Get to Know Our Team: Tyler
Team Resilience keeps on growing and growing. As you might've read from the previous posts, we started with introducing our amazing team members. This time we asked Tyler, one of our amazing developers and graduate of our Outsystems Academy!
You’re a fairly new addition to the crayon box that is called Team Resilience. What colour would you be and why?
I think I would be orange. The colours red and yellow describe me best, and mixing those two creates the colour orange. I chose red mostly because I have red hair, but also because red expresses strength, energy and passion. Yellow stands for being optimistic and creative.
What are you known for in the office? (e.g. lame jokes, always on time etc.) Please give an example as well
I am known in the office for making references to comedians like Ronald Goedemondt and Daniel Arends. I can always find a way to include a nice quote that describes the situation.
What’s the coolest thing you’re working on right now?
I just started on a project for WoningNet. We are going to make an app which is going to be used by more than a million people. They currently don’t have a mobile application so it will be a huge improvement for their customers. Because this is a mobile project, a lot of cool things can be done with local storage and synchronization.
The biggest challenge I’ve encountered is to experience the dynamics of a team you are working in, and act upon this dynamic.
What is the biggest challenge you’ve encountered so far?
The biggest challenge I’ve encountered is to experience the dynamics of a team you are working in, and act upon this dynamic. Every team has a different approach in working and therefore you have to observe and investigate how you can fit in and contribute in an efficient way.
What are you currently watching on Netflix?
I just discovered Rick and Morty (yes, I am very late with this discovery). I love the show because there is so much going on in this show and I admire the creativity of the writers and producers as each episode is unique, weird and creative on its own.