Meet me Monday – Emanuel Cifuentes

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Meet me Monday

This week, we interviewed Emanuel Cifuentes!

Emanuel is a Senior Software Engineer at Viscosity! We are excited to have you get to know him, in this week’s Meet me Monday segment!

1. What is your favorite thing about working at Viscosity?

Viscosity keeps me moving forward. We are constantly working on presentations, webinars, papers and generating content about things that I don’t always know and that drives me to learn about those subjects. You can’t really explain something if you don’t understand it yourself. Also, my second favorite thing is working with people in all fields. VNA has a range of clients in different industries and that has taught me about healthcare, food and oil industry, for example. I’m always learning.

2. What year did you begin working at Viscosity?

2014

3. If you could travel anywhere in the world where would it be and why?

New Zealand. I’ve always admired the landscape photographs I’ve found online. I’d love to hike up the mountains and breath that fresh air. Another place that I got close to but missed is Rome. So much history and art in Rome makes that city super interesting to me. When I go back to Europe (soon, I hope) that’s the one city that I must visit, at any cost.

4. If you could have any one superpower, which would you choose?

Telekinesis for sure! The human mind is so powerful and has so much potential that I know a power like that could be developed with no limit. The possibilities are endless. Being able to do many things at once. Flying. Super human speed. The good that could be done in the world all powered by something the size of a melon. Sounds pretty amazing to me.

5. Do you have any hidden talents?

I probably do (just like everybody) and I try my best to find out what they are. I’ve spent a considerable amount of time trying to figure out what my real talents are by trying many physical and mental activities. I’m quite handy, thanks to my father. I know the basics of woodworking, plumbing and thinks like that. Not that impressive but not too many people know I can do those things. And I can move my ears, like a hippo. I don’t know if that counts as a talent but I’m exceptionally good at it.

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