SHAUMBRA MAGAZINE: Where do you live?
JOSH: I live Puebla, Mexico in a municipality called San Andrés Cholula. In this town we have a church on top of a hill, this is a tourist attraction.
SM: Do you have family there?
JOSH: My wife and I met 20 years ago when we were teenagers. We now have two children, a daughter (7 years) and a son (18 months).
SM: What is your job at Crimson Circle?
JOSH: At this moment, I am the team leader for the Connection Center. Currently it only contains Keahak XI, but the next project is to include Cloud Classes, starting with ProGnost 2022.
SM: How long have you been in this field and what else have you done?
JOSH: I have been working in development for 10 years. I’m a Full Stack engineer and worked for a telemedicine company called doc.com, which is currently only available in the United States. After that I worked for dinkbit, a multidisciplinary company in many different projects. The biggest was a system for a Chinese company that has its assembly plant in Mexico.
SM: What is it like to work for a more unusual company like Crimson Circle?
JOSH: The first contact was fun, because I was looking for a job, and then I saw the vacancy. The post didn’t say “Crimson Circle,” but I responded and thought, “Okay, let’s see what happens.” I sent my CV in November of last year and was hired at the beginning of January.
SM: How do you like it now?
JOSH: I love this company because the personal care is very warm and good. My main boss Jorge is a great boss! I have learned many things about my career and my professional life, and I am very grateful for him. He is a wonderful person. Very cool!
SM: Do you have any hobbies or interests outside of work?
JOSH: My big hobby is to play soccer. I was a semi-professional soccer player. Now I only play for fun, but it’s interesting how they select each player for a professional team.
SM: Is there anything else you’d like to share with Shaumbra?
JOSH: I love my career and all the things I make. The reason I chose this career is because I can create whatever I need to. I create tools for users, and it’s very satisfying for me.