Hi!! I'm Yuki Omoto on the GA MAG. editorial team.
This time, I would like to describe my talk about GA's future with a few members from foreign countries.
GA technologies Inc. is a company with ambitions to be an international company. To feel a burning need for it, we discussed GA's future with international employees.
Can you introduce yourself and your career?
I'm Aaron Bramson, a research scientist in the field of complex systems. I earned a Ph.D. from the University of Michigan in Philosophy and Political Science as well as an M.S. in Mathematics from Northeastern University. After graduating I worked as the president of my own consulting company until becoming a Research Scientist at Riken's Brain Science Institute. I worked there for four years before joining GA technologies.
I'm Noor Mohammad, a Mobile Application Developer from Bangladesh. I studied Computer Science and Engineering in a well known University named Shahjalal University of Science and Technology. After graduation I started my career at a Japan based company in Bangladesh. While working in Bangladesh I was invited to come Japan for on-site working. That was the first time I came Japan. I stayed Japan for 3 months. I loved this country from that moment. After one year I came to Japan as full time employee at TIAM. Inc. Before joining GA technologies I worked almost 3.5 years at my previous company.
I am Shiam Shabbir, born in Bangladesh. I've worked as an engineer for about 5 years in the software industries. I earned B.Sc in Computer Science and Engineering from a well known institute named Shahjalal University of Science and Technology in Bangladesh. After graduating, I started working for various software companies in my country. Samsung R&D Institute in Bangladesh was the biggest company among the ones I've worked for. Currently I am working at GA technologies as an Android engineer in the Service Development Division.
Thanks. What's your incentive to come to GA?
I first came to Japan 20 years ago to study Japanese as a college student. After that I returned several times to Japan, and I started my own fashion company specializing in the world's best shoes, jika-tabi. More immediately, due to management instability at Riken I decided to leave, but I still wanted to live in Japan. I interviewed at several companies, but their culture and workflow were not a good match for me. I joined GA because the research seemed interesting and the company culture, especially the quick decision making and flexibility, appealed to me.
True. I also fell in love with the company culture which is the quick decision making and flexibility. How about Noor-san?
I had worked for client-base application for a long time. I want to work on a service-based long running project. GA technologies' vision fascinated me. As a mobile developer I can work here on service based applications. So I joined GA technologies.
To the world!! Talking about GA's future with international GA members