Been interested in creating my own things and figuring out how things work. Started programming and design at 12.
A bizarre thing is that I’ve been somehow called “genius” from people around me. I'm not that kind for sure, but I bet you what, I have pretty good tastes.
“Leverage” ― having a keen insight into the significance of things and taking the shortest and the most effective way to lead projects to success.
1. Make my mark upon the world I believe my life is meaningful for its own sake. Hate to admit that the world would be the same if I were not in it. I wanna influence it. I wanna change it. And I will.
2. Change my thoughts into my greatest weapon Engineering is merely a way to solve problems. What I want to do is not to write programs but to create great experiences through products.
3. Be a good mentor I owe what I am now to my own mentors. They've taught me a lot, so I must pay it forward to my juniors. That's at least what I can do out of gratitude to them.
## New business division: Sync team (Aug 2015 - Aug 2016) - Was a lead engineer of Wantedly Chat (formerly Sync)
## New business division: People team (Sep 2016 - Aug 2017) - Led to introduce Golang in production web server and spread microservices architecture - Dockerized local development environments of (almost) all services