Trai­ner Georg


Se­ni­or Soft­ware Developer

When my stu­dies of Soft­ware En­gi­nee­ring at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Ap­p­lied Sci­en­ces Heil­bronn slow­ly came to an end in ear­ly 2008, I was loo­king for a sui­ta­ble di­plo­ma the­sis. Through a fel­low stu­dent I came into con­ta­ct with the com­pa­ny Au­Da­Con IT-So­lu­ti­ons GmbH (as the com­pa­ny was then still cal­led) in Wei­kers­heim, whe­re I wro­te my di­plo­ma the­sis – a web tool for the trans­la­ti­on run – from May 2008 to Sep­tem­ber 2008.

As I found the working en­vi­ron­ment very ap­pe­aling and I also came to appre­cia­te my col­leagues, I was de­ligh­ted when I was made a take­over of­fer af­ter my suc­cess­ful com­ple­ti­on of my stu­dies, which I glad­ly ac­cep­ted. Un­til the in­tro­duc­tion of the new struc­tures, I worked in the team that pro­vi­ded the RMI (Re­pair and main­ten­an­ce in­for­ma­ti­on) for the cus­to­mers in the form of pro­gram li­bra­ries or web ap­p­li­ca­ti­ons. Ther­eby I spe­cia­li­zed mys­elf towards the ba­ckend. Al­rea­dy du­ring this time I came into con­ta­ct with trai­nees who com­ple­ted part of their training in the team and was al­lo­wed to give them pro­fes­sio­nal gui­d­ance. In 2016 I had the op­por­tu­ni­ty to take on more re­spon­si­bi­li­ty and pas­sed the AEVO exam at the IHK.

Sin­ce the re­st­ruc­tu­ring I have been working in the Data Ma­na­ger Tra­de BU in the RMI Ba­ckend Team. The­re we take care of the main­ten­an­ce, sup­port and fur­ther de­ve­lo­p­ment of the RMI pro­gram li­bra­ry and its web service.

In my pri­va­te life I can con­si­der mys­elf lu­cky as a staff mem­ber of my cat. Fur­ther­mo­re I like to play ana­log board ga­mes; which we also do on a fair­ly re­gu­lar ba­sis in the ga­mes evening we foun­ded with some like-min­ded trainees.

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