I always start my day with the same ritual: I get dressed, go outside – regardless of wind and weather – and walk around the block. This way, I simulate the way to work. Only afterwards am I fresh and ready for the home office, where I sit down at my large wooden table in the living room, surrounded by windows, with a view of the outside. Light and a view of the outside world – that's what my ideal workplace looks like.
Above all, it's the varied and exciting projects that appeal to me – and one thing I want to emphasise: The projects at Trivadis are definitely more interesting than average!
Ironically though, I came to computer science because I agreed to sit in the darkest corner. I started my career as a machine draughtswoman, at that time still a profession where everything was done by hand. At least until my then boss decided to try out "this new CAD" – and I couldn't resist being the first in the office to get to grips with it. I exchanged my nice, luminous workplace for the dark corner with the new computer – and there, the bright fire for software was kindled.
After further training, a trip around the world and various job changes, I arrived at Trivadis – now a veteran in the software industry. For me, there is no such thing as a run-off-the-mill working day. I develop ideas for various customer projects, create mockups, work closely with the team and with expert colleagues, act as quality gate and much more. Above all, it's the varied and exciting projects that appeal to me – and one thing I want to emphasise: The projects at Trivadis are definitely more interesting than average!
I would describe our culture as open, innovative and courageous. Suits me pretty well. And maybe you too?
Off the computer, I am something of a hobby athlete, if you can call it that. I'm a triathlete, Olympic distance with an ambition for more, and now I even have a swimming coach. My bike finds itself right here in the living room. I'm also up for all kinds of curious sporting challenges. Recently I was asked: "What about walking 100 kilometres in stages this weekend?" Sure, let's do it!
In my job, I am of a similar mind and fortunately this also fits with my environment. New ideas are not simply nodded away in a friendly manner but are actually tried out. I would describe our culture as open, innovative and courageous. Suits me pretty well. And maybe you too?
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