In honour of international women’s solidarity day, we decided to highlight the advantages IT ladies find in the tech industry by sharing what aspects of it ‘spark joy’ in their lives.
Tag: Career Stories
The true story of internship experience at TeleSoftas from the eyes of now Junior Android Developer Justas. From the onboarding tasks to code review, and becoming a huge part of the team.
“Not knowing is wonderful. In my opinion, a person experiences one of the greatest pleasures in life when getting knowledge,” shares Š. Putrius, CEO of TeleSoftas. In this article, Šarūnas opens up and shares how he feels in his new role as a CEO, expectations from the team, and the invisible side of the leader’s work.
Algirdas Stonys, the founder and CEO of TeleSoftas for almost 20 years, will now focus more on building relationships with existing and potential partners, investment management and company representation in social activities and initiatives. He is handing over the position of TeleSoftas CEO to his long-time colleague and the company’s CPO Šarūnas Putrius.
This blog post features the journey of senior .Net Developer Babatunde, who found his way to TeleSoftas. From getting to know the company and the culture to a huge decision to move to Abuja for a workplace that values human connection and wellbeing.
The confession of a Developer becoming a Team Lead for the Agile community of TeleSoftas. In his blog post Yannick shares his journey, what he practices and believes while leading the team.
What does it take to become a senior IT developer? What traits and knowledge to possess and polish so you can carve your way towards the seniority of IT craft?
“Actually, I didn’t know that much about Eastern Europe, and I had only visited Lithuania as a holiday destination once before. So, when I came here to live the mentality did surprise me a bit – Lithuanians are very friendly towards foreigners, although they also have a completely different, exotic, non-Western way of thinking, and it took some time for me to get to know them.”
Lithuanian Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector is growing rapidly. Companies are becoming more competitive globally, employing not only Lithuanian specialists but also attracting the attention of emigrants.
Bart Kappel decided to continue his career in Lithuania. He s is currently studying the Lithuanian language, continues to improve in the technology field and hopes to stay in Lithuania.