My time in Data Distribution

At the end of our time in the lear­ning of­fice, the trai­nees and stu­dents from the first year of the app­ren­ti­ce­ship were as­si­gned to the va­rious de­part­ments of the com­pa­ny. I joi­n­ed Data Distribution.

This de­part­ment, one of the lon­gest-stan­ding in the com­pa­ny, pro­grams in Java. Af­ter lear­ning the ba­sics of C# and Py­thon in the lear­ning of­fice, this time it was my turn to read the Java do­cu­men­ta­ti­on to get an idea of the syn­tax of this re­now­ned pro­gramming lan­guage. Fol­lo­wing this, I was gi­ven tasks by my in­s­truc­tor which I had to im­ple­ment in a pro­ject. Th­rough this, I lear­ned not only Java, but also the ru­les to be fol­lo­wed in “pro­fes­sio­nal” pro­gramming and the struc­tu­re that an ap­pli­ca­ti­on should have de­pen­ding on its purpose.

Usual­ly, trai­nees are as­si­gned small PBIs du­ring their time in a de­part­ment so they can get used to SCRUM and ex­pe­ri­ence what it’s like to be part of a de­ve­lo­p­ment team. Sin­ce my de­part­ment is curr­ent­ly working with PBIs that are a bit too com­plex for my cur­rent skills, I was­n’t as­si­gned one, but I was still able to learn and gain a lot of ex­pe­ri­ence th­rough my own pro­jects, and that’s what ro­ta­ting th­rough the dif­fe­rent de­part­ments is all about.

Start­ing in Sep­tem­ber, I will be working in the Or­der Ma­na­ger de­part­ment. I’m al­re­a­dy loo­king for­ward to mee­ting new peo­p­le and lear­ning new topics.

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