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Why did you want to join Lumera?
As I was nearing graduation from the Royal Institute of Technology, I became interested in system development and programming. When I came into contact with Lumera, I felt that there were a lot of competent people there who could help me develop. I also got the impression that there would be great opportunities to control when and how I work, which would give me great freedom.
What's the best thing about working at Lumera?
Developers at Lumera not only face the challenge of solving problems, but also of finding general solutions that will last for many years to come. This challenge makes my job much more interesting and allows me to develop the areas I want to improve in. Also, I love the freedom we are given and that the teams themselves decide over their work methods and routines.
What is your work day like at Lumera?
I usually get to the office at around 9 am and start by reading e-mails and getting an overview of what the day holds and what tasks need to be prioritized. At 10 am, my team has a daily meeting in which everyone has the opportunity to go through what they are working on that day. Hopefully, it's a fun and challenging programming task. My team is responsible for several major areas in our system, and the nature of our tasks can vary greatly depending on which domain you are currently working in.
What is the most developmental aspect of your job?
What develops me most is to constantly be forced to think in terms of "clean code" so that the system will continue to work in the future. It's more time-consuming, but is generally what you need to do to feel proud of your solution.
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