We talked with Vildana this week about the industry stereotype - engineers’ world as a man’s world and how she decided to become an engineer. We hope Vildana's story will inspire any strong female individual out there to pursue her dreams.
At Symphony, we take great pride in our culture and community - that’s something that we very openly communicate and emphasize on every occasion we get.
Last week we shared news regarding our collective donation of €142,000 which was made to various health initiatives and the ones who are most affected by COVID -19 in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, and North Macedonia.
The coronavirus outbreak is first and foremost a human tragedy, affecting hundreds of thousands of people. Our world is changing, each day, and it is overwhelming, for businesses, governments, families, and individuals.
As the global spread of COVID-19 continues to affect every one of us, we at Symphony are determined to take precautionary measures to support the health, well-being, and safety of our global team members and their families.
We were looking forward to connecting with our local communities in Sarajevo, Belgrade, Novi Sad & Skopje during Women’s Week and sharing our knowledge and experience.
We hope that all of you are doing more than amazing. We are back with some updates from our communities in Sarajevo, Belgrade and Novi Sad.
Have you heard about Adnan? In case you haven't, let us introduce him - Adnan is a QA Automation Engineer working at our Sarajevo office after joining us this year.
This week we had an opportunity to grab some time to sit down with Marija, a software engineer working at our Belgrade hub.
As a relatively new term, it is not surprising that there is confusion and abstraction about the role and purpose of DevOps.
Welcome to Seven Questions With..., a short series dedicated to our employees and their magnificent characters.