How has Worldline helped you develop and grow professionally?
Through internship opportunities, I was able to work alongside a team at Worldline and learn about their agile ways of working while working on a project to help customers integrate with their service. The company provided me with strong mentorship from principals and lead engineers, who have been invaluable in feeding my curiosity for best practices and recommending extra reading material such as 'The Phoenix Project' and 'A Philosophy of Software Design'. From early on, I have been included in architecture review boards to gain a deeper understanding of the way we at Worldline make big-picture decisions and where our projects are heading shortly. Finally, I have been allowed to step up as a lead engineer on one of our microservices teams, playing a key role in onboarding and upskilling new team members while driving best practices in process and software design.
What have you learned at Worldline?
At Worldline, I have learned how to work on large-scale software projects and collaborate effectively with cross-functional teams. I have also gained a deeper understanding of the importance of software testing and quality assurance and the need for strong project management skills to ensure that projects are delivered on time and within budget.
What drives you at work?
What drives me at work is the opportunity to solve complex problems and create innovative solutions that make a real difference in people's lives. I enjoy the challenge of working on new projects and technologies, and I find it incredibly rewarding to see the positive impact that my work can have on the world around us.
What is the culture and the people like at Worldline?
The culture at Worldline is one of excellence, innovation, cooperation, and empowerment. People are encouraged to share ideas and collaborate with colleagues across teams and locations. There is a strong emphasis on work-life balance and employee well-being, with programs and initiatives that support health and wellness, professional development, and community involvement.