VP of Engineering
— Hunger to learn new things
We always try to match our projects with what our developers and designers want to do. And since we all share a hunger to learn new things that’s been working out great so far.
While attending the HTBLA in Kaindorf (where I specialized in automation), I always also worked on personal software projects on the side – nothing major, but a website and other things here and there. That led me to
Doing all those side projects was helpful since that gave me most of the skills needed for this new job. When I started at Solutions.at there were only around five people in the office – four of them are now the partners at Parkside. In the 10+ years I worked at Parkside, we have grown in number to almost 50 people. What I really like is that we didn’t lose that small company flair – no strict hierarchies and everybody takes on responsibilities. In my current position as VP of Engineering, I manage a few projects – some of them are based in Austria, Germany or Switzerland, but my main focus is our US-based clients.
There are many reasons why I like working at Parkside; the variety of work is definitely one of them. Every project is different and a lot of them use different technologies. It’s always challenging to work with new clients and to try to understand their needs. That’s why it just never gets boring, which would be the worst for me
I have handled projects with all kinds of