Under the mentorship of experienced engineers, I successfully mastered all the challenges and skills necessary for an industrial automation engineer.
As a DevOps Engineer, there are a lot of tools you can learn and a lot of paths you can take, so it's never monotonous and boring.
Being part of a team that always strives to achieve common goals regardless of obstacles significantly affects satisfaction with this job.
Today I am in the position of QA Automation Engineer, my favorite things at work are the positive atmosphere, great colleagues and plenty of space for learning and acquiring new knowledge.
My engineering journey at Avisto Eastern Europe has been a thrilling adventure, one that has taken me from the classroom to the heart of software development
I saw a great opportunity to work on developing new technologies, but more importantly, working on myself and learning by challenging myself out of my comfort zone.
Through constant work and commitment, I pushed my limits and confirmed my decision for my future profession!
As Mick Jagger said, "You can't always get what you want, but if you try sometimes, well, you get what you need."
I love being a DevOps engineer because I work in a great team with good communication and without pressure. One of the things I love the most is the variety of work I get to do.
Good job! You’ve made it through the interview process and got your first internship.