As a part of our special Klika Service Awards program, Klika decided to devote this blog space to our colleagues who reached five or more years of working at Klika during this quarter of the year. By sharing their experience and stories of their career path, members of our team celebrating the 5 year milestone encourage and motivate young engineers at Klika, but also in the IT industry in general.
Today we are presenting you Emina Muharemović, our Technical Team Lead and a member of our team for the last 5 years.
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Dear Emina, we are happy to celebrate this milestone with you!
You’ve been growing with Klika for five years and we are looking forward to your future milestones and achievements!
Let’s start with a simple question! Which project are you working on and what is your current role?
I have been a part of the Klika team since April 2016. That's more than five years already. Currently, I'm working on Klika’s digital payments project as the Technical Team Lead.
Tell us more about your career path at Klika. Have your roles and projects changed during the time?
I can definitely say that my career path started at Klika. For the first 4 years, I worked on a large-scale IoT project as a Web Developer. I started out as a Junior Web Developer, and after a certain period, I was the only developer on CSP responsible for bringing the frontend up to date with the latest technologies. Now, I'm the Technical Team Lead on a digital payments project.
What do you like the most about Klika? What makes Klika special and motivates you to keep riding the waves?
Klika has a special culture. It provides a lot of opportunities for our personal growth, and the company cares about every individual employee.
What do you consider your biggest accomplishment during the period you spent at Klika?
I think the time when I was the only developer on the frontend rewrite project. The app was written in an old version of Ember framework that was difficult to maintain. I successfully planned the rewrite, as well as the initial setup for code structure and continuous integration. I did the rewrite with Angular.
What’s your favorite memory from the time you spent at Klika so far?
If I need to choose just one that would be the team building in Ajdinovići. That was my first team building with this crew, and it has a special meaning for me.
How do you see yourself at Klika in the next five years? What’s your future vision of Klika?
I hope to continue improving my technical and soft skills, and eventually switch to an architectural role.
What is a piece of advice that you would like to share with people who are just getting started their career at Klika?
Do your best and it will always pay off. The more you give, the more you will receive back. It sounds cliché, but it is definitely true.