Meet the Women that Work on Kerb's Tech Team

Meet the Women that Work on Kerb's Tech Team

Taylor K.10th October 2019

It’s Women in Tech Week, so we want to celebrate Kerb’s female tech staff with a blog post so you can get to know them a little. 

Nikita and Ali both work on Kerb’s Quality Assurance Team where they monitor and work on the tech to ensure everything is running efficiently. Both women live in India and work remotely, something they both said made them want to work for Kerb.  

The two have answered a few questions about themselves and working at Kerb. 

Why/How did you get into parking?

Nikita: I found it interesting and worth working on because online parking is a completely new concept for Indians.

Ali: I was looking for a job in automation when I got an opportunity in a company that specialised in parking.

Do you think parking will die out with the invention of autonomous cars? How do you think it will change?

Nikita: No, I don’t think so. They still need to park on their own. In that case, the cars will have the potential to find the empty parking space online by itself and travel to it. 

Ali: Autonomous cars are still a physical entity and would still need to be parked at a physical location. That said, since autonomous cars are equipped with built in sensors, that will make the process of parking very easy.

What new innovation are you most excited about?

Nikita: Kerb on smart watches and testing it. It would be fun.

Ali: Flying cars.

Where and what did you study? 

Nikita: I have pursued B.Tech in Computer Science from Rajasthan Technical University, Kota.

Ali: Graduated from Dr.B.C.Roy Engineering college, West Bengal India. I studied Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE).

What do you do to unwind?

Nikita: Bake or dance.

Ali: Listen to soothing music.

Your favourite app, other than Kerb?

Nikita: Diaro.

Ali: Myntra, Flipkart and Amazon [A shopping lover].

What are some of your favourite podcasts?

Nikita: On purpose with Jay Shetty podcast on Spotify.

Ali: My favourite podcasts are Lew Later and Waveform by MKBHD.

What’s a pet hate you have about life online?

Nikita: It sometimes makes getting people alone difficult. Even being surrounded by lots of people - they remain involved with their phones instead of having a conversation with each other.

Ali: Less interaction with people. 


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