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Name: Wichanart Wangkiat


Pronouns: She/Her
Role/Title: Senior Consultant, Developer  


Describe your experience so far at Thoughtworks in one or two words: Fun, challenging 

What does your job involve?


Work together with clients to identify improvements, deliver high quality software with agile methodology and good engineering practices. 


What is the most rewarding aspect of what you do?


I love problem solving, coding, and that satisfying moment when the code for my current task works. These are why I chose to be a software developer, and what I am doing allows me to experience this everyday. I'm also passionate about how making adjustments, sometimes very small, can have a big impact and make people's life easier. Here I got a chance to do that for both our clients and their end customers.


We’d love to hear about your career journey. Can you talk about what led you to Thoughtworks and your decision to join Thoughtworks?


I had been an SAP developer for over 10 years. When I left SAP to become a backend developer, I joined a team where we adopted all the Thoughtworks practices and I was so impressed. When I learned that Thoughtworks has an office in Thailand, I started doing some research. The more I read, the more I was drawn to the company. The main reason I decided to apply when I only had 6 months of backend developer experience was that the company is open to career changers.

What has been your favorite part of your Thoughtworks career to date?


To be working with passionate, talented people where I can learn from and always ready to help.


What advice would you give to anyone thinking of joining Thoughtworks?


Read and do some research about us. If you think what you learn could be too good to be true, it is not, this is the place for you.

Anything else that you wanted to add about your Thoughtworks journey?


There are a lot of opportunities to improve soft skills and technical skills. We frequently have lunch & learn sessions where it is a safe space to share about things you are passionate about and improve your communication and presentation skills. We have many global communities where a lot of experts are ready to answer your technical questions. We have a lot of foreigners so you get a chance to speak English everyday. We also have many training opportunities be it internal or external, online or offline to improve your skill sets.