Meet Javad, our new embedded software engineer

Mind continues its international expansion and adding extra resources to the team


Mind keeps on recruiting experienced consultants in Linux, OSS software development and embedded architectures to serve its global customer base with key reference like Kyrio, Barco, Deutsche Telekom, prpl Foundation, etc. We are now with a team of 40+ OSS-engineers. See mind | customers for more info …

Below a short introduction of our new colleague Javad Rahimipetroudi, who recently joined our international team Mind consultancy team. He is an experienced embedded software engineer who joined us from Iran. We ‘de like to welcome him to our FOSS-team.

– How did you hear about Mind?

Javad: I came across the Mind job posting on a jobsite from an international ICT recruiter during my job search as an embedded software engineer. What captivated my attention was Mind’s commitment to open source technology which is integrated in the firm’s DNA. This not only resonated with my professional values but also sparked a genuine interest in becoming a part of the Mind team. So, I submitted my application and have gone thru the regular process of interviewing and a technical test.

– What was your prior professional experience?

Javad:I have over eight years of experience as an embedded hardware and software engineer. I used to work for Imperium Drive Ltd in London, UK. Imperium Drive Ltd provides solutions for last mile delivery, shared mobility and autonomous vehicles. My experience extends to areas such as embedded Linux and microcontrollers, reflecting a robust and comprehensive understanding of the field.

– What is your current position at Mind and tell us a bit about your key responsibilities?

Javad: I am employed as consultant at Mind, a company that focuses on providing technical services in related to embedded systems. Mind’s customers covers various industries, and my role involves offering expert guidance and support within this field. As a consultant, my primary responsibilities revolve around delivering high-quality solutions customized to meet the unique needs of each client. Currently, I am actively contributing to the Zephyr project. On our company blog you can find several technical articles about Zephyr tutorial 101 and Zephyr tutorial 102 – Device tree. Mind has seen a lot of interest and web traffic on their site thanks to my contributions. This was my introductory period and am now ready to start customer projects (having done already some intake interviews with Mind-customers and prospects)

– Can you share your initial impressions and experiences upon joining Mind?

Javad: I was excited to start working for Mind. It has been a long journey, waiting and overcoming various (administrative) challenges to finally start my job at the company. I have been waiting for a year for my work permit. However, upon meeting my colleagues at Mind, I realized that moving from Iran and joining Mind was the right choice. I am happy to be part of the team, where I am not only contributing but also gaining valuable knowledge from the experienced colleagues around me.