Sedat lives in Izmir, Turkey, a beautiful Aegean city that has stood since ancient times.
How would you describe yourself?
I am Sedat. I was born in Mardin, a very ancient city in southern Turkey, which has been a cradle to many civilizations—I currently live in Izmir, a father of two kids and a cat.
A man who doesn’t love being alone is how you can describe me; although it is not the best definition, it’s fairly close enough to tell you something about me. To be honest, I love what I do. No matter what it is. I always try to enjoy the moment in my work and social life.
How do you spend your spare time?
Learning something – more or less – constantly at work and in my normal life motivates me for what I have done. For example, I have two kids and learn about fatherhood daily. Oh my god, these kids are also hitting puberty.
I love watching documentaries- especially the ones produced by the BBC. Planet Earth is my favorite.
What is important to you?
I like adding value to the lives of people around me, helping them, and making them happy if possible.
Sedat’s way to Inpsyde
I was always interested in IT, and before being a professional QA Engineer, I did manual tests and gave feedback. But you know, there is no stop to the learning journey. So I tried hard to improve myself and created a network of friends and colleagues. Finally, I found Inpsyde, which makes me feel great when I think about the working conditions, communication between colleagues, the flat hierarchy, and remote work.
Why was Inpsyde interesting for you?
In the IT industry, you must constantly improve yourself, so I always try to expand my knowledge with extra courses, sources, books, and videos. In short, anything that helps me build my skills.
I love being a QA because, as a team, we do our best to achieve our tasks. Each employee has a different viewpoint and does things in their own way. But the beauty is bringing all these together to do great jobs. And I believe we are doing this in Inpsyde.
What do you especially like about your new job?
The culture of Inpsyde greatly appeals to me. I love how we can reach each employee, including the C level. Everybody is doing their job and their best to help if needed.
Questions to Inpsyder Sedat
We asked Sedat a few personal questions to learn more about him:
What was the last book you read?
What was the best advice you ever got? Who gave it to you?
What do you like most about your city?
Deception Point – Dan Brown.
Thanks to Alex’s father, who gave him one of the best pieces of advice I have ever heard. I always keep it in mind: “Make your hobby your profession, and you will never work again!”
I love Boyoz (a yeast–free pastry identified with Izmir’s taste) and the sea.
What is your favorite smartphone app?
It doesn’t matter what it is as long as it gives me a chance to take notes.
What is the best meal you can cook on your own?
I think I can cook anything if I am in the mood.
By the way: The Inpsyde Team is 100% remote
This enables us to bring together the best minds in the world in one team. You want to learn more about our way of working and the Inpsyders? Take a look inside Inpsyde!