“Who is JSB?” JSB is Duccio Micela, Software Project Manager that tells us something about himself and his role in JSB to get to know our team and our Company even more.
Describe yourself with a personal and/or professional experience that you consider representative of your personality.
One of the questions that I more often receive is why I studied Physics and if it was worth did it considering that now I use it just a little in my job. The more time goes on, the more I feel I made the right decision: of course, I’m not using formulas and calculations every single day, but thanks to my studies I can face new problems with strong analytic capabilities in order to find innovative solutions even with few information available. This mental attitude allows me to use my background to offer a highly reliable and efficient service to clients, who often ask me to solve problems not strictly connected with our services. My passion is trying to transfer this attitude to my colleagues with my work, to make this approach a common resource in JSB Solutions.
What is your role in JSB and why are you proud to be part of the JSB Solutions Team?
In JSB Solutions I work as Software Project Manager. I am proud to be part of this team because I have the opportunity to work in a dynamic environment, made of very different but well-connected departments. This combination results in a positive spread of ideas and information exchanged, in which everybody is involved. Last but not the least, in JSB Solutions you can really see the fulfillment of the best ideas, so that you can look behind and be proud of what we all together have built.
Suggest a book to read and justify the choice with a representative adjective.
I have many books I love that I would read again and again, anyway one that always comes to my mind is Blindness by Jose Saramago. This book is just overwhelming: it forces you to face with an unexplained, terrific and so authentic world scenario in such a cruel way that it eventually makes you face all your fears and your conscience. Reading this book is a real personal experience.