Technical Account Manager (TAM)
This is Jon, from the Tappx Tech Team. In this interview he tells us what his day to day life at work is like and what he expects from the future of the industry.
Answer: I studied for a full-stack web developer master’s degree and, after that, I started my job search. A colleague from the master who already worked in Tappx recommended me.
A: I like to read and decode systems, in this case, programmatic structures. When there is a problem, the process of investigating it is quite interesting. I also like to build and develop new systems and functionalities.
A: I think the most important are following an ordered and prebuild process, investigating the problem, or starting a new program. You also need to be open-minded to learn new ways of working, be prepared to receive constructive feedback, and accept that you can be wrong sometimes.
A: I found an error in a network that was stopping all traffic from it and another that was saturating the server of a demand partner. I also helped to develop an important project for Tappx related to discrepancy emails and solved almost all issues related to it. For my own, I developed a project related to Error SAAS, which I am quite proud of.
A: The most essential tool for me is Redmine where I can manage all the issues assigned to me, as well as those that are not assigned to anyone.
A: Increase the interactivity between cookies share policies and the user to make it easier for users to understand which personal data are they sharing. I also find contextual projects related to IA very interesting.
A: Not many emails. I usually talk with colleagues by chat or via Redmine.
A: Lay in bed for a few minutes, and go for a walk out with my dogs.
A: Buy a few properties, travel a lot, and develop projects that are not necessarily lucrative on my own.