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Cloud Engineer / Architect


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Don't trust our word for it

We understand that these days, employers tell the most attractive stories about why they are the best company to work for. That's why we interviewed some of our most company culture critic employees. Here's what they have to say about Aknostic:


Flavia Paganelli - CTO

In 2009, Flavia co-founded Aknostic and served as its Co-Founder. In 2014, they co-founded another company called 30MHz, where they held the roles of Co-Founder and CTO. At 30MHz, Flavia led the development of a data platform for agriculture. Flavia oversaw hardware research and manufacturing, platform scalability, and user-friendly interface design. The company provided real-time insights to over 350 customers in the agricultural sector.

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Jasper Geurtsen - Staff Engineer

"What most attracts me in Aknostic’s current culture? For me, it's the collaboration ethic. Which is about everyone being actively involved and responsive. For example, when you have to deal with an incident at night. It's about leveraging collective knowledge and support to navigate through the problem efficiently."

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