Much like a pod of whales or a pack of wolves, did you know that a group of gorillas is called a band? In this blog series, we’re going to introduce you to members of our band—engineers, technical recruiters, PMs, designers, and more who make up the most important asset in Gorilla Logic…our talent! Are you Gorilla material? Join the band today!
Gabriel Lidenor — Software Consultant
Gabriel is one of our amazing Software Consultants here at Gorilla Logic. He has been working in software for just about 9 years now. When Gabriel is off the clock his favorite hobby playing blues on guitar, watch nonsense videos, and trying to conquer the world. We are so happy to have him as a part of our Band!
Where’s your hometown? I am originally from Iguatu – CE, Brazil.
What’s your spirit animal? I would have to say a Wolf.
Favorite place you’ve traveled to? I really enjoyed São Paulo, Brazil
How many years have you worked in your field? I have been working in software for about 9 years.
Best advice you have received personally or professionally? Don’t fall in love with one specific programming language. Focus on problem-solving no matter tech you are using.
How do you spend your free time? I like to spend my time outside, walking, and thinking.
What is your guilty pleasure TV show? It’s a show called The Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters, it was a show back in the ’90s, I really enjoy that one.
Best childhood memory? The moment I learned how to fly a kite!
Where do you go to relax and recharge? My bed, I love recharging in my own space!
What made you want to work at Gorilla Logic? Gorilla Logic trusts, respects, and values all of their employees. I’ve always wanted to work for a company like this!
What is your most used tool in your office? Coffee.
Best advice when heading into an interview? Be honest always, don’t lie to impress anybody, just be yourself.
Best advice when meeting with a client? Always listen to what the client has to say.
Now that you have greater insight into the world (maybe;)), what would you go back and tell your 18-year-old self? I’d tell myself that we are not here forever and that every moment is important, don’t let the small things get to you.
What qualities make someone successful in the tech world? Passion, communication, and vision.