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My time in the BU Fleet Manager

Sin­ce the end of March 2020, I have been as­si­gned to the BU Fleet Ma­na­ger team.
Here, an ex­ter­nal ap­p­li­ca­ti­on is being de­ve­lo­ped that di­gi­ti­zes and stan­dar­di­zes com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on bet­ween work­shops and fleets.

At the be­gin­ning, I got an in­tro­duc­tion to the team, their tasks and pro­jects. I was also al­lo­wed to choo­se right at the be­gin­ning which di­rec­tion I wan­ted to go in, front­end or ba­ckend. I op­ted for the front­end and was then al­lo­wed to work on an in­de­pen­dent project.

Here I have pre­vious­ly com­ple­ted a tu­to­ri­al on the ba­sics of An­gu­lar and Ty­pescript to gather pri­or know­ledge for my up­co­m­ing pro­ject. The goal was to crea­te a tool for en­t­e­ring ap­p­li­ca­ti­on texts in or­der to be able to add and edit them. With this pro­ject I was able to con­so­li­da­te my new­ly ac­qui­red know­ledge and gain a lot of new experience.

Af­ter I fi­nis­hed the pro­ject, I was sche­du­led into the sprints. Here I was sup­po­sed to pro­gram dif­fe­rent re­qui­re­ments for the ap­p­li­ca­ti­on. This in­clu­ded, for ex­amp­le, ad­ap­ting the lay­out of an exis­ting page. Fur­ther­mo­re I fi­xed some bugs. By par­ti­ci­pa­ting in the sprints, I got to know the team mem­bers bet­ter, as well as their way of working and de­aling with each other.

Due to the cur­rent si­tua­ti­on, we worked most­ly in the home of­fice, but I was still able to gain a good in­sight into the team and was al­ways well sup­por­ted when I had questions.

I am loo­king for­ward to my fur­ther time in the BU Fleet Ma­na­ger and to my pro­ject work, which I will also wri­te in this team.

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