent study Krechman was noted for social activities and was awarded USSR Medal of honorary donor of third degree.

Dmitry L. is a cofounder of "HyperMethod" engaged in implementation of electronic systems for the assessment, development and training. The company serves more than 400 organizations and companies and about 600,000 users all over the country and countries of the near abroad.

As Krechman noted, university is the main core but for becoming competent employee it is necessary to get additional education. Competence is very important because staff of any firm should perform their duties so that business is successful. Guest mentioned the importance of learning throughout all your life. Perfection is always necessary, without it you can become uncompetitive. In conclusion to his story Dmitry advised to follow through the line and never to give up.