An in­ter­view with

Pa­trick Sai­ler | Ju­ni­or Soft­ware De­ve­lo­per

“Every gre­at and deep dif­fi­cul­ty be­ars in its­elf its own so­lu­ti­on. It forces us to ch­an­ge our thin­king in or­der to find it.“

– Niels Bohr

1) What is your role at Plas­mi­on?
I have been working as a soft­ware de­ve­lo­per at Plas­mi­on sin­ce Ja­nu­ary 2023. My re­spon­si­bi­li­ties in­clude de­ve­lo­ping new soft­ware, op­ti­mi­zing the exis­ting one, ad­dres­sing bugs, and as­sis­ting with hard­ware-re­la­ted is­sues.

2) What skills are par­ti­cu­lar­ly va­luable for your work at Plas­mi­on?
In my po­si­ti­on, the abili­ty to quick­ly find so­lu­ti­ons and ad­apt to new pro­gramming sys­tems and con­cepts is vi­tal. Crea­ti­vi­ty plays a si­gni­fi­cant role, espe­ci­al­ly when it co­mes to soft­ware de­sign.

3) What do you va­lue most about working at Plas­mi­on?
I high­ly app­re­cia­te the clo­se col­la­bo­ra­ti­on bet­ween va­rious de­part­ments and the ex­cel­lent on­boar­ding pro­cess for new em­ployees. At Plas­mi­on, you quick­ly be­co­me ac­quain­ted with your col­le­agues and the com­pa­ny cul­tu­re. It’s re­mar­kab­le how ever­yo­ne makes an ef­fort to get to know new team mem­bers wi­thin a few weeks. Mo­reo­ver, I par­ti­cu­lar­ly va­lue the open­ness, ac­cep­tance, un­der­stan­ding, and ef­fec­ti­ve com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on among all Plas­mi­on em­ployees.