We met Usman Garba at his place in February for a one-on-one interview, where he talks about his experiences in Malaysia, turning down two job offers for a chance to work with Google and then losing that opportunity, taking a pre-sales job to get his foot in the door and the "two-second rule". He also shares some of his favorite TV shows and what he does when he isn't doing technical training.
Some of the things we talked about
06.03: Insecure was the show to watch last year. Looking forward to the new seasons of Insecure and Atlanta
07.25 - The Joint Admissions Matriculation Board (JAMB) and West African Examinations Council (WAEC) are the college entry exams and I'm not sure how it works now but back then, after the exams, you can't be 100% sure you'll get results. The exams may get canceled or it'll take forever to get the results.
20.40: If you're coming to Malaysia to study, you have to pick a really good school
24.40: I started out as a virtual profiler, calling companies to
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