Welcoming Markus Liljedahl as Pingdom’s latest frontend dev
Pingdom now welcomes another Born to Hack ninja to the team. Markus Liljedahl will be working with frontend development and quality assurance. His background in both networking and programming will serve him perfectly in his new job.
Just as many others working in Pingdom, Markus was born and raised in Västerås, Sweden, where our HQ is located. When he was about eight years old, his father bought him a Commodore 64 computer, and that’s where his interest in computers stem from.
Since there were only a small number of programs and games available for the C64, Markus decided to learn programming. He bought some books, and the rest is, as they say, history.
A keen interest in problem solving and figuring out how things work kept Markus’ skills growing and, later, he studied both networking and programming at Mälardalen University in Västerås.
Markus has already got familiar with his new role in Pingdom, working with both frontend development and quality assurance. As it happens, Markus actually had a connection with Pingdom even before he started working here. He’s the developer of the Pingdom Notifier for Mac, a free must-install utility if you are a Pingdom user with a Mac.
We still have open positions available
Even as Markus is settling in at Pingdom and getting started with his new job, we’re still looking for more super geeky, exciting, and fun people to join us. Perhaps you’re one of them?
We’re not exaggerating when we say that Pingdom is the place where you will be challenged to perform at the highest level, as well as given the opportunity to work on products that affect real people all over the world.
In other words, if you’re looking for new challenges, consider if Pingdom might be the place for you! We probably don’t even have to mention that you will have a choice of what crazy maxed out and packed computer you want to run – Linux, Mac, or Windows.
If you would like to find out more about the positions available, head over to our career site for all the details. It’s in Swedish as you might imagine.