Culture

The A-Team: Gina Phipps
Meet an Asymmetrik Software Engineer

Imagine moving over 2000 miles across the country with only a backpack and a suitcase, to live in a place you’ve never visited, know little about, and where you don’t know a single person. Sound intimidating? Well, that’s exactly what Software Engineer Gina Phipps did when she decided to take the plunge and join The […]

November 16, 2020
Maintaining Community: Part II
What makes Asymmetrik feel like Asymmetrik?

It goes without saying that 2020 has been a year like no other. As we adapted to the “new normal”, we focused on maintaining our culture and sense of togetherness. This means giving back to the community, continuing to learn and grow, and enjoying each other’s company while doing so. So without further ado, here’s […]

October 13, 2020
The A-Team: Dave Smith
Meet an Asymmetrik Software Engineer

Like many members of The A-Team, Software Engineer Dave Smith is driven by a desire to make a positive impact in the world. That’s one of the reasons he chose to pursue a Computer Science degree at Towson University. He says, “Positively influencing people’s lives through technology has always appealed to me. I’m fascinated by […]

September 08, 2020
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Farewell Summer Interns
Good luck Matt, Eddie, Alec, and John!

It’s time to say farewell to our first cohort of virtual interns! We wish Matt, Eddie, Alec, and John the best as they start the school year. Even though this summer’s internship program was remote, we tried to maintain the spirit as much as possible. The most significant thing about Asymmetrik internships is that they […]

August 26, 2020
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And now for something completely different

One thing we can always count on is the creativity of our employees. When we asked them to participate in making this video, we were blown away by the avalanche of submissions! It was a great reminder that even though our teams are working remotely, the spirit of Asymmetrik is alive and well. We now […]

July 27, 2020