Autonomous (self driving) cars. Flying taxis. Robot Maids and House Keepers. Virtual Disney vacations. Space ships to Mars. TikTok, Instagram and other social media sites. The Central High School elevator. And, the apps on your mobile phone.
It’s the languages of machines that runs them all.
is a Senior Engineering Manager at Atlassian, an Australian software company that develops products for software developers, project managers and other software development teams with 8,813 employees in 13 countries all over the world.
Katarina and her team write the languages of the machines running your flying car, your mobile phone and so much more!
Katarina began the class by sharing her personal story from its beginning in the European country Slovakia to her career as a software engineer for an Australian company working from her home in Rhode Island.
Central High School senior Dinorah de la Cerda Cordon welcomes Katarina Lukacsy to the Life Skills class and exchanges business cards with her. Dinorah has now added Katarina to her growing network of successful, influential, ethical, caring people.
Dinorah leads Katarina into our classroom to her awaiting classmates.
Dinorah introduces Katarina as her classmates stand to show their respect.
Following Dinorah’s introduction, each student welcomes Katarina to their class and thanks her for taking time out of her day to share her story. Brayan Rodas Ibanez introduces himself and thanks Katarina for coming with good eye contact, a friendly smile and a confident hand shake. Good job, Brayan.
Jose Rivera Rodriguez welcomes Katarina to class as Walvyn de Pena Reinoso waits to do the same.
Katarina presents a world map to show the location of her native country, Slovakia, and the location of her company in Australia to emphasize the opportunities for skilled people in today’s global economy.
Following a series of introductory questions, Katarina rewards students for their insightful responses. Liz Acededo Pimentel accepts the reward.
Katarina begins her personal story and description of the career opportunities and compensation (income) for a software engineer / computer programmer.
Katarina shows the code written in collaboration by the class and input by Liz Acevedo Pimentel.