Meet Runze, our latest hire, who just joined our development team in Shanghai.
My name is Runze, and I am very happy to currently find myself as part of the Wiredcraft team.
I’m originally from Hangzhou. I can speak English, Chinese and a little Japanese because I watch anime in my spare time
Before joining Wiredcraft as a front-end developer, I worked for a SasS company specializing in digitalizing offline retailers.
I’m excited about this job when I see my codes running on thousands of people’s devices.
They will come up with new ideas or questions to inspire me to iterate on product features and fix bugs. At the same time, maintaining the product for a long time will allow me to continue to apply the popular technology stack to the product to increase maintainability and performance.
1. What are the three things you like about Wiredcraft? Or what attracted you to apply here?
a. Humanization, Wiredcraft is the most humane company I have ever seen. You can feel it from every aspect.
b. Work-life balance, I can have more time with my cats and family. Also, I think the balance can trigger employee creativity, it will create greater value for the company.
c. Excellent colleagues, working with colleagues who are very self-driven and serious is very enjoyable.
2. What’s the most adventurous experience you have had?
Once, due to a tight schedule and bad weather, I had to camp on the top of the Wugong Mountain in Jiangxi.
The temperature was ten degrees below zero, nothing with temperature, I felt like I was going to freeze to death.
3. What hobbies do you have?
Swimming, the gym is very close to my home, I will swim around 600-800 meters at noon every day.
Besides that, I also like keeping cats, they will accompany me so I can’t feel lonely.
4. If there’s one thing you recommend everyone in the world to do, what would it be?
Always keep learning, we need lifelong learning to ensure that we are not left behind. Learning will continue to give you positive feedback.
5. What is the one thing you’ll hope you’ll do in your lifetime?
I hope I can be proficient in one or two foreign languages as a native language such as Japanese.
This way I can experience the thoughts in the text when I read foreign originals, instead of reading the translated article, I always feel that something is missing.
6. What’s the most underestimated talent you have?
Emm…I think it is investment, whether in stocks or funds or cryptocurrencies, I have always been in a state of loss. Buy at the high point, sell at the low point. LOL.