While studying software engineering in the Netherlands, I applied for an internship position at Sense. I always wanted to develop software that solves problems in the human context, rather than book keeping software. Sense has exactly these kinds of projects.
Back then, Sense had a lot of pilot projects and was full of sensory hardware and gadgets. I had no idea what they were or what they did, but it made me excited.
It weren’t just the gadgets that fascinated me about this small tech company. As a junior developer, there are two very important things that I wish to have at work: Smart colleagues whom I can learn from and interesting projects that I can stay excited about. Fortunately Sense has both of them.
Working at Sense means that you will get a lot of freedom and responsibility. For instance, right after the internship I started as a full time developer and after a few months I already became responsible for the iOS sensing platform. How awesome is that? I believe that this is a great environment to keep developing myself.
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