10 minutes with...Beth Carter

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Another developer has joined our ranks! We sat down with our marathon runner, Beth, to chat all things digital...

So, welcome Beth! How did you find your first day?

Very good. Everyone was so friendly and welcoming and the office has a great vibe.

Tell us a bit about your background…

After graduating from university I started in the e-learning industry as a Flash developer before moving into web development. I’ve worked for a range of clients including Royal Mail, British Gas, Deloitte and Barclays.

What do you know about KVA Digital so far?

They’re very fast paced, and focused.

What is your role at KVA Digital?

Full stack PHP developer

What are you most looking forward to achieving?

Creating digital solutions that are both functional and beautiful.

Are there any areas in particular you are hoping to get involved with?

App development.

Who would be your ideal client to work for?

Lego or Disney would be great, I’m a big kid!

Now for the important questions…

Describe yourself in three words?

adventurous, optimistic, open-minded

What is your favourite meal?

Chinese... no Indian... or maybe Japanese... anything except tinned tuna or celery.

Are you an Apple or an Android fan?

Apple.

What is your favourite song at the moment?

Dusty Springfield - Son of a Preacher Man

What is the first thing you do when you wake up/start your day?

Roll back over.

What are your pet hates?

Litter, whining, and unkindness

What is the best advice you have ever been given?

“Life may not always be the party we hoped for, but while we’re here we should dance”

What is the worst advice you have ever been given?

I honestly cannot think of any.

What is the craziest thing you’ve ever done?

Ran a marathon. Maybe not that crazy as I would do it again.

Your life would be meaningless without…

Family. Running. Beaches. Sleep

What's your life motto?

Be the best version of yourself.

If a genie gave you a wish what would you wish for?

To travel the world with my family.

Could you live without your mobile phone?

On a desert island, yes. Here and now, no.