You always see him with a smile on his face, he never says “no” when you need help in discussing a project or a task, even if your computer is behaving crazy or the printer stops working. Yes, that’s Filip - our Salesforce senior developer from the Slovak office.
Filip started working at Bitlayer in 2012, a company that Fluido acquired in August 2014. Nowadays he works as a senior developer and contributes as a key person in many projects for Fluido’s Nordic customers - Sales Cloud and Service Cloud as well as integration projects.
“Joining Fluido I got the full understanding of Salesforce CRM, what it brings to the customers and how they can benefit of it. Furthermore, I have gained a lot of interesting information from diverse industries such as Telecommunications, Energy & Utilities and not only from a developer’s point of view.” he thinks what he learned at Fluido.
The best aspects of my job are to work with modern technologies in an international environment, having friends between colleagues and enjoying great team building activities with them. At the same time Fluido is very helpful at balancing the time between work and family. “The most challenging part of my work is jumping between many small projects at the same time and still stay focused” he continues.
Filip likes to meet new challenges not only at work but also at sports. Together with few other colleagues from Slovak office he found a new hobby in playing street & ball hockey. And during the weekends he drives close to mountains with his older daughter to enjoy skiing, the beautiful nature and to recharge his batteries for the upcoming week.
Regarding the future Filip says: “I am looking forward to face interesting challenges from coming projects, attractive customers and new technologies. And of course I would like to improve my ice-hockey skills”, he adds.
“One day I would like to invent something useful which would help people or make their work easier. But I am not sure yet what it will be. Let me surprise you!”, he answers with a furtive smile to the question about what he still would like to accomplish.
Written by Silvia Jagercikova