I make software. I love doing it and I'll do it for as long as I can. I believe that every line of code I write contributes to building a product that will help one person on earth to have a better life. For me that's more than enough to find joy in what I do day to day.
I have an academic background in Machine Learning research and have developed some data-driven products in the past. I've also spent a fair amount of time developing full-stack web apps, but lately I've been working in mobile: mostly native iOS and just recently exploring native frameworks.
I came to find ThoughtWorks by
I had the opportunity to work in a ThoughtWorks team before I was even a ThoughtWorker. There I learned about ThoughtWorks' culture and knew I wanted more. Later I decided to sign up for the full experience.
The best advice I can give a current or future ThoughtWorker is
To be themselves. Simple as that. I think the best way to thrive and be successful in our careers is to be who you truly are, and ThoughtWorks is a place where we have the chance to do exactly that.
The thing I love most about my work is
That I am constantly learning and that I get to choose the learning path I want to follow.