This week our blog is featuring developer, Anton Aleynikov! Check out below to learn more about Anton and what he's up to in and out of Springthrough!
How long have you been working for Springthrough?
I’ve been working full time for about a year and 2 months now.
Tell us something your teammates don’t know about you.
I’m not very good at dancing.
What is the most interesting job you’ve ever had that was not IT/ Software development related?
I had to translate a court case into Russian when I was in high school, and that was a pretty interesting task.
How did you get into IT/ Software development?
I started it as a hobby when I was in High School, then stopped a couple years later, and started programming again when I enrolled into the Computer Science major at WMU.
What is your favorite local restaurant / bar?
I like the Vander Mill off of Michigan St.
What’s the best advice you’ve ever received?
Don’t put off until tomorrow something you can get done today.
What is the best place you’ve ever traveled to?
The city that I like the most out of the ones I’ve visited is probably Moscow.
What is the (technology, architecture, or tech stack) that you like to use the most and why?
I like the .NET stack because that’s what I’m most familiar with and it’s used in most of our projects.
What is your favorite Springthrough memory?
Viewing the solar eclipse on the roof of our building with the whole team was really cool.