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If there is something I have picked up working with Finnish developers is that they are often very humble folk. Though they are professionals in their field with a lot of expertise, they can act like they have not typed out a single line of code.
By the way, hello. I am almost one-of-a-kind here at Punos as I am not a developer. Instead, my fancy title is “Marketing Coordinator”. My name is Erno. Nice to meet you!
Still, titles can be misleading: though I help with marketing work at Punos, the actual marketers are our developers. It’s them that are the face of the company in practice. Developing is work about human encounters, after all.
The humbleness I mentioned earlier can be partly explained by something called the Impostor Syndrome. Basically, it means that you think you cheated your way through education and projects while actually not knowing anything about what you do, hence the name. Does this sound familiar?