I really enjoy problem solving – figuring out how best to implement a new feature, or how a bug has happened and how to fix it. As web technologies move so quickly, there’s always something new to learn. It’s great seeing a feature or product that you’ve worked on be released and end users using it, and I’m working with amazing and talented colleagues who are supportive of each other. Everyone has been so friendly and welcoming and nothing’s too much trouble if I have any questions.
I’m not one to give up easily – if I’m facing something difficult, I always try and work through it until I’ve found the answer or ask for help. And, I always try to be thorough in my work and do it to the best of my ability. I think it’s also important to always be kind to others and always do my best to help other people wherever I can, so WCBS really suits me.
The appeal of HUB
My first thoughts are that the HUB products are great and really comprehensive. The tech is impressive because WCBS is keen on using the latest technologies. WCBS uses agile development, which means new features can be released out to customers quicker and you can get feedback from them sooner rather than later. This in turn means more improvements can be made to the products and much quicker than using the classic waterfall approach, resulting in a much better product overall.
The fact the product has been built from the ground up since 2020 also means it’s tailored exactly to how schools need the product to work. It’s cloud native, which means the product is scalable, reliable and modular, and no other competitor offers that type of solution.
The products are really intuitive to use. There’s nothing worse than a system that has a nice user interface but users have no idea how to use it.
The HUBmis code itself is great too – you can tell it’s really well written and a lot of thought has gone into its design and development.
The main functionality of HUBmis is all built around APIs and that makes it flexible enough to easily allow third party integrations.
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