Published on: 02 Oct 13:30
I’m from Schleswig-Holstein and did an apprenticeship in information electronics. Afterwards, I was building mobile base stations throughout Germany, sometimes working more than 60h per week without being paid for overtime.So I saved some money, moved to Hamburg and decided to enter a higher education. I catched up on doing my advanced technical college certificate for being allowed to study. Now I’m studying Applied Information Technology.
I’m looking for new freelancers for doing jobs that our community cannot fill. When I found a new candidate, I let him do a coding challenge for checking his knowledge. I’m also responsible for technical issues within the team.
As a student I have to attend at lectures frequently, that’s why I’m in Hamburg most of the time. I have some fish tanks with prawns which also survive if I make a longer journey.
As a startup, we’re still in the process of development and everybody can provide proposals for improvement. We live from the freelancer’s feedback. Before working for Glolent, I was employed by a custom service provider where the structures of the work process had been made in the 90s. Since than, there hasn’t been any improvement which made the work ineffective. It was very frustrating to work badly the whole day without being able to do anything about it.
I know some informaticians who are dissatisfied with their 40h job. But they stay employees and only change the company instead of thinking about becoming independent. I try to motivate them for daring to take this step.
teamviewer, spotify, golem.de
café, university or video conferences from home office
Bosnia-Herzegowina and Estonia
ruby on rails for being able to improve our homepage