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Get to know our Developer Tatiana!

When we were at LOKA brunn early 2020, we worked in groups sculpting out our main missions for the upcoming years. One of the highest ranked challenges was (and still are) to attract tech-women and to create a diverse workplace. That’s why we are extra proud that Tatiana wanted to do her journey with us. 

Welcome “back home” Tatiana!

Who is Tatiana?

I am a proud mom of two wonderful kids, a cyclist, a skier, and a passionate developer. I started my career as a telecom engineer and I actually understand how radio waves magically travel through the air. I like the art of engineering and I think coding is one of the most beautiful part of it.

What do you do at TIQQE?

I code, I like doing the right things and I like doing things right. I enjoy digging into interesting challenges and write elegant code.

What has been your first impression of TIQQE? 

I’ve been working in software consultancy for some years and I worked close to many people at TIQQE, before. So coming here was a very nice and warm experience, like coming home!

Looking out 3 to 5 years, what do you think will be the next big change in your industry?

There is always change and there is always something new. Some new is well forgotten old. Some developments are evolutionary, slow, but steady. We use new programming languages, but we are following proven coding principles and paradigms. But some things that’s happening now are completely new and fascinating. I think the next big change will very likely come from quantum computing. This technology will open completely new ways of solving problems and will allow us to do cool things that were not possible to do before.

If a kid walked up to you asking for your advice regarding anything, and you only had a few minutes to give ‘em your best tip, what would it be?

Never stop at where you’re at and never listen if someone tells you that you cannot do it! Believe in yourself! It is always better to do something and regret it than never do it and regret that! 🙂

“Enable ideas, challenge the present, never stop learning and always be nice.“