Joël Ngana is 20-years-old and a 3rd year electrical engineering student at the University of Southampton in the UK.
I’m currently working on an app called JamJar. It aims to help people in a co-working environment to collaborate and communicate better with each other.
I’ve already lived in six countries so the actual move to Bali and adapting to the culture was okay.
Dojo is awesome because you get to meet different sorts of people. It’s a very diverse group of people. There are people that are doing sales and also cryptocurrencies. You can just meet them and talk to them. It’s really open.
Even though most people want to get their work done, they’re almost always open to talk. They host workshops and talks where you can network. There are also other events. It’s a very good place to work, learn and make new friends at the same time.
This internship has changed the way I looked at work. Like I said, I didn’t know anything about co-working or digital nomadism before I came here. Before I came here, all I knew was office spaces and desks. But this is a lot more appealing.