Meet the seniors
Lia joined Codemart in 2006 while still studying computer science in Cluj, specializing in artificial intelligence. She finished her diploma with "magna cum laude" in 2007 during a scholarship at the Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zurich (Switzerland).
She's a very nice boss with outstanding algorithmic, analytical and tea-making skills – essential requirements to quickly resolve complex challenges from advanced mathematical, biological and physical science projects.
Lia runs a pretty tight ship when she manages scarily large software teams, projects and codebases, combining the work of up to 15 person-years. Although Lia is a short girl, she routinely stands up to tall and powerful clients if they ask for magic unicorns.
Lucian is basically employee #1 at Codemart, joining the toddler company in 2004 right after it's foundation. He studied computer science in Cluj and finished his diploma in 2006, specializing in data security.
You can easily bribe him with handmade hot chocolate or tease him with your bad-ass motorcycle. Be careful if he wants to take it for a ride around the block. You'll probably never see him again.
Lucian is the go-to guy for challenging business projects where state-management requires 3 sheets of flipcharts plus spare markers. His love for disturbingly loud Heavy Metal music seems to help his impressive architectural and coding skills.
Călin is the Gandalf of Codemart (minus the hair). He co-founded Codemart in 2004 after working four years at iQuest. He got his diploma in computer science from the Cluj university in 2001, specializing in educational repositories.
When you ask him to learn a new platform, he performs his trademark heavy-sigh-with-eye-roll maneuver but ultimately delivers excellent code as if he knew it since kindergarten.
In 2011, Călin took a break to help Hewlett Packard setting up their server automation business as a development manager. But when he heard Codemart's siren song again, he decided to return to his roots.
He's an amicable mentor to young developers, teaching them his strong analytical and architecture skills, and driving them crazy with his obsession for hygienically clean code. Don't discuss tabs vs. spaces with him.