From software development to project management, Nalys engineers share their passions on many technological challenges for various customers. Have a look on our work to find out how…
“A network can be as simple as connecting two devices to each other or as complex as connecting millions (perhaps billion) of computers in the WWW.
But both of the above networks have similar parameters like network connectivity, network topology, management, security… to be defined, each making sure the network becomes functional for the purpose it was designed for. Ready to connect?”
“Embedded software development and testing is for me the opportunity to work in environments in which team work, quality, methods & tools are key to success.
It is a fantastic domain in which we always look for new solutions, optimisation and innovative ways to do things.”
“What is exciting about software application is the wide range of professional sectors you can work for and the constant creativity of the job. Understand the work of people and help them by creating the best tools for their complex tasks is stimulating because you contribute to a big process and help the sector going beyond its limits.”
“Working on the smart products sector gave me a better understanding of the issues and security obligations that brings connected devices. In such a high tech. sector, identity & security tests are a major part of a successful project. And also a main source of technological challenges!”
“Big data is a huge domain that barely begins to be used in industries and for consumers use. It’s a whole new filed to explore, with its own rules and processes. With the multiplication of data and connected objet, it could become one of the technological challenges in the coming years. ”
“For me, project management is the opportunity to work on very different subjects, with very different teams, in very different environments. The methodological framework and tools that support the work have to be always adapted to these variables. By always renewing my approach, I keep improving myself and this constant improvement is what is pulling me forward.”