Staff spotlight: 60 seconds with Kyle Nash.
Updated: Jan 20
Kyle Nash is the Head of Software Engineering of fu3e. - our adaptive management reporting software. Responsible for managing the development team and leading the architectural vision of the fu3e. platform.
60 seconds with Kyle Nash
1. What are the key changes you’ve noticed over the last 5 years?
Ai, Serverless technology & automation
2. Who will write the rules for the tech industry?
Developers have always held themselves to high standards. Companies such as Amazon are improving the tooling available for us to follow these standards very closely.
3. How do you keep your technology skills current?
Experimenting with new technology has always been a fun way to keep my skills current. There are 100s of different communities out there that will keep you updated with the latest trends in software development.
4. How do you handle tight deadlines?
By keeping involved throughout the lifecycle of a new feature. It’s so important to be involved at an early stage so you can get the correct requirements before delivering a feature and this also helps to manage expectations from higher up. Following the AGILE Scrum ensures that we are able to allocate the right amount of resources.
5. Why is fu3e. a game-changer?
Imagine having 100s of process-driven spreadsheets that had their own distinct workflow with approval stages and could communicate with each other in a single place? That’s fu3e..
6. What are its key features?
The reporting element of fu3e. contains powerful features, whether that is through the dashboards that we offer or through “pulsar” which is our own formula language that allows us to connect data between different processes within fu3e.. Both of these features combined allows us to report on a vast amount of data in a clear format that’s bespoke to our clients needs.
7. What are your plans for the platform?
I’m really interested in integrating fu3e. into many more 3rd party applications and pulling the data from those platforms into fu3e. to improve our single pane of glass reporting.
8. How would your colleagues describe you?
Hopefully as a leader with a clear technical vision for fu3e. I’m surrounded by an incredibly talented team that have plenty of brilliant ideas, which makes my life a lot easier!
9. Personal habits – Computer games or books?
Computer games and I’d prefer a good podcast over a book.
10. Apple or Samsung?
I’ve got an Apple MacBook but a Samsung phone. Both are solid choices in the mobile market, but Apple is a clear winner when it comes to a workstation.