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  • When I arrived at GitGuardian, I was the first designer and I did not come from the world of cybersecurity. So I learned a lot about our personas and their way of working, about the industry and the competition, mainly thanks to expert and very pedagogical colleagues.


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  • What I have learned at GitGuardian is very diverse. I had the opportunity to grow starting as a software engineer: I learned a lot about Python and architecture design. Then, I became an engineering lead where I managed the secrets detection team, and now I am an engineering manager. In these two positions, I have made significant progress in management and project management, and I have had the chance to interact with many other teams.


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