Mechanical Engineering

Jesper Dahlgren – System developer

Hello Jesper, can you tell us a bit about yourself?

I’m a system/full stack developer, meaning that I can build solutions from scratch, including user interface, server and data storage. I’m not afraid to try or learn new things if I think it might benefit the task. Before coming to work for Avalon, I worked as a full stack developer at Prevas, having started with them while I was still at university.

How did you end up working for Avalon?

What made me want to join Avalon was working on a project with two Avaloners who told me what working for the company was like. They told me about the feeling of cohesion at the company, which made me curious to find out more. It felt particularly exciting too because I was to be one of the first to work with software development at the Helsingborg office, and a part of launching this area of expertise in this location. Our CEO works out of the same office as me, and I love how involved she is with my work and how much I enjoy working here.

What is your biggest motivator at work?

Improving existing solutions and finding new opportunities that create value.

How would you describe our corporate culture?

I feel that we’re a very close-knit team at each individual office, and that the entire company is characterised by transparency. Avalon also has a great mix of dedicated people, both young new additions such as myself and others who have many years’ worth of experience and are happy to share their knowledge. My business developer and I have a really good relationship and he listens to my ideas on how to develop areas of expertise here at Avalon, and of course also on how I can develop personally. Avalon gives me a lot of opportunities that I don’t think I would have been given at other companies.

Do you have any tips for recent graduates who are applying for their first job?

I think it’s important that you spend time developing or designing something in your spare time as this signals passion and showcases your skills and potential. I have yet to meet anyone who looks at this as something negative. It’s 100% positive.

Mechanical Engineering

Jesper Dahlgren – System developer

Hello Jesper, can you tell us a bit about yourself?

I’m a system/full stack developer, meaning that I can build solutions from scratch, including user interface, server and data storage. I’m not afraid to try or learn new things if I think it might benefit the task. Before coming to work for Avalon, I worked as a full stack developer at Prevas, having started with them while I was still at university.

How did you end up working for Avalon?

What made me want to join Avalon was working on a project with two Avaloners who told me what working for the company was like. They told me about the feeling of cohesion at the company, which made me curious to find out more. It felt particularly exciting too because I was to be one of the first to work with software development at the Helsingborg office, and a part of launching this area of expertise in this location. Our CEO works out of the same office as me, and I love how involved she is with my work and how much I enjoy working here.

What is your biggest motivator at work?

Improving existing solutions and finding new opportunities that create value.

How would you describe our corporate culture?

I feel that we’re a very close-knit team at each individual office, and that the entire company is characterised by transparency. Avalon also has a great mix of dedicated people, both young new additions such as myself and others who have many years’ worth of experience and are happy to share their knowledge. My business developer and I have a really good relationship and he listens to my ideas on how to develop areas of expertise here at Avalon, and of course also on how I can develop personally. Avalon gives me a lot of opportunities that I don’t think I would have been given at other companies.

Do you have any tips for recent graduates who are applying for their first job?

I think it’s important that you spend time developing or designing something in your spare time as this signals passion and showcases your skills and potential. I have yet to meet anyone who looks at this as something negative. It’s 100% positive.

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