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Elena is a Transifexian

Mike Giannakopoulos
June 3, 2014
1 min read

We’re excited to welcome Elena to the Transifex team! When you have questions or run into issues, she’s here to help solve them and make sure you’re able to successfully localize your products with Transifex.

Elena

Elena got her start with computers as an 8 year-old girl when her parents brought home a PC one day. She was ecstatic. It didn’t take long before Elena asked her parents if she could take programming courses. Luckily for her, they agreed. And so she learned Pascal as her first programming language, getting her ECDL certification only a year later. Then in 2007, Elena would enter the Computer Engineering & Informatics Department at the University of Patras. The rest, as they say, is history.

In her free time, Elena enjoys ballet, playing the guitar, horse riding, fencing, traveling, singing, learning foreign languages, cooking, reading, acting, and biking, among other hobbies. She’s definitely a polymath, and so it made perfect sense when she said “never getting tired” would be one of the super powers she’d like to have.

Mike Giannakopoulos

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