I am a QA. I am not really sure what those two letters really mean, but I am spending every day trying to figure it out. It seems like no two days are the same for me as a QA at ThoughtWorks.
I enjoy studying the advantages and disadvantages of different software stacks so that I can ready to find any gaps that may cause issues or perhaps gaps in the sense of opportunities. Also fascinated about how the ease of making mistakes so profoundly impacted the software industry. However, the embracing of these mistakes is what I believe makes Software the ideal place for innovation.
I came to find ThoughtWorks by
Doing a web search for interesting interview process. ThoughtWorks impressed me with the constant innovation from interview process to delivering software.
The best advice I can give a current or future ThoughtWorker is
Don't be afraid to go outside your comfort zone. There is no better time to do it, because ThoughtWorks and ThoughtWorkers will have your back.
The thing I'm most proud of from my time here is
Taking a piece of software product from inception to production that is revolutionary for the industry.
The thing I love most about my work is
I am often being challenged by problems that no one has come up with a good solution for yet.