#InsideAT - Our new Senior Data Engineer Samir Wafa

von | 25 May 2018 | #InsideAT

Even today, in our #InsideAT Series again introduces a new member of staff. With Samir Wafa we welcome a new Senior Data Engineer at the Munich location. In the interview, you can find out what Samir did before, what was the last book he read and what he would get up in the middle of the night for.

1. what position do you take on at AT?

I take over the position "Senior Data Engineer" at AT.

2. how did you become aware of AT?

Through joint projects with "digatus Software GmbH".

3. why did you choose AT?

 I chose AT because I am very enthusiastic about everything the company has achieved so far and because I think the colleagues are great.

What are you looking forward to the most?

Here's to new exciting challenges and Projects.

5. what did you do before?

Before that I was the "Lead Software Architect" at "digatus Software GmbH".

Where were you born and raised?

I was born and grew in Cairo, Egypt.

7. what do you do in your free time?

 Playing football and reading.

8. what is your favourite film / series?

My favourite film is "Pulp Fiction

Which was the last book you read?

"Norwegian Wood was the last book I read.

10. what would you get up for in the middle of the night?

To solve a "coding" problem when I think of the solution in the middle of the night.

Samir, thank you very much for the interview and welcome to the AT Team!




[note size="big"]Are you interested in working as a data engineer? Then definitely take a look at our current job postings[/note].
Job openings


<a href="https://www.alexanderthamm.com/en/blog/author/michaela/" target="_self">Michaela Tiedemann</a>

Michaela Tiedemann

Michaela Tiedemann has been part of the Alexander Thamm GmbH team since the early start-up days. She has actively shaped the development from a fast-moving, spontaneous start-up to a successful company. With the founding of her own family, a whole new chapter began for Michaela Tiedemann at the same time. Hanging up her job, however, was out of the question for the new mother. Instead, she developed a strategy to reconcile her job as Chief Marketing Officer with her role as a mother.