Rockstar Fruit Punch + Titanfall = Big Win for Trinity

Veronica Cannon has been working in technology her entire career, but moved into coding more recently, completing a full-stack software development program at Hackbright Academy in 2014. Trinity is lucky to have found her and brought her into our growing development team! Not only is Veronica a talented developer, she is very involved in great communities like the Reno Collective and Women Who Code, where she acts as a Director.  Welcome, Veronica!

Q. How did you get into coding…

I’ve loved coding since my first programming class in college.  That soaring triumph you feel when you get your first “Hello World!” program to work doesn’t go away.  I still get that buzz from coding.  And from Rockstar Fruit Punch.

Q. What happens when you aren’t coding?

Prepare for Titanfall

Q. How did you decide to work at Trinity? 

Their goal “to be a seamless extension of our client’s team and good stewards of their resources” really resounded with me.  I was also intrigued by the opportunity to make business web apps with a broad toolset.  The Trinity team is genuinely amazing – good people with integrity.

Q. Your go-to lunch is…?

Sushi – nothing better than hamachi nigiri.

Q. If you could be a super hero, what would be your special power?

My special power would be to use my finger like the Point of View gun from Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.

Q. Your favorite spot in Nevada?

The Reno Collective!  Co-working and community in downtown Reno.

Q. Best book you read in the past year?

Ready Player One by Ernest Cline

By | 2018-09-05T16:39:42+00:00 May 15th, 2015|Reno, Technical Development, Trinity Employees|0 Comments