Monday, 24th February 2020
Meet Su, Quality Assurance Engineer at Scorable
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Can you tell us about your role as a Quality Assurance Engineer and what it entails?

My job is to make sure that our final product looks and works exactly how it was designed. I had the opportunity to join Scorable at a relatively early stage and to help set up the Q&A pipeline from start to end. I also support the development team with improving the implementation process, as well as the design team with enhancing usability and conducting user research.

What do you like most about working at Scorable?

All my colleagues at Scorable are super nice and easy to work with, which helps me to focus on my job. Another thing I really like is that Scorable is still a young company, and it has an open and honest environment. I feel that my voice can be easily heard, which I believe is good for my career and my personal development.   

Did you always have an interest in tech?

Most of my friends are programmers --I think that shows my interest in tech ^_^ 

What is the biggest challenge in your role?

I am a front-end QA Engineer, meaning I didn’t work with those large amounts of data before. We continuously monitor our data and modeling results to maximize accuracy, which is a very elaborate process. I am still learning every day. As a team we’re constantly challenging ourselves to do things even better and to make processes more efficient. 

Can you tell us a little bit about your background?

I have a BA in English, an MA in film theory, and an MFA in media art production. I initially started to work in the IT field to support the artistic side. As you can see, this has evolved into my main profession now, and I enjoy it a lot.

How do you spend your spare time?

Making and enjoying good food is my passion; shopping is my entertainment; gardening and sewing are also fun. In general, I like doing something with my hands and working with tangible materials.  

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