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  • Miloš Kaláb | jimiwikman.se
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      Miloš is a calm and organized e-commerce developer skilled in Java (especially hybris) and web application development with a strong interest in software engineering, continuous delivery and automation. Miloš is social and quickly adaptive to a new environment or a role. His good analytical and critical thinking helps Miloš to adopt an objective view on a given task. Miloš is focused on details, eager to face new challenges and always strives to help the team with self-improvement and optimization.


    Jimi's Thoughts

    I worked with Miloš on the Inkclub project and it was a great experience. Not only is Miloš far more skilled than he thinks, but he also have a great sense of responsibility and respect for the work he do.

    Miloš took on everything we threw at him and he excelled in everything he did. It was quite impressive to see and even if Miloš already is one of the most skilled people I know I think that he have the capacity to grow even more if given the opportunity.

    Working with Miloš is a great experience because he will always give his best and he will always strive to make the best possible solution of any given situation. I will miss working with Miloš and should the opportunity come where I get to work with him again I will not hesitate to do so.

    Miloš is a true team player and we will miss his presence in the office as one of our brightest stars and a much appreciated co-worker and friend.


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    I worked with Miloš on the Inkclub project and it was a great experience. Not only is Miloš far more skilled than he thinks, but he also have a great sense of responsibility and respect for the work he do.

    Miloš took on everything we threw at him and he excelled in everything he did. It was quite impressive to see and even if Miloš already is one of the most skilled people I know I think that he have the capacity to grow even more if given the opportunity.

    Working with Miloš is a great experience because he will always give his best and he will always strive to make the best possible solution of any given situation. I will miss working with Miloš and should the opportunity come where I get to work with him again I will not hesitate to do so.

    Miloš is a true team player and we will miss his presence in the office as one of our brightest stars and a much appreciated co-worker and friend.

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