As a WeGoLook front-end-developer, Ipshu’s primarily responsible for data conversion, web maintenance and establishing new web features, and she loves every second of it.
Ipshu’s interest in creating and implementing code is rooted in the satisfaction that completing a conversion gives her.
“I look at a design and think to myself, wow, I created this. It’s so rewarding to think about the impact that programming can have on individuals and organizations as a whole,” Ipshu shared enthusiastically.
Originally from Nepal, Ipshu attended school at East Central University in Oklahoma and graduated with a degree in Computer Science. Primarily interested in internet programming and front-end-development, Ipshu sought work where she could explore her interests and develop her talents at a company that also had a great culture. After a few months of searching, she found and was offered a position at WeGoLook.
After two years at WeGoLook, Ipshu is still excited about her role as a front-end-developer. When asked about her experience at the company, she had this to say.
“I’ve greatly enjoyed my time at WeGoLook. This is my first adult job, and being able to come in, learn, make mistakes and ask questions has been the most valuable aspect of it. I was so green when I started and would get so defeated and overwhelmed when I made a mistake. Fortunately, my colleagues helped me get past these feelings by using my mistakes as teaching moments, reassuring me that mistakes are unavoidable sometimes. Because of this, I no longer doubt my abilities to be amazingly effective at my job.”
When discussing her future, Ipshu commented that she definitely sees herself still at WeGoLook. She wants to continue her path in technology development and eventually hopes to get into management, which she believes is a very strong possibility, given the ample opportunities for growth the company provides.