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Career histories and testimonies.

Mohamed Chetteoui – Technical Leader

Mohamed Chettaoui

« I graduated from an engineering school, specializing in computer science. After leaving school, Hichem Elloumi (CEO) reached out to me and offered me a job. At the time, he told me that he ran a small startup but that he had big ambitions.

I believed in him and his business, so we started to work together. In just 3 years, we went from 2 to 30 people.

As with all startups, I had to be very versatile in the beginning, knowing how to do both frontend and backend development while simultaneously conducting interviews for new recruits. I really enjoyed the early days because they taught me a lot. That’s one of the advantages of working with a startup! I started out as a developer, became a project manager, and now, I’m a team leader. I currently manage a team of 9 people!

On a day-to-day basis, I love working at Minotore. It’s exciting to be constantly confronted with new technical challenges, find solutions and come up with appropriate responses.

More than that, I love the atmosphere in my team. I’ve been able to build friendships that are invaluable to me today. »

So, do you play foosball?

« Yeah, I play, but I’m not very good at it (laughing). My colleagues and I have a good time playing together, and I’m trying to get better. Having said that, some of my colleagues are really talented! »

Myriam Rebai – Business Analyst

« I graduated from the School of Statistics and Information Analysis.

I’ve been with Minotore right after my graduation. I began my career here with a 6-month internship. In the beginning, I worked in analytics (website audience analysis).

I’ve really learned a lot over the first year, and the things that I’m doing today aren’t the things that I learned in school.

In school, they often only teach you the basics. For example, before I started working here, I didn’t even know that web referencing existed, but now, it’s something that I really enjoy. I spend a lot of time reading and trying to learn more about it.

At Minotore, I currently analyze customer requests and create tasks, making sure to include as many specifications and details as possible. This way, developers can find this information quickly and easily. »

So, do you play foosball?

« Yes, of course I play! I give it my all (laughing). »

Mariem rebai

Riadh Brinis – Web Development Manager

riadh brinis

« I got a basic degree in multimedia computing. It provided me with versatile training, bringing together many multimedia skills, and I came to Minotore right after finishing school. That was in 2013.

At the time, we were still in startup mode, and I was the only frontend developer. I was working on a bit of everything, one of the biggest advantages of working with a startup. After 2 years, I started to have more and more responsibilities. The Lyxor site project was a real turning point in my career. Today, I manage a team of 4 people.

Now that I’m a manager, I love what I do on a daily basis. I like to train my colleagues; I do 30-minute training sessions teaching the “best practices” (code restructuring, guidelines for respecting source code, AngularJS…).

The atmosphere within my team is great. I personally ensure that it’s inclusive, and we all work together, sharing our different skills. I find that level of cooperation to be a real asset. »

So, do you play foosball?

« Yeah, I play! I lose most of the time though… (laughing) »

Ameur Fakhfafkh – IT Developer

« I studied engineering with a double specialization in IT and finance, and I began working with Minotore when I graduated from school. It started with a 6-month internship, and when that was over, I became an IT developer.

Starting out as a developer, my favorite languages were Java, J2EE, Spring and Python, but I’ve learned a lot over the last year. When I started as an intern, I learned a lot about professional life: how to interact with colleagues, how to follow procedure, how to write a professional email… These things seem simple, but unfortunately, you don’t learn any of that in engineering school.

Even as a programmer, I’ve grown enormously, especially with Java. I’ve learned a lot about finance, terminology, definitions, key players… This double expertise has given me a huge day-to-day advantage. »

So, do you play foosball?

« Of course I play! Sometimes I win, sometimes I lose… it’s about 50-50 (laughing)! We have a great atmosphere at the office! »

Ameur Fakhfek