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Interview With Eissa Pavo, Developer

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For our Computronix employee interviews, we sit down with people from all levels of our company and ask them about their jobs, and what it’s like working for Computronix.

It can be scary to start a new job at a new company. There’s often uncertainty about whether you’re going to get along with your co-workers, how much you’re going to have to learn, and all the other things that go along with the transition. When Eissa Pavo started at Computronix a year ago, she had many of those same fears and worries. It was her first time working in the IT industry, her first time coding in Python, and she admits that she felt intimidated at first. “But after the first couple of days, I felt really welcome at the company. Everyone waved and said hi, even if they didn’t know who I was!”

As her comfort level with her co-workers grew, so did her familiarity with the job. She learned how to use Python, and found that “whenever I got stuck or got confused on something I could easily turn to someone and get help.” There is also a collection of books and resources that are available for employees to peruse if they need. Eissa says she loves the coding involved in her job. She compares it to a puzzle, where you can see the end goal and all the pieces, and it’s just a matter of doing the procedure correctly, in a logical way.

At Computronix, Eissa says that she feels like part of a team in a way she never has at any other company she’s worked for. Everyone is very inclusive and welcoming, and willing to support each other. This fosters an attitude where employees “come together to help each other out and make the company better” Despite her entry-level job, she feels fulfilled because “I’m always able to make changes and make things better. Even if it’s just a small change, I’m still making a difference.”

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