Ex­pe­ri­ence re­port Patrick

Ju­ni­or IT In­fra­struc­tu­rer Engineer

I com­ple­ted my training with the suc­cessful pas­sing of my oral fi­nal exam in Fe­bru­ary 2019. Af­ter 2 ½ ye­ars of training I am now a mem­ber of the in­ter­nal IT in Munich.

I de­ci­ded to join the IT In­fra­struc­tu­re Team in Mu­nich, for which I mo­ved to the beau­tiful city of Mu­nich. The In­fra­struc­tu­re Team now con­sists of th­ree em­ployees and is re­spon­si­ble for the sup­port of the Mu­nich lo­ca­ti­on and the O365 en­vi­ron­ment. I also star­ted in the Share­Point team, which I knew from my work as a Key­U­ser for Vo­ca­tio­nal Training. This team con­sists of four em­ployees who are lo­ca­ted in Co­lo­gne and Mu­nich. As an em­ployee of IT In­fra­struc­tu­re, I am re­spon­si­ble for sol­ving user pro­blems, sup­port­ing ser­vers and en­su­ring the func­tio­ning of the com­pa­ny network.

I soon got fur­ther tasks, such as the de­ve­lo­p­ment in the Mi­cro­soft Power Plat­form, in­clu­ding Mi­cro­soft Flow and Mi­cro­soft Power­Apps, which I have al­re­a­dy used in my fi­nal pro­ject. At the same time, I had the op­por­tu­ni­ty to take part in a fur­ther training cour­se at the Eu­ro­pean Col­la­bo­ra­ti­on Sum­mit in Wies­ba­den. I at­ten­ded the con­fe­rence with a col­le­ague for th­ree days. I was also able to pro­vi­de IT sup­port at the Au­to­me­cha­nika trade fair in Bir­ming­ham. One be­ne­fit of this is the op­por­tu­ni­ty to get to know the sa­les re­pre­sen­ta­ti­ves and to vi­sit the other booths at Automechanika.

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