These six Women Forged Successful Careers at Austat Tech — Here’s how #Austin_ViewAugust 17, 2019
You don’t always have to have a tech background to work in tech, and these women prove it.
As part of the tech startup community and a VP at Atmosphere, I love helping other companies who reach out and ask our team to vet out new products.
What I love most about my career in tech is that I have the opportunity to break into a business that has yet to feel tech’s impact.
I realized I love problem solving with coding, from iterating and experimenting with solutions, to finessing and mastering the skill.
It’s quite serendipitous how it all worked out.
Solving problems, constantly learning new things and growing my skill set makes me light up every day.
As a quality assurance engineer at LeanDNA, I love helping to craft a new feature for the software, finding new ways for our customers to solve their problems, and ensuring it’s the best it can be before we release it.
Tina Cancino’s career into tech wasn’t easy, but thanks to her persistence and passion for problem solving, she’s made her way.
It’s the role of a project manager and business systems analyst where I leverage my technical skills to solution and implement a variety of different strategic solutions.
The most fulfilling aspect of working in tech is the desire to solve problems.
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