Interview with Cocone Employee #4! Server Development: Mr. Wakamiya
※This article is machine translated.
Hello, this is Haru, a recruiting and public relations intern!
It is getting ridiculously cold as we approach the end of the year!
The season for typos to increase due to the stumpy fingers tapping on the keyboard has come again this year. ……
Despite the harsh cold and the muddy waters of typos, this is the fourth in a series of interviews with Cocone employees!
The person interviewed this time was Ms. Wakamiya, a server engineer~!
What kind of work do you currently do?
I am in charge of server development for Pokecolo.
You joined Cocone when NHN Hangame Corporation (now cocone fukuoka) became a subsidiary of Cocone.
In a word: “This is no ordinary company. “……
I was surprised to find that the people working there and the atmosphere and mindset of Coconemind are far removed from the rigid image of a typical company.
*Coconomy Mind: The vocation “Empowering everyone to invent themselves in our boundless world.. This is a verbalization of the “Coconemind” that has been created to date, with “sensibility” at the core of the calling.
Reference: Cocone’s “ ” andCocone’s ” Styles and Systems
Please tell us about each of the most rewarding and difficult aspects of your job!
I have always had a strong desire to help people, and I feel that this is what makes my job worthwhile.
Because of the unique circumstances of my entry into the company, at first I felt a gap between myself and the enthusiasm of the people around me for service, and I sometimes lost confidence, but I have continued to do what I can do for everyone around me! I have continued to do what I can do for everyone around me.
The hardest part is that many of Cocone’s engineers are highly skilled and sensitive to new technologies, and it is difficult to keep up with them.
Until my previous job, I mainly used older technologies, but since joining Cocone, I feel that I am learning how to make the most of various new technologies because I have a wider choice of technologies to use in my development.
Cocone places great importance on “sensitivity.” What does “sensitivity” mean to you?
It is sometimes said that “development is a world of 0s and 1s, ” but I think that in the human world, things are not always so black and white.
I believe that “sensitivity ” is a word that indicates the most human part of a …… person, the gray area between that 0 and 1, so to speak.
Do you have any advice or message for those who are currently considering joining the company?
I think that Cocone is a company where each employee is entrusted with the discretion to make quite a few decisions. Therefore, it is an interesting environment for engineers who are willing to take on new challenges.
Mr. Wakamiya’s thought, “I think that being gray, which is not black and white, is the highest level of humanity and ‘sensitivity,’ ” is exactly the kind of answer that would be difficult to come up with if you were not an engineer. ……
The question “What does sensitivity mean to you? ” has always been answered by everyone since the first article, and it is one of the questions that I look forward to hearing each time I visit the site ” I am always looking forward to hearing what you think this time!
Or perhaps the fact that there are so many answers to one question itself represents the answer to the question, “What is “? or perhaps the fact that there are so many answers to a single question itself represents the answer to the question, “What is sensibility?
This will be the last article I, Haru, will be responsible for writing during this year.
Please take care of your health and have a Happy New Year~!
In our first article of the New Year, we will be interviewing sound creators!