InSystems‘ team of software programmers was approached for a surprise interview of the Adlershof Journal during their lunchbreak.
Software programmers appreciate Adlershof’s variety
Who says there’s no culinary variety in Adlershof? The Adlershof Journal’s team decided to put things to the test and stumbled upon our staff having a cup of coffee at the cafeteria Oase Adlershof. In the interview, they talked about where to go for good food and drink in Adlershof.
Lunchbreak in the Coffeebar
Hanene Sayadi and her co-workers Ghassen Ben Mabrouk, Slimane Ben Harbi, Deepak Thota, Wassim El Hariri, software programmers at InSystems Automation: “We always go out to eat together, since we also work as a team. We like to either go to this cafeteria, to Subway or to the Asia Sushi Bar on the other side of the road. In the Coffeebar, we enjoy the coffee and the croissants, especially for breakfast. What we miss is a typical Arab or Turkish restaurant – the only one we know is the falafel-restaurant Livas in the Kaufland mall, which sells good kebab. Here in the cafeteria, we like the oriental wraps.”
250 years of history
Adlershof looks back on more than 250 years of history, during which this location has made a name for itself in the sciences in particular. By now, 1013 businesses have made this place their home and employ about 16000 people, on top of which there are also 6500 students. It comes as no surprise that gastronomical enterprises would decide to settle here as well.
InSystems was founded in 1999 by managing directors Henry Stubert and Torsten Gast and has grown steadily ever since. By now, the team has grown in size, to more than 50 people. InSystems is also always on the lookout for new talents to join us. We offer interesting job opportunities to beginners in this business, professionals, students and interns, be it via open-ended full- or part-time contract or opportunities to work on bachelor’s and master’s theses.
The full interview can be found here: http://www.adlershof.de/news/durch-adlershof-gefuttert/