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Talent Speak Series: Sandy, Junior Frontend Developer

Hello everyone! I'm Sandy Arfian Mubaroq, a recent graduate in Electrical Engineering from Yogyakarta State University. Now I work as a junior front-end developer. I was interested in coding during my first semester on campus. Coding showed me how a simple line of code can be transformed into something powerful, like creating websites or applications that help people. This fascination has motivated me to explore this field further. Beyond coding, I find joy in the simple pleasures of life, like hanging out with friends outdoors or going for a jog to stay active.

As a junior front-end developer, I add and implement user interface components as part of building websites to ensure an intuitive and satisfying user experience. The challenges in this role are maintaining clean code practices and staying updated with recent technology. Despite these challenges, each challenge serves as a learning opportunity.

Choosing Kitameraki wasn't just a job decision; it was a commitment to ongoing exploration, enriching my understanding, and elevating my skills. At Kitameraki, we understand that the name is a fusion of two meaningful words. "Kita" is the Indonesian word for we, emphasizing unity, while "Meraki" is a Greek term signifying the act of doing something with soul, creativity, or love. This philosophy resonates with my approach to work, where I always strive to contribute with passion and creativity, whether in a team or in each of my jobs. As a junior front-end developer, the role demands not only technical prowess but also a genuine passion for learning, essential in the ever-evolving tech landscape. In the face of rapid technological advancements, the eagerness to consistently grow and develop remains paramount.

Talent Speak Series: Sandy, Junior Frontend Developer
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