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A Day in the Life

Daniella Korossy

Project Manager, Budapest, Hungary

What do you love about working at EPAM?

I love the learning experience.

There are various projects at EPAM that allow you to learn about software development on a very high level. In my opinion, it is essential to know how huge projects are built and managed with brand new technoloiges and several people from various locations. As this is a continous challenge for EPAM, we apply state-of-the-art methodologies. I participate regularly at meetups outside of the company. It’s clear that we have great solutions for problems that other companies are struggling with. 

What is one of the most interesting tasks/projects you’ve worked on at EPAM?

We have a lot of internal professional communities where we organize internal and sometimes external meetups, presentations, and knowledge-sharing events. One of my most interesting projects was when I started to build the blockchain community for EPAM Hungary.

What advice would you give to people thinking about applying to work at EPAM?

Talk with as many people as you can, so you can learn about new opportunities.

What opportunities have you had at EPAM that you may not have had elsewhere?

I was hired as a software developer and now I work as a project manager. It was a long journey, but I had the chance to prove that I can do more. 

What’s the best thing about working at EPAM?

In the last almost two years, I worked on three projects and I met a lot of people. The fast-paced environment is interesting and very challenging and I never have time to get bored. I have been trying to use every resource available.

"It’s clear that EPAM has great solutions for problems that other companies are struggling with."

A day in the life