Small talk with Damjan

Damjan is a developer, animal lover, horse rider, MTB biker, scuba diver, tennis player (veterans league), and the pilot of ultralight planes. Besides all this, he is part of our fantastic Macedonian team for the past 9 months. Read more about him below, and watch his lecture at Quantox Virtual Conf here.

  • How did you decide to work with Android Security?
    „During my career, I had the option to work in a security area. It was an amazing experience and a really big challenge for me. Also, I learned a lot of new interesting things and increased my skills. It’s a really big plus in my career.”


  • Do you know or would you like to learn any other programming language?
    „I’m working with PHP and Python (including DBs, REST API, microservices, servers, payments, etc). My next goal is to learn Machine Learning. I passed the intro course and I hope that I will have an opportunity to become more advanced in the ML area.”


  • What do you like the most about your job?
    „Quiet environment with great benefits like flexible working hours, working from different places, and solving the problems as a team.”


  • Why did you choose Quantox?
    „Q had the best offer on the market compared to other companies.”


  • What do you like the most about working in Quantox?
    „First and foremost I would like to highlight that I meet great colleagues. I would also mention the opportunity to work on interesting projects.”


  • If you need help you go to (which colleague)?
    „Vladyslav Skliarenko & Anton Homutenko.”


  • Favorite Quantox benefit?
    „I like the option of working from home and/or working from any of Quantox’s offices.”


  • If you weren’t a programmer what would you do?
    „Most likely a farmer.” 🙂


  • What are your impressions of the conference?
    „The conference was a good idea in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic. A great opportunity to learn something new (especially for the new guys/ beginner developers), an opportunity to check your skills, to investigate something, to spend your time quality instead to sit in front of the desk, and to do nothing.”


  • Are you satisfied with your performance?
    „I had a huge stage fight. Every time when I need to do something in public, in my head I’m doing it the worst possible. Maybe it is because I didn’t have much experience. But one is for sure, I would do it again only if I have a very good reason.” 🙂