Interview Kenny Peeters
Our data expert, Kenny Peeters, has been working at Cubis for 6 years now. That’s why we asked him some questions about his experience.
How would you describe working at Cubis in 5 words?
Can you explain what kind of work you have been doing in the last few years?
In the last couple of years, I have been at 1 long term project and some small-term projects. These projects all had reporting in common, which was until recently my core knowledge. I started at the long-term project as a Design Studio developer for a management dashboard and on the short-term projects, I helped the customer in creating Web Intelligence documents and on another short-term project I was competing among others in a proof of concept by creating a dashboard with Lumira Designer. My role at my long-term project has evolved into a more data-driven role, which suits me better, and aside from being a HANA BI Developer I am also part of the group that is overviewing the general setup/governance and data architecture we want to implement.
What was your best moment ever at Cubis ?
I think my best moment ever with Cubis was one where I wasn’t even part of Cubis. After I signed I had the opportunity to join Cubis on their annual team event so before I even got started I had the opportunity to get to know my colleagues in a friendly/not-work related setting. This made the job-change less stressful.
What is an ideal day off for you?
Truth to be told… My ideal days off are to work on something not IT-related like volunteering at a music festival/event or being an extra/featured extra in professional productions/promotional videos or an actor in student productions. Actually anything where I can switch my PC off and still be useful.
What do you miss most in corona times?
Normally I live a very active life and especially during summer, it can be more active than it is now. Usually, I work on music festivals and events as a volunteer and these are all canceled. Another part of my life is that I usually do a lot of sports with soccer and going to the gym. Since March I haven’t seen the inside of my gym anymore and this broke my routine on weekdays and not being able to see my friends at the soccer games are also a huge loss.
WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK KENNY FOR HIS CONTRIBUTION TO THIS ARTICLE.
GOOD LUCK IN YOUR FURTHER CAREER AT CUBIS.