The Inpsyde family is very happy to welcome a new member! Inpsyde project manager Rich Winterstetter will support the smooth running of our projects. As our customers cannot visit us in an office (we are a remote working WordPress agency), we use our blog to introduce all Inpsyders.
Inpsyde Project Manager Rich Winterstetter
Rich is 30 years old and lives in Munich, Bavaria (an area which is located in southern Germany).
“Besides my work, I really like to read – actually all genres are potential reading material. As most book lovers, I like to take paper and pen and write for myself, too. Recently I published my first science fiction novel “The Foreign Effect” via Books on Demand. Moreover, I’m a friend of games – both digital games on PC and consoles as well as analogue ones like board games, Pen and Paper and Table Top Systems (e.g. Warhammer). I really don’t like the term “nerd” – but it fits me.”
“After I finished my high school graduation and my civil service, I had the glorious idea to make myself ineligible for the general labour market and study “Game Design”. Three years later, and with a bachelor’s degree in Game Design, I went straight into the gaming industry. First, I worked in the field of quality assurance and then was in the Project Lead/ Game Design of a well-established Munich developer. During the last one and a half years, I worked as product manager at a free2play publisher.
For some time now I wanted to leave the gaming industry to further develop myself. Therefore I want to use the position at Inpsyde to gain more experience in the field of project management.”
Questions for Inpsyder Rich:
We asked Rich 15 personal questions of which he should at least answer five.
What’s your favorite Happy Hour drink?
What’s the worst TV show you ever saw?
My television connection collects dust for more than ten years now.
What’s your biggest vice?
What makes you really angry?
What kind of job did you do when you went to school?
How many pairs of shoes do you have?
Which was the last book you read?
“For We Are Many” by Dennis E. Taylor – the second book of the Bobiverse Trilogy. It’s about a software developer who awakes as software system of a space probe 100 years after his death. At the moment I prefer science fiction.