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"The code I write is used by millions of people around the world - that motivates me to want to be a better engineer." MoreShraddha, senior software engineer
"I like working at MathWorks because our products are so innovative and flexible ..." moreMichael, Senior Sales Account Manager, Germany Branch
“What I like most about MathWorks is our involvement in our social mission program. From the voluntary work of our employees to the charitable projects ... “moreNatalie, Corporate Social Responsibility Program Manager
A day in the life of a software developer at MathWorks - an average day is so much more than programming! ... “more
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We support local and professional communities through MINT (STEM) educational initiatives, through voluntary commitment by our employees, through initiatives for ecological sustainability and by promoting aid measures worldwide.
MathWorks was founded in 1984 by Jack Little and Cleve Moler, who saw the need for engineers and scientists to have more powerful and productive computing environments beyond those of languages like Fortran and C. They combined their expertise in math, engineering, and computer science to develop MATLAB.
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A day in the life of a software developer at MathWorks - an average day is so much more than programming!
My working day is really wonderful. I'm even happy when I wake up and realize that it's a working day. I can go to work, solve interesting problems, invent something new with my friends, and if I'm really lucky I can teach!
IN THE MORNING: We'll start with the basics: reading emails, internal messages, new bugs assigned to me ... were all of my tests successful? Jobs accepted? Declined? Frown. Find out why.
LUNCH TIME: By noon, I had a stand-up meeting, reviewing a colleague's code, and providing feedback on a design or two. I'll see where I stopped with my tasks for this iteration. I go to lunch with friends. Then I specify or program. In between, someone might come by who needs answers or wants to answer my questions. When I really need to concentrate, I close my door and dive into my task.
AFTERNOON: 2:00 p.m. on a Friday? Time for cookies.
Before I leave, I take a look at what's going on tomorrow and check out all of my jobs that are going on. Then I go home to my family. Perfect!
Shraddha, senior software engineer
“The code I write is used by millions of people around the world - it motivates me to want to be a better engineer. Every design decision we make has at least an impact on some MATLAB users. It's just invigorating and spurs me on to get better every day. "
“I like the dynamic aspects of my work. Depending on what I'm doing, I work with people with a wide variety of interesting specialist knowledge - from different faculties and from all over the world. We work together on initiatives that matter to the company and learn the incredible ways in which customers use our products. "
Natalie, Corporate Social Responsibility Program Manager
“What I like most about MathWorks is our involvement in our social mission program. From the volunteer work of our employees to the charitable projects that are nominated for our end-of-year fundraising program, I am inspired by my colleagues' enthusiasm for our mission to give something back to those around us. I have the opportunity to expand our social mission program to all of our branches - together we do good around the world. "
Michael, Senior Sales Account Manager, Germany Branch
“I enjoy working at MathWorks because our products are so innovative and flexible that I can inspire customers in many different industries to use our tools for their applications. I particularly enjoy working on a vision for cross-border interactions to promote the international use of our solutions and enable maximum efficiency.
Great tools, a professional pool of resources and very satisfied customers ... what more could you want as a sales account manager? "
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