Bozhidar reflects on his first experience with Imago and how he put long forgotten video game hosting skills to good use in a project to move a famous agile coaching game online.
Working with clients is challenging but the rewards of delighting your client by developing software that really delivers on their needs make it worthwhile. Ingy reflects on her Imago summer project experience and draws some lessons for working with non-technical clients.
It is widely acknowledged that an internship empowers students to gain the skills and experience that they need to get started with their careers later on. It can also provide students with real working experience, letting students know if their aspirations match the job reality. Why Imago can provide students with real-world experience? Imago is […]
COVID-19. Need I say more? It’s totally changed how people work and will affect how workplaces operate for years to come. This article discusses how we, the Supergen team, worked together despite never meeting in person and being spread across different timezones. In order to function well as a team, all members should get along […]
In a post written shortly before the summer projects ended, Jang asks our student employees about their personal working environments.
How does working for a student software company compare with working for a tech giant? Natalia has experienced both. She compares life as a developer at Amazon with her work for Imago this summer.
Jang Belche, business analyst with our Supergen team, describes his experiences of working from home for the first time. While he concedes a few negatives, Jang gives his home-office working patterns a big thumbs up.