Meet Bryce Ostler, one of our QE Software Engineers. Read on to learn a little bit more about Bryce.
How long have you worked at Cimetrix?
I have been working here at Cimetrix for just over a year now.
Where did you go to school and what is your degree?
I earned my B.A. in Accounting and an MBA from the University of Utah. I also earned a B.S. in Computer Science from Utah Valley University
What brought you to Cimetrix originally?
A friend of mine who already worked at Cimetrix mentioned that there was an opening here and I was graduating with my B.S. in Computer Science. I liked the people I interviewed with and the friendly, positive atmosphere here.
What do you like most about your job?
People here at Cimetrix are helpful when I have questions, and I get to learn more about Software Development through my work.
What do you think it means to provide great Quality Engineering?
Solving problems and learning from them to prevent problems in the future, as well as researching good industry practices that can be implemented to help prevent problems. Emphasis on incremental enhancements to build a resilient engineering environment. Identifying and solving problems before they occur.
What’s the biggest accomplishment you’ve had at Cimetrix?
Integrating with the team and contributing along with the team.
How do you deal with challenges that come up at work?
- Identify the details related to the challenges
- Identify potential solutions
- Do/prepare what I can do to address it on my own
- Work with teammates to complete a solution
- Verify solution works/is working
- Identify lessons learned from the challenge
- Do periodic follow-ups to verify long term endurance
What's something you’ve learned while working at Cimetrix?
I've learned to develop in Micrososft Visual Studio. I've also learned more about the factory automation industry and processes.
What’s your favorite vacation spot?
Right here in the mountains of Utah!
What do you like to do in your free time?
I like bouldering, running, mountain biking, programming, and reading.