What do you do here at Ericsson?
I am working in Ericsson Research Traffic Lab with workload placement for distributed cloud. More specifically, I introduce a workflow to enrich Ericsson’s TOCSA Orchestrator lifecycle management definitions with on-demand placement recommendations.
Tell us about your typical day?
I usually do thirty push-ups to wake me up and then I take a cold shower to calm me down. This gets me in the mood to work. On reaching the office, I usually finish what I couldn’t the day before and then start working on the next feature or item on my agenda. After lunch, I talk with my manager about my progress and he gives me advice on how to improve and helps me with any issues that might have come up. After that, I continue working on whatever I was working, considering my earlier conversation with my manager.
Have you been given any career advice you feel will be useful in your future career?
No, not really. I am focused on continual, incremental improvement at my profession. I think that is probably the best way to get good at what you do, and it makes me feel really great to have improved compared to where I was, say a month ago.
What do you know now that you didn’t know before?
I thought Ericsson only made cellular equipment but working at Ericsson Research made me realize just how many different things Ericsson does.
Where do you get your inspiration from?
I am inspired by people who have fun working. Those people make me look forward to going to work.
Any final words?
I have learned so much while working at Ericsson. It has been a really great opportunity for me.