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Online Open Office at SmartNews

Online Open Office at SmartNews: Growth Backend Team

12:00 - 13:00 (JST)
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Welcome to the SmartNews Online Open Office series! Our goal is to provide you a deeper understanding about the various teams and people at SmartNews.

This time, we’ll be visiting with the Growth Backend Team. We’ll cover things like the technical challenges they face in their work, their experiences as engineers, and much more! We will also have a Q&A session where you can ask the things you really want to know.

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Speakers

Jeffrey Goldman

Engineering Manager

Jeff transitioned from an ALT deep in the inaka of Kyushu to a full stack web developer and has spent the past five years working at a variety of startups in Tokyo. He joined SmartNews in July as an Engineering Manager.

Tasuku Suenaga

Senior Software Engineer in Growth Backend

Wei-Cheng Pan

Software Engineer in Growth Backend

Notes

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