Miglė

Beresinevičiūtė

Software Engineer @ Uber, Elite National commissaire, Solo Traveler
Vilnius, Lithuania
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ABOUT ME
EX CYCLIST
My main activity and job was riding a bicycle for more than 7 years when I was in a highschool. Which included skipping school, being always on schedule, learn living without parents at a young age and study alone without a teacher.

SOFTWARE ENGINEER
While studying:
- had internship:
-- @ Xplicity / LoginVSI (as backend engineer)
-- @ Uber (as backend engineer)

- worked at:
-- Xplicity / LoginVSI (backend engineer)
-- Labworks.io (full stack engineer, QA)

Currently working @ Uber as front-end engineer.

ELITE NATIONAL COMMISSAIRE IN ROAD AND TRACK DISCIPLINES
After I quit cycling I still wanted to be involved in this beautiful sport and be part of it so I created new goals! I am on my way to achieve it!

SNOWBOARDING & CABLE WAKEBOARDING ENTHUSIAST
Once I tried, I can't stop! Can't describe the feeling when you hear that your board touches snow then you can't hear anything because you are in the air and again the sound your board touches snow again! It is just a jump but feeling is amazing! This sport helps you improve in all the ways.

SOLO TRAVELER
I just love traveling & expierenced local life. I have been traveling a lot lately.
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TALKS
Easy going and friendly. Great to chat about IT and overall business tech. Thanks!
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10% donated to Penkta koja, VšĮ
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Ask me anything over a cup of coffee
€20
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Breakfast at a cafe
€30
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45 min

Walk around city
€20

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