It was a great experience. I had the opportunity to develop a lot of skills and learn a lot about the company as a whole.
Everyone in the team appreciated my worked and helped me whenever I needed anything.
The support given by my manager and my mentor was great, they helped me to get used to the team's workflow and the technologies they were using. They gave important feedback and helped me become a better engineer.
I had a good life-work balance. I had enough time to get used to the tools and try to come up with my own solutions on my own pace, but while also having a lot of interesting tasks.
I feel that my work was important and will have a great impact on the team's future work. I didn't have that much exposure to other team projects, but it was interesting nonetheless.
I acquired a lot of useful skills, not only for study, but also for future employment. I learned to use a lot of common developer tools and understand higher level architectures.
We had a lot of internship events and parties, but at the same time this events helped us understand more about the company and its culture.
Everything was easy to setup straight away and I was able to be productive from early on.
We started by having a week of training in which we were presented company's technologies and learn more about style guides and libraries that they are using.
I think I did well during my internship and I proved some skills while developing others and if given the chance I would come back.
We were very close together and had the opportunity to connect more through the events organised by the company.
It was not very expensive, but not very cheap either.
I am not a big fan of nightlife but I know that there were a lot of nice places to spend your time around the workplace.
Yes, we had many opportunities to join volunteering events and get into communities supporting different categories of people.
Internship (1-4 Months)
Computer and Systems Engineering
Central London and City
4th October 2019