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Careers - Jack’s Story
 The Theory Of Coding
Jack’s Story
The Theory Of Coding
Jack grew up wanting to be a physicist, majoring in physics in college and even beginning a masters program. He’d been doing programming work on the side to make ends meet, but while studying for his degree, Jack realized technology had become more of a passion than physics ever was. Jack promptly dropped his masters, and began pursuing engineering full time.
Careers - What Jack Does
 Software Engineer
What Jack Does
Software Engineer
Jack works day-to-day with a small Engineering Team. They start off their mornings with a Stand-Up to discuss their goals for the day—before pairing off to share information and work together to create robust technical solutions. Every so often, Jack and his team will switch up the pairs so that everyone gets a sense of how each piece of the project is coming together.
 
 
“I’m very excited about where Braintree is going technologically. We have a set of problems that are very exciting to have as an engineer, and I really enjoy that part.”
 
“I’m very excited about where Braintree is going technologically. We have a set of problems that are very exciting to have as an engineer, and I really enjoy that part.”
 
 
“We’ve used a number of different tools for the project I’m working on. What I really like is that nobody hesitates to use what’s necessary—even if it means we have to bring something new in.”
 
“We’ve used a number of different tools for the project I’m working on. What I really like is that nobody hesitates to use what’s necessary—even if it means we have to bring something new in.”