In this interview Jenny tells us what she most likes about her job as a Full Stack Developer
I am excited to be part of Cosuno and I learned a lot over the past month. During that period I met a lot of amazing people and was introduced to the business flow and details. I had the chance to implement my first features and architecture designs and got involved in many interesting topics. I was happy to spend most of my time coding with an emphasis on efficiency and good test coverage.
During the years I worked in different companies, teams and I have used multiple tech-stacks. That includes building websites, implementing eCommerce shops features in the Salesforce ecosystem, and MERN stack development. What I mostly like about my job is creating software that makes people's lives easier. In the past, I worked mainly in bigger companies and for me joining an early-stage startup sounded like a great opportunity. When Cosuno was first introduced to me I was excited to learn more about a disruptive company with a good expansion plan. I am happy that I joined a hard-working team sharing the same goal - to make the best product on the market.
Every start has its own challenges. I had to process a lot of information and get familiar with the product’s codebase. I started in a brand new team where I took part in establishing working processes and got to contribute ideas based on my prior experience. But I love challenges and I am enjoying my start at Cosuno (life is boring without challenges, right?).
No, unfortunately, we couldn’t meet in person. However, I really liked the remote onboarding sessions and found them very efficient. Also, we have virtual daily team meetings so I always have the chance to talk with my teammates. I have experience working remotely so it wasn’t something new to me. But I will be really happy to meet my colleagues in person once the COVID situation gets better.
I was definitely impressed by Prague’s old town architecture and beer, Amsterdam’s canals and flowers, Eiffel Tower, Neuschwanstein Castle, and many more. I believe every single country has many impressive things to offer so I don’t think I would ever have a favorite :).