Healthcare will be powered by standardized diagnostic AI products and AI-driven medical discoveries. But first, we need to make sure that the products we develop are secure and reliably accessible by medical staff.
Márton is an engineer’s engineer: his brain works methodically, he asks a lot of questions and he presents evidence along the way. A quick example: his initial cover letter contained 14 bullet points as to why he would be a great fit. This attention to detail and kind nature serve him quite well as our Lead DevOps Engineer largely responsible for software deployment. Based in Hungary, Márton attended the Technical University of Budapest before beginning his professional career at Pulilab, a creative software and digital media agency, where he developed android applications and provided customized client solutions. He then moved to Ekata (formerly Whitepages Pro), a global identity verification firm using machine learning for its security products. Márton joined contextflow (during quarantine nonetheless!), and he’s quickly integrated himself into our team based on his love of NixOS and functional programming. That, and because he’s an all-around nice guy who wants to help doctors and patients:)
Favorite meal: Poke
Recommended reading: “Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs” by Harold Abelson, Gerald Jay Sussman & Julie Sussman
People would be surprised to learn…What my actual favorite meal is… 🙂
If I wasn’t working as Lead DevOps Engineer, I would be…working in something related to language, like a journalist or a writer.
Most rewarding part of my job: The creative problem solving process coupled with contributions to the medical field