This past year, Armored Things has experienced tremendous growth. Our team hired 10 full-time employees, raised $5.5 million dollars in venture capital, and partnered with universities, stadiums, and companies around the country.
The product is practical and logical. We're providing customers with a platform that simplifies their day to day, not over complicate things. There is a clear problem that our product will solve for, which is exciting for both us and our customers.
All the interns had their own project, which meant each of us had a lot of responsibilities and played an integral role in the development of the product. This was compared to a big company where you are working on a large team on a small portion of a massive project.
When it comes to choosing where you want to work, there are many factors that go into making a decision. For Noah Naiman, it was the opportunity to work for a world-class technology team that would positively impact his community that led him to accept a Software Engineering internship at Armored Things.
As a Software Engineer at Armored Things, Cheyan works on a variety of engineering projects from customer integrations to infrastructure development. Chiefly, his role is to collaborate with the engineering team to create technology that solves complex physical security problems.