June 20, 2018


Zoe is a backend Python engineer at TellusLabs. Her current work revolves around user management, including ensuring the functionality of the API (Application Programming Interface). Zoe completed her undergraduate degree at Brown University, where she studied computer science and logic. In her free time, Zoe enjoys backpacking and reading. Her current favorite book is Gravity’s Rainbow by Thomas Pynchon.

Currently, Zoe is building a user management app for the Head of Product, Greg. The app will makes it easier for Greg to add and delete users, sync user spreadsheets, and add and update metadata. She also performs tests on the API to detect any issues before it is distributed to customers. “Something that I think makes our API special is that we make really good use of our metadata,” Zoe adds. “We can preload select amounts of data, and that makes things run a lot faster.”

Zoe’s favorite thing about TellusLabs is how much she is learning. “Everyone, especially Ophir but also all the other engineers, are really willing to help teach me stuff. Ophir is working hard to give me projects that are just a little bit too hard for me, but not way too hard, and I feel like that is really unique when I compare my experience to other junior software engineers.”



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