Who we are
I grew up in a slum in Cebu and at a young age I already learned that having a comfortable life is not something you get for free, you have to work hard to achieve it. Being the eldest out of seven siblings, I make sure that I share whatever I achieve with my younger brothers and sisters. I think that is the most important trait that I could share with my team, so that nobody gets left behind. I am truly grateful to our CEO for giving me a chance to be part of something big, that is why as a developer, I make my contributions by challenging myself everyday in order to make software solutions that would help the internet space easier to navigate. And as a manager, I encourage my team to always be grateful for an opportunity to create something useful for others while having fun doing it and to help build each other up within the team. I've never been anywhere outside the country and I dream of the day when I can visit other countries just by putting on a VR headgear then seconds later it will feel like you're there. I believe advancements in development technologies can make that possible. Going anywhere in the world within minutes - why not?
Renier John Sediego
Hello everyone and welcome to my Profile . My name is Renier and my life was started when I was born and raise not in Cebu but in Negros Island with simple life and living. I like solving problems where my knowledge capacity is hitting hard. I always do sports activities like bicycling , jogging and other physical activities to boost not only my immune system but also my mental state . I also love to hear party musics specially when i'm do coding stuff because I'm feel more focused and alive.
Born and raised in an island in the Philippines! Never been outside the country (hopefully someday I will) Started working at Acret with zero Drupal knowledge, since then with the help from my fellow colleagues I have learned a lot about Drupal development and also a lot more about software development! I am still learning as of today so if you have anything to teach, please teach me sensei!
Jessie Allen Añosa
"Kumusta!". I call myself Jessie! A Filipino nomad raised in Philippines. Currently a Front-End Developer here in Acret-PH which is an awesome job that highlights my passion in designing and making things look good. Working here taught me a lot with the challenges and experience new things which helped me grow and continue to thrive to be better and do better, together with the support of the team and management it drives me to push myself to my limits and break my boundaries to be one of the person who will you can count and rely on. To sum it all, I'm in my happiest designing and making my living most from it :) — and trust me, I know things.
Jhon Manny Loto
My identity has been shaped in the countryside part of the Philippines! To travel around the world is something I wish of. In spite of the continual struggle, faith and courage were my main motivation to keep going because I believe no matter how you feel, just get up, dress up, show up and never give up. Great things are yet to come. Becoming part of Acret-PH is a great opportunity for me to nurture my knowledge and skills. I started with a zero-knowledge in Drupal, yet it was never a hindrance for me to cope up and learn since my seniors and fellow workmates have been very helpful.
Gabriel Seth Ente
I'm a beginner software developer, with dreams of broadening my horizons. Working at Acret has been an eye opener, and has been an incredibly positive experience. As I work and gain more experience, one day I will become a more confident contributor not just to my job, but other aspects of people's lives.
I was born in Leyte but mostly stayed in Cebu for my studies and work. Started working in Acret-ph last January 2021. I am still new to Drupal and I am trying my best to learn as much as I can.
Jamaica Angely Mañus
I was born and raised in one of the highly urbanized cities of the Philippines. Never traveled outside the country yet but it has always been my biggest dream. I learned things in life at a very young age as the only person in the household who brings in the lion's share of income. Growing up with such responsibility drives me to become a better version of myself each time. Failure and determination were my key ingredients to keep going forward. Being part of Acret-PH is something I will always be grateful for. In fact, I'm rooting for a wonderful journey ahead while making progress each time.