I work in the Alta Via development team as a SuiteScript developer. I am responsible for creating, maintaining and updating scripts for a large variety of our clients. Whenever a client needs a new interface, custom report, or a new tool with a custom UI, I’m sure I can help with that.
I have a bachelor’s degree in computer science, with a specialization in graphic design. Right after school, I started working for a local multi-brand company, where I was responsible for product photography, web store development, SEO, DTP and Digital graphic designs. After a few years, I started to feel more and more interested in focusing on development, when a friend of mine suggested applying for a developer’s position at the company he worked for at the time. This gave me a great opportunity to expand my skill set and acquire hands-on experience with multiple technologies as a full-stack developer.
After almost six years I decided to move on and find a technology I wanted to specialize in. I decided on SuiteScript as it coincided with my tech stack. The technology seemed interesting, gaining more and more popularity and the language itself is continuously being developed.
Since my adventure with NetSuite began in Alta Via, I was very lucky to find such an experienced group of people, with team members that didn’t mind guiding me as I took my first steps in this technology. Even though I work 400 km from the main office I was able to make instant connections with the Team – a very diverse group of people. I really like the great energy and open environment, the transparency within the company, and the cool quarterly meetings.
After about a year now, I know that I made the right decision: Working in Alta Via allows me to take on new challenges, tackle interesting projects, and learn from experienced and knowledgeable experts in a very open and friendly environment.
Maybe not everyone knows – but in my free time, I like to focus on my hobby of designing and printing 3D objects & tools, which I then use at home…
Author: Adrian Reszka