Reflections after 1 month of Working at Volvo Cars

1. On the road workstations

On the rode workstations, patent pending

Did I mention that all the on the road workstations are fully electric?

2. Drive your code

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  1. Having worked with Robotics, I knew that the integration between hardware and software is a source of stagnation that slows down everything and creates lots of room for “breathing”.
  2. Having worked with health care, I knew how the high impact of the risk can scare away any feature development that remotely smells like a threat to patient safety.

If it ain’t broken, don’t fix it!

Conclusion

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Sr. Staff Engineer @volvocars, Knowledge Worker, MSc Systems Engineering, Tech Lead, Web Developer

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Sr. Staff Engineer @volvocars, Knowledge Worker, MSc Systems Engineering, Tech Lead, Web Developer

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