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Employees introduce themselves
The technical challenges, the variety, the international work environment, and, the contact with customers and partners in particular, make the job exciting and interesting.
I studied computer science at the University of Würzburg. Our sales engineering team also includes people from other German and international universities. Most of us have a background in computer science, electrical engineering or related fields. In my opinion, my job is interesting for starters as well as people with professional experience.
Dr. Nieke Aerts
In terms of traveling and freedom of choosing your own office hours, the R&D consultants are somewhat between the SEs and the developers. In my opinion it is a luxury to be able to go to different places and meet for research work or project meetings. It is fun to be somewhat in between university and industry.
I studied mathematics and did my doctorate and even though this is not the average background at Infosim, I do really feel at home here.
Most of my tasks are adaptions and extensions to our product StableNet®. Some of them are based on customer requests, but most are dictated by our own roadmap. Our development is working with agile methods. For the bigger changes we often work in teams, the smaller changes are done by one person, but of course afterwards the code is reviewed.
I studied computer science at the University of Würzburg as did many others in my team. However, we also have colleagues from other universities or colleges and colleagues with a different background than computer science.
Software Support Engineer
Before I started at Infosim® I did an apprenticeship as IT-Specialist and joined Infosim® for several projects.
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