Meet Ilir Selmani - Frontend Developer at Metergram

Meet Ilir Selmani, a Frontend Developer at Metergram who takes pride in crafting seamless user experiences with the latest technologies. In this interview, Ilir shares his professional journey, his favorite development tools, and what he loves most about working at Metergram.
Meet Ilir Selmani - Frontend Developer at Metergram

Please tell us a bit more about yourself and your background before joining Metergram.

I have a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering. After graduation I got a job as a project manager in a power distribution company, I worked there for 1.5 years, while also completing several programming courses. Once I completed my studies, I became a software engineer. I joined a company as a frontend developer and worked there for more than 2 years on 3 different projects before I joined Metergram.

You are a Frontend Developer at Metergram - what does this job entail?

Being a Frontend Developer at Metergram is really rewarding. I contribute in building everything the user sees and interacts with, and all of that with the latest technologies. I really enjoy creating a seamless user experience across different devices and platforms.

Why do you enjoy working at Metergram?

I enjoy working at Metergram for many reasons, one of which is that my goals and values align with that of Metergram's. This company has nurtured my skills and allows me to express my best talents for a meaningful purpose. There is a genuine spirit of cooperation where we are sharing the same vision and are dedicated to the mission.

What, would you say, are the Metergram team’s greatest strengths?

I would say cooperation, our common work ethic, open communication and having fun in the meantime.

Which tools and technologies are you most fond of using, and why?

I always try to use the latest technologies. For the frontend development I use Javascript or Typescript as a programming language (it depends on the project and the team).

Technologies and tools:

- React ( React is a Javascript library )
- Next.js ( framework built on top of React )
- Storybook
- Styled components
- Redux
- ESLint

Which Metergram project are you personally the most proud of?

During these 2 years at Metergram, I have worked on several projects, but I would like to single out RugVista.

What is your favorite motivational quote?

"If you can dream it, you can do it!"

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