University graduates at Adobe are unstoppable. They champion new ideas and make immediate impact. At Adobe, they are encouraged to take risks and challenge the status quo.
Today, we feature Mihai B., a quality engineering developer based in Bucharest, Romania.
Mihai always had a passion for computers. He graduated with a computer science degree from the Polytechnic University in Bucharest. When he was a teenager, his developer friends would show him all the cool things they were doing, and he thought that he would one day do the same. But when university graduation rolled around, an Adobe talent partner suggested quality engineering — and Mihai found the perfect fit. “I really like the fact that I can still be involved in product development, but instead of writing code, I can find problems and help make it better.”
What started off as an internship ended up as a full-time quality engineering position in the web platform group. He says, “With Adobe, it was love at first sight. I think it’s really, really awesome that the work I do helps us promote new standards for the web and all the major browsers. It makes you feel like you’re part of something bigger.”
We asked Mihai about a cool fact he discovered about Adobe and his immediate response was, “For me, the most important thing here is the people. There’s no big difference in how you approach people. I speak the same way to my teammates as I do to my manager’s manager.”
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