Roundedcube Welcomes Two New Cubers

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December 22, 2016
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Our team at Roundedcube is constantly growing and we couldn't be more excited to introduce you to our newest Cubers! We would like to welcome Erik and Alex to our St. Louis office. Learn more about the new team in their bios below.

Erik Brown
Senior Project Manager

My journey may not have been straightforward on how I became a ‘Cuber’ but it has been quite a ride.

I am a St. Louis native and attended Truman State University where I studied a mix of Business Administration and Computer Science. Some time ago I made the decision to let my passion for technology, innovation, and startups guide my career, which is how I found myself where I am today -intertwined between business problem solving, technology solutions, and building teams. I’ve crossed over with working through many different types of projects. Some of which include building new web applications from the ground up, technology and data conversions, product roadmapping, infrastructure architecture, and proof of concepts.

The digital transformation process is still in its infancy at many companies and I am excited to hop on board to assist with the journey. With so many problems to solve and an infinite number of ways to solve them, every day is a new experience.

Alex Loebner
Web Engineer

I was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri. I studied Computer Information Systems with a focus in cyber security and a minor in Interactive Media at Bradley University in Peoria, IL. During my time at Bradley and while working freelance, I learned many skills in the development process and countless skills that strengthened my Computer Information Systems and Interactive Media background. In May of 2013 I graduated and have since been pursuing a meaningful career in my field. With my programming and design skills, I have been working as a full-stack developer creating custom web and software solutions for clients. As a child I was always interested in technology, I could often be found taking apart different electronics to see how they work or modding my video game consoles. After learning Programming and how different technology stacks work together, it opened a whole new world of possibilities for me. In my spare time I can be found longboarding the hills of St. Louis at speeds of up to 45mph, visiting local music venues, or reading comics.

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