Zsolt Hari – The Hungry one

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Programmer Hari
Zsolt Hari

Who are you? I am Zsolt from Hungary, and no I am not hungry. 🙂 I worked in London for 6 months in 2007 as a junior programmer.

What are you doing now?

I am working in Hungary in our family business. I have also finished college in the Netherlands. Putting Webdezign on my resume has given me a lot of advantages by many companies where I have been applying for jobs.

Editors note: May we humbly tell our readers that you increased your family business with about 600% in sales by writing a website/software and that you now have taken the EU by storm. Or that the custom built GPS system that tracks all your lorries across europe was single handedly written by yourself? No? OK, well you did so WE will brag about it.

Tell us about a fun anecdote or a specific programming story you remember from your time at Webdezign?

My first job was to make website for a glamour model. At this time my colleagues told me about 10 times per day: “Zsolt is watching porn at work again”.

What was your favourite lunch?

The indian spicy ones.
Editors note: That’s another one for Lahore (Pakistani food)

Do you have an unforgettable moment from your time at Webdezign?

Poker night! 😀

Editors note: Yes, there is something magical about watching your Greek boss bathe himself in chips at around 4 o’clock at night.

How did you find & choose Webdezign in the first place?


I really liked the atmosphere, my colleagues and the fact that they trusted me and my code. I learned other things apart from programming that I can use in my own business to make it more successful.

Do you have any recommendations or suggestions for future interns/employees?

Best lunches ever! Interesting projects. And a funny Greek boss. 🙂

Can’t get enough of Zsolt?


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