Ex­pe­ri­ence re­port Kevin

Ju­ni­or Soft­ware Developer

Hel­lo my name is Ke­vin Zil­ke I am 21 ye­ars old and fi­nis­hed my ap­pren­ti­ce­ship as IT spe­cia­list in the field of ap­p­li­ca­ti­on de­ve­lo­p­ment in Sep­tem­ber 2018.
I com­ple­ted my training in the in­ter­nal de­ve­lo­p­ment team and have been part of this team ever since.

As the name sug­gests, this team deals with the de­ve­lo­p­ment of in­ter­nal pro­grams (data ac­qui­si­ti­on pro­grams). Du­ring my training I was able to get to know many dif­fe­rent teams and col­leagues through ro­ta­ti­on, in­clu­ding the in­ter­nal de­ve­lo­p­ment team. This made the tran­si­ti­on from “ap­pren­ti­ce” to “per­ma­nent em­ployee” re­la­tively easy for me, as I al­rea­dy knew all my team col­leagues and the to­pics co­ve­r­ed in this team were not new to me.

When I fi­nis­hed my training, I star­ted working on a new tech­no­lo­gy tog­e­ther with a col­league from the home of­fice. We crea­ted a so-cal­led “pro­of of con­cept” pro­ject to find out which new func­tions the­re are in this area and to what extent we can in­te­gra­te them in our com­pa­ny. This fa­mi­lia­riz­a­ti­on ser­ves as a ba­sic buil­ding block and tem­pla­te for fu­ture work in this area. Howe­ver, not only fu­ture pro­jects but also pre­vious pro­jects in this area are to be trans­fer­red to the new tech­no­lo­gy. In ad­di­ti­on, I have been in­for­med a litt­le about fur­ther training and have come across the so-cal­led “Ope­ra­ti­ve Pro­fes­sio­nals”. Here you have the choice bet­ween 4 are­as in which you can fur­ther edu­ca­te yourself. I in­tend to do this as soon as I have at least one year of prac­ti­cal ex­pe­ri­ence be­hind me.


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