This month we are introducing David Kmet, a Technical Lead who has been part of our team since 2011. David has always been an industrious team member but his friendly demeanor lights up our office. Read on to learn more about David and the work he does with us!
Each month, through our Inside Indellient initiative you will be introduced to one of our team members. As a Professional IT Service company, our services are only as good as our experts who deliver them.
Tell us more about what you do at Indellient:
“These days I primarily work on a project for one of our larger clients doing Technical Lead work on a tool to manage the lifecycle of their contracts. It’s a development project to create a cloud-hosted webtool using Angular, Java, Kubernetes, and DB2 on the Cloud. For it I do front-end and back-end development, provide code reviews and guidance for the other developers on the project, gather requirements, help troubleshoot issues, and help ensure that best practices are followed so that we can provide a quality product to our client.
That said, over the years I have worked on so many things that it’s not unusual for me to consult on old projects, provide Cognos (Reporting and Framework) support, help with database problem, fix an ETL issue, or just sit down with people who need to work through something.
My Production Engineer job I just started. So still learning that one.”
What is your favourite part about working at Indellient:
“Definitely the people. I like the culture, the openness, and how easy it is to get along with everyone. I’ve made a number of friends here over the years and I think one of the hardest things to get used to was that occasionally, they leave.”
What advice would you give to someone applying at Indellient?
“Projects change, technologies change, and it’s not unusual for goals to change. Try to be ready for that by being willing to explore new options, develop new skills, and reassess where things are going.
That said, we get a lot of business from clients because of the quality of service we provide. Basics like good analysis skills, attention to detail, and a willingness to listen and understand your client’s needs go a long way. At the end of the day, it’s about how happy the customer is with the work you provided.”
Tell us an interesting fact about yourself!
“I once completed work that was estimated for someone else to complete in about 3 days in about 2 hours.”
What is the last show you binge-watched?
“That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime (Anime)”