What Was Your First Impression Of The Company?
A dynamic, united and welcoming team. From the very first day, I felt like an integral part of DeepStream Technologies.
In One Sentence, What’s Your Job Right Now?
I mostly write code to automate DeepStream Tech full End-to-End QA tests.
What Does Your Typical Day Look Like?
It all starts with a quick breakfast and a morning run to the University of Warwick (Yes, I’m still studying).
Then I spend my day in the library (what an exciting life!). In the morning, I’m an Electrical and Electronic Engineering student. I work on my university assignments and volunteering project. This term, I took a module related to my job at DeepStream: Systems and Software Engineering Principles. The approaches to systems modelling are based on systems thinking perspectives. Modelling customer and system requirements leads to more traceability and hence a user-friendly/ easily testable web-application.
In the evening, I’m a Software Engineer! I work for DeepStream. If I need to attend a meeting or discuss deeply about an issue with the team, I switch the order.
During my daily break, if I’m not in Warwick Arts Centre playing piano, I’m training with the Warwick Thai boxing Team.
What Music Do You Listen To When You Work?
A lot of classical music. I particularly listen to Chopin and Liszt nowadays. I also enjoy listening to Lo-Fi Beats, Jazz and Deep House whilst I am working.
What’s The Best Thing About Working At DeepStream?
Every week working at DeepStream is worth a month working at university (at least!). DeepStream opened my eyes to the fascinating and mysterious world of Start-ups. But I have to say… the best thing is the free cookies in the office!
What Are You Currently Reading Or Watching?
“Live! Live the wonderful life that is in you! Let nothing be lost upon you. Be always searching for new sensations. Be afraid of nothing.”
― Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray
What’s Your Favourite Place In London?
I don’t have a favourite place. I like to get lost in the streets and parks of London. You’ll always find a good surprise.