‘It feels like less of a job and more of a hobby’

Oliver has hit the ground running since starting with us in June.

Tell us a bit about why you wanted to become a developer…

I’ve always been into computers so it felt like a natural fit. I started learning to code using online tutorials and realised that this is what I wanted to do with my life. The combination of problem solving and building something from the ground up really hooked me in – it makes it feel like less of a job and more of a hobby.

You’ve been with us for over 4 months now, what’s your experience been like so far at TwentyTwo?

I can’t believe it’s been so long! It feels like yesterday that I was sitting in studio 15 for my interview. I can honestly say I’ve loved every minute so far – being able to put my skills to use while also learning new things on the job every day has been a dream come true.

Each project varies so much that you never have two days the same.

What do you hope to improve on moving forward?

While I primarily work on front end web development, I want to improve my back end development skills moving forwards. I’ve written a few internal projects from the ground up and I’m excited to keep building on these in the future.

Being surrounded by so many designers, I’m hoping that a bit of their creativeness rubs off on me too.

Give us a sentence that sums you up…

A music loving, guitar playing, rugby watching, code writer.

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