As a Cloud Solutions Engineer, I get to communicate with our clients and help design and implement cloud-based solutions based on their requirements. Projects will often involve cloud migration and/or transformation, as well as ops automation.
I was told there would be chicken wings. More importantly however, I was thoroughly impressed by the caliber and talent of the team of engineers who interviewed me. They really pushed the limits of my technical knowledge and solidified my impression that RightBrain is the kind of company where I could grow rapidly as a technical professional.
I wanted to be an astronomer. Aside from studying space, I really liked the idea of getting to stay up very late at night.
Variety. Being able to work on different projects every 1-3 months can be challenging, but it’s also very rewarding and allows me to grow more quickly through experience than I ever thought possible.
Definitely the people. Collaboration is something that seems to come naturally in this office, you never hear the words “not my job.”
Whiskers. ‘Cause I’m curious like a cat.
In a not so distant alternate timeline, I could see myself having a strong interest in Digital Marketing and Social Media Management. That would put Amy in the cross-hairs for this question.
Start learning and start communicating, then don’t stop. This field is constantly evolving with new technologies emerging. Being able to understand and utilize those technologies is half the battle, the other half is talking about them.
By leaps and bounds. The technologies I’m exposed to in 1-3 months of project work here are easily worth triple that time at other workplaces. You’re drinking from a firehose at RBN. Furthermore, the financial support and time occasionally allotted for certification training is a very generous benefit.
I’d probably be doing odd-jobs over the internet to sustain myself while trying to get an ecommerce business off the ground – possibly one that sells custom golf club head-covers. That, or a professional video game reviewer.
Tall, Human, Not-Robot.
An old-school James Bond film starring Charlie Chaplin, titled “Silent, But Deadly.”
I like to see how many bananas I can eat in a day. My record is 3.
One infinitely long spaghetti noodle. Probably with bolognese.
I can grow hair at an alarmingly fast rate. Most people don’t consider that a talent, and almost nobody considers it hidden.
An antelope. Because much like the antelope, I too have a strong distaste for being eaten by lions.
“Welcome to Flavortown,” “This is what peak performance looks like,” and “Worst case Ontario.”
Gas station attendant. That’s what we were called in Canada anyway. Gas jockey, is that the correct term here?
I know you’ve got a lot of virtual worlds still left to conquer, but if you can spare the time to convince the folks to mortgage everything and buy some AAPL, that would really bode well for future Djukic family.
There’s Just Nothing Better Than a Beard – by The Beards