To Start-Up or Not To Start-Up

May 10, 2012

Members of the TellApart team profiled about working at a start-up

Three of our engineers – Trevor Reid, Sophia Cui, and Jian Wei Gan are profiled in the Spring 2012 issue of Threads – the newsletter of the Duke University Department for Computer Science. In the article they share why they enjoy working at a start-up including that:

“the work is engaging — with a chance to focus more on
writing software than attending numerous meetings — and
the learning is constant”

Now is a great time to consider working at a start-up for a variety of reasons and we are certainly glad that these software engineers felt that way. This trio are currently among the youngest employees at TellApart but each has a significant impact on the engineering team – and on both the performance and culture of the company as a whole.