Employee Spotlight: David Alberto

The Rimrock Corporation team is made up of many hard working talented individuals with interesting stories to tell. In our Employee Spotlight series, you’ll meet some of these people, learn what they do, and how they keep Rimrock exciting and fun.

David Alberto is an Application Consultant for the FIELDBOSS team. David was born in Antigua but was raised in the British Virgin Islands, specifically the island of Tortola. He moved to Toronto in 2007. Prior to working at Rimrock, David worked as an application consultant for another Microsoft Partner in the Toronto area.

When David isn’t busy implementing new projects, you can find him playing basketball and hitting up the gym.

Read on to find out more about David.

 

What do you love most about working at Rimrock & how long have you been here?

I’ve been working at Rimrock for just over 2 months. What I love the most about working here is the sense of teamwork. Even though a single consultant may own a project, there is still a lot of collaboration among the FIELDBOSS team and consultants.

Where is the best place you’ve travelled to and why?

I went to Colombia in December of 2016 to meet my wife’s family and to experience the culture where she grew up. Most people go to Colombia for the beaches of Cartagena (which are very nice). But the best thing I experienced in Colombia was the joy of the people. As everyone knows, the country has more than its fare share of issues, but for most people in Colombia there is nowhere they would rather be.

What TV shows/music/apps are you currently obsessed with right now?

I recently finished watching the first season of a Spanish Netflix series called La Casa de Papel (recently renamed to Money Heist). It’s an amazing show depicting an elaborate robbery of the Royal Mint of Spain.

Tell us a “fun fact” about yourself that your colleagues might not already know.

Working in tech was not my first choice coming out of high school. Playing jazz music was my passion and I was accepted into Humber College’s very competitive music program. I used to play in a jazz big band based out of Etobicoke. I doubled on alto saxophone and clarinet.

 

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