For today, we have invited our junior software developer Sasi for an interview.
Sasi, who has joined us on 01 November 2022, is our most recent co-worker in software development.
He answered a few questions on his personality and his tasks at solvimus.
If you were asked to describe yourself with a film title, which one would it be? It can as well be the title of a song?
The anime Naruto pops up straight in my mind. The main character is a young guy able to master all obstacles by his willpower. Practically everyone is able to identify himself with this story.
What did you do before joining solvimus?
I studied in Schmalkalden and worked predominantly in the robotics lab of the research centre at the University of Applied Sciences.
What grasped your attention of the solvimus GmbH and why did you want to work with us?
I was actively searched for my first challenge after my graduation. Reading Remo’s LinkedIn posting on racism prompted me to browse the solvimus blog posts, and that made me curious. Finally, the candid and friendly ambiance at the interviews convinced me.
Tell us about your tasks with us! What is a typical workday for you?
I arrive at work mostly between 08.30 and 09.00 am and inspect my to-do-list from the previous day and read through my e-mails. I thereby structure my day and start off. My prime task is the programming of our customer-specific Meter Extension. I collaborate closely with Remo and Dirk in this aspect.
Why do you enjoy working for the solvimus GmbH (approximately 3 reasons):
- I am able and authorised to decide independently
- solvimus implements an open communication and feedback culture
- The collegial-friendly atmosphere and the social cohesion in the team
What do you think do all solvimusians share?
The humour. We often gather and laugh together, and share a positive mood. My direct superior Tobias in particular always has a snappy joke up his sleeve and often makes us laugh.
solvimus is located in Ilmenau, Thuringia. What characterises the region?
This is the ideal place to reconcile work and free time. Many places here, like the parks and forests, help to relax. Nevertheless, the city is vibrant and also multicultural thanks to the university, allowing me to make friends.
Work is but half of the lifetime. What is your favourite leisure-time activity?
A lot! (laughing) I study to play harmonica, play badminton in a club and enjoy walking. Preferably without mobile phone. And I enjoy meeting with friends and discuss world events – there is always a lot to discuss.
Thank you, dear Sasi, for having you here with us!
The interviews of our other colleagues and our teams are on the blog page under the category Team.