Exciting times as a global trainee at Husqvarna Group


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Hi everyone, now it’s time for me to write another post about my experience of the Trainee Program at Husqvarna Group. I wrote my last post, more than a year ago, and I can’t believe that it has already been a year. I guess time flies when you have fun!

Now I’m sitting in northern England reflecting over my last 1,5 years and I’m grateful to be a part of this great company and Trainee Program. What great experiences and learnings I’ve got during this time, I’m sure it will have a positive impact on the rest of my career. I will soon move back to Sweden after being in England for 6 months working in Manufacturing Engineering and Product Support.

Mandatory football match  (Newcastle)

But before I start my next rotation I will fly to Shanghai for a week of training with the other trainees. During this week we will visit our manufacturing sites in China as well as the main office in Shanghai, which I very much look forward to. These weeks in between the rotations are great! It is always fun the meet all the other trainees and share laughs and experiences. We also get a great opportunity to boost our career and increase the understanding about the challenges and opportunities within the Group.

The last six months, I’ve spent in our factory in the UK, where we make our robotic lawnmowers. It has been a great experience with great co-workers, both at work and outside of work. During this period I have spent half my time with the manufacturing Engineering team, focusing on new technologies and automation opportunities. The second part I’ve spent with Product Support, where my focus has been more towards process development activities.

This will probably be my last blog post here, but not the last from the trainees at Husqvarna Group, don’t forget to check them out! And if you are interested in hearing more about the Trainee Program and manufacturing, let me know in a comment.

Picture from presentation skills training in Charlotte NC. (Part of last training)

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Tredje praktikperioden – ICC


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Hej!

Då var det dags för mig att blogga. Vi traineer är fortfarande ute på praktik. Jag har redan hunnit vara i två team och sitter just nu i det tredje och sista teamet som jag ska vara i under praktikperioden.

Vad har jag fått göra då?
Jo, en mängd olika uppgifter. Jag har fixat buggar, gjort ny funktionalitet och snuddat lite vid SQL-frågor. Det har varit både front-end och back-end. Jag har främst utvecklat i Java och JavaScript. Just nu har jag praktik på ICC som bland annat håller på med integrationer. Min första uppgift var att skapa en integration och jag har även fått vara med och se hur en brandman jobbar på ICC. En brandman löser bland annat problem som kan uppstå när kommunikationen mellan olika system inte fungerar som det är tänkt.

Jag har lärt mig mycket under praktiken och alla team har varit väldigt välkomnade och hjälpsamma. Den sista delen av traineeperioden består av tre månaders provanställning, där vi ska vara i ett och samma team. Nästa vecka ska vi även få önska vilket team vi vill vara i under dessa tre månader. Jag har trivts bra i alla team (vilket är väldigt kul) så jag har inte riktigt bestämt mig vad jag ska önska ännu, fast jag börjar närma mig ett beslut. Jag tror det blir bra vart jag än hamnar:).

Här kommer en bild på Kenneth och Dennis som jobbar på ICC.

Trevlig helg!

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GKN – Aktivitetsvecka 2


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Hallå alla läsare,

Mitt namn är Signe och jag är en av traineerna på GKN Aerospace och det här blir mitt första inlägg på traineebloggen. Som Lisa nämnde i sitt förra inlägg så är en av förmånerna av att vara trainee på GKN att få åka på så kallade aktivitetsveckor, där man får besöka intressanta företag på eget initiativ. I december hade vi vår andra aktivitetsvecka och vi valde att bege oss ut på en europaresa och vi besökte Hamburg, Amsterdam, Noordwijk, Papendrecht samt Paris.

Resan började med en privat helg i Amsterdam där vi träffade några av våra traineekollegor från förra årets traineegäng som gör sin utlandspraktik i Nederländerna, det var mycket roligt att se dem igen och få höra hur de har det, speciellt eftersom vi snart behöver börja fundera på var vi vill åka.

 

På måndagen vankades det besök på ESTEC som drivs av European Space Agency (ESA), den europeiska motsvarigheten till NASA. Dagen började med en gästföreläsning av Paul Spudis, en amerikansk rymdforskare, som föreläste om sin forskning kring ”the Value of the Moon” och pratade bland annat om hur vi kan utnyttja månen som resurs. Efter föreläsningen fick vi vet mer om ESA som organisation och hur internationella samarbeten fungerar. Vi fick också en rundvandring i deras grymt imponerande materiallabb samt se laboratoriet för framdrivningssystem. Dagen avslutades med en 3D film av den internationella rymdstationen och rundvisning i deras visningshall.

 

Nästa anhalt på resan var Fokker Aerostructures i Papendrecht, Nederländerna, där vi först fick en presentation om företaget och dess historia, följt av en rundvandring i produktionen. Fokker är ledande inom tillverkning av stjärtpartiet för affärsjetplan vilket vi även fick se, mycket häftigt! Efter besöket var det dags att ge sig av mot Paris.

Företaget näst på tur att besöka var GKN Driveline utanför Paris. Drivline är en av de tre divisionerna på GKN och även fast vi tillhör samma organisation så är skillnaderna stora. De berättade om sin verksamhet och visade entusiastiskt upp några av deras drivknutar och drivaxlar samtidigt som de gav avancerade tekniska redogörelser för hur de fungerade och hade utvecklats. Det var mycket roligt att få lära sig mer om GKNs andra verksamheter.

Det sista företaget att besöka var Safran som är beläget utanför Paris, en jättesite med ungefär 5000 anställda. Vi fick först en rundtur på deras egna museum som innehöll element från hela flygindustrins historia, från att bröderna Wright flög sina flygplan 1903 till 2000-talet där Safran arbetar för fullt med sina framgångsrika motorer LEAP samt CFM56, mycket intressant! Dock var höjdpunkten på dagen när vi fick besöka final assembly linan och se de stora motorerna sättas ihop på riktigt. Vi fick också se de effektiva monteringslinorna för att klara av den framtida upptrampningen av produktionen pga hög efterfrågan från kunderna.

 

 

Utöver alla företagsbesök så har vi ju självklart hunnit med lite annat skoj t.ex Heineken museet i Amsterdam, sightseeing i Paris samt julmarknad i Hamburg, bara för att nämna några aktiviteter. Gillar man att resa, träffa spännande företag och lära sig om andra branscher så aktivitetsveckan ett perfekt inslag i traineeprogrammet, och vem gör inte det?!
/Signe

 

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GUI-tungt på PoF


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Hejsan allesammans!

Den här veckan är det jag som står för blogginlägget, och jag tänkte skriva lite om vad jag hittills har fått göra på PoF, min nya praktikplats under praktikperiod 2. PoF står för Projekt och Företagsstöd och det är i de här systemen som företags- och projektstöd hanteras. Om du som företagare vill investera i fiber ute på landsbygden exempelvis, så skickar du en ansökan till Jordbruksverket. Den ansökan hamnar i ett system som kallas Flit, och Flit förvaltas av PoF. Flit är ett av de större systemen på Jordbruksverket, och det har varit både utmanande och lärorikt att sätta sig in i hur det fungerar.

När jag började på PoF fick jag en uppgift som traverserade i princip alla systemets lager (är du nyfiken på vad jag menar med lager kan du googla “domain driven design”). Flödet börjar uppe i gränssnittet som användaren ser, sedan går det hela vägen ner i databasen. Jag kände att det lärde mig väldigt mycket om hur man navigerar i Flits kod, och det har gjort andra uppgifter betydligt lättare.

Vad som inte har varit lätt däremot, är att förstå sig på front-end delen av Flit. När jag pluggade på universitet kretsade mina studier kring “ren” programmering i C++, C, C#, Java o.s.v. Jag är kort sagt väldigt ovan vid front-end (Angular, AngularJS, Javascript, Typescript, CSS och allt det där). Så trots att front-end-delen av Flit bara står för grova 20%, så lägger jag nästan 70% av min tid på att programmera och testa saker jag bygger i Flits gui. Samtidigt har jag lärt mig så väldigt mycket om just front-end. Länge har jag känt att det är något av en svaghet jag har som utvecklare, så det känns bra att få bygga på mina kunskaper inom området.

Nu tackar jag för mig och önskar er alla en utomordentlig helg. Adjö!

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SKF – What a time to be a global trainee!


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Hi everyone, and a special warm greeting to all of you aspiring future trainees out there! Welcome to another blogpost and “peek” into SKFs Global Trainee Programme.
My name is Rasmus and I am one of the trainees currently in the midst of this exciting journey. If you still have not checked out what my fellow trainee-colleagues have written here, I highly recommend you to check that out too.
I graduated from business school last spring and in late August I was one of 11 lucky to start the programme. Now six months have past since and wow- how time has flown! It feels like yesterday we gathered – from all over the world – at the global headquarters in Gothenburg for our trainee introduction month. After that, we all went back to our home country employer to begin the first of three rotations and I haven’t met many of my fellow trainees since October. Therefore, I’m looking very much forward to seeing them again in March as we gather before our second rotation.

Global trainee colleagues – from the left: Li (China), Rasmus (Sweden) and Matteo (Italy).

 

So, what have I been up to since then? Well, my home department within SKF is Group Central Finance & Business Transformation so intuitively that’s where I could have been over these first months. However, during my first rotation, I have been given the opportunity to tag along with one of the sales organizations – Industrial Sales Sweden. This has been a fantastic opportunity to see and learn about SKFs value propositions ‘in action’ and also how SKF, together with customers, work to make Swedish heavy industry more competitive in the age of globalization.

So, since October, I am spending most of my time in the Solution Factory here in Gothenburg – which is the base for the Swedish sales unit as well as some other functions, and a very nice place to work and meet colleagues from different areas

 

Enjoying a nice coffee-break outside SKF Solution Factory in Gothenburg during my first week.

With the Swedish sales unit, I have gotten the chance to work on multiple projects. Since I have a background in finance, I have been able to help develop different kind of performance measurement reports – but also things completely out of my comfort zone – like working with and assisting our brilliant application engineers. I have also gotten the opportunity to visit customers, factories and other SKF locations in Sweden.
Two months ago, I went with the Swedish management team to Katrineholm to visit our foundry there and in just about two weeks I will go on a combined trip to Lulea/Kiruna to meet with colleagues and customers way up in the Swedish north. What an amazing time this is to be a global trainee and to get the opportunity to meet and learn from so many people. No day is like the other!

Me (far left, big smile) and the Industrial Sales Sweden Management team in Katrineholm getting a guided tour of the foundry

As a global trainee, I also have the chance to represent our programme at various occassions where we meet with students and aspiring future trainees. These meetings have been both fun and rewarding experiences  – it is very enjoyable to talk about something that you really like with people who are genuinely interested and want to know more.

In November, I went to the Swedish Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm (KTH) and talked to students about SKF and our trainee programme. Without a background in engineering I must admit I was a little nervous, but it turned out I had no reason to be. The students were very interested in what I had to say and gave me a warm receiving, just like I had been told by my fellow trainee colleagues who went to other student fairs over the last couple months.

Speaking at KTH, Stockholm

Next up for me is Germany. I will be moving there at the end of March for my second rotation over the spring/summer. Although I have truly enjoyed my first six months here in Sweden, it will be very exciting to go “out in the world” and see what a Swedish, world-leading technology company looks like in a different cultural setting. During this time, I will get the chance to work up close and learn from multiple functions in the organization, including logistics, renewable energy and taper roller bearing strategy.
I’ll say it again – what a great time to be a global trainee!
/Rasmus

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Vi på GKN Aerospace


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Hej Traineebloggen!

Detta är första inlägget från oss traineer på GKN Aerospace Sweden i Trollhättan. Jag som skriver, Lisa Markusson, vill börja våra inlägg med att berätta om GKN och lite om min upplevelse av traineeprogrammet. För vilka är GKN Aerospace kanske du tänker? Fler känner till oss under namnet Volvo Aero, vilket vi hette fram tills 2012 då vi blev uppköpta av det brittiska bolaget GKN plc. GKN var i framkant för västvärldens industriella revolution och grundades för över 250 år sedan, då som ett järnverk i Storbritannien. Idag är GKN ett högteknologiskt företag med över 58000 anställda med stor global närvaro i över 30 länder.

GKN Aerospace är en av tre divisioner och verkar inom den häftiga flyg-och rymdindustrin. Vi i Trollhättan är HQ för underdivisionen Engine Systems vilket utvecklar och producerar motordelar till både Rolls Royce och General Electric för att nämna några, men även till våra Europeiska rymdprogram. Trollhättan har en unik fördel inom branschen då vi har kunskap och kapabilitet för att både designa och tillverka motordelar till alla stora motortillverkare på marknaden. Det är det som gör det så roligt att jobba här, iallafall enligt mig! En stor del av våra 2000 anställda i Trollhättan jobbar inom R&T och teknik vilket gör oss till en stor spelare att räkna med.

Det är GKN’s bredd som gör det intressant

Traineeprogrammet på GKN Aerospace i Trollhättan har haft en given plats på företaget sedan 1986. Sedan dess har cirka 150 personer gått programmet och 75 % av dessa jobbar fortfarande kvar, många inom högt uppsatta positioner. Det skulle jag säga är ett bra betyg och en stor anledning till att jag valde programmet. Hur ser programmet ut då? Programmet är 18 månader långt (eller kort?) med de första 12 månaderna placerade i Trollhättan. Här har du stor möjlighet att själv forma din utveckling genom 4-6 rotationer på avdelningar runt om i företaget. Jag började min tid på GKN med att jobba inom R&T medans jag nu är placerad i produktion. Under din tid i Trollhättan varvas dessa rotationer med spännande studieresor runt om i Sverige och Europa till de företag som ni själva vill besöka. Vad sägs om ett studiebesök på Airbus i Frankrike, ESA i Holland eller Volkswagen i Tyskland? Vi besökte bland annat Safran i Frankrike innan julledigheten vilket ni kan se på bilden nedan. Jag tittar storögt in i en LEAP-motor som sitter på Airbus 320neo eller Boeing 737 MAX. Sedan är det dags för din utlandstjänst i 6 månader, kanske på en av våra sajter i USA eller varför inte på ESA i Holland? Dessa 18 månader är fulla av utmaningar, kunskap och nätverkande som jag njuter av i skrivande stund.

Traineeprogrammets upplägg och en bild från ett studiebesök (dec-17) på Safran i Frankrike.

På återseende!

/Lisa

 

 

 

 

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Andra praktikperioden påbörjad på Jordbruksverket!


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Hej igen!

Det var ett tag sen jag bloggade..
Missade mitt förra inlägg då jag var på Grönland. Riktigt häftig upplevelse, rekommenderas, men nog om det för nu är ni såklart sugna på att veta hur det går för mig på Jordbruksverket!

Den andra praktikperioden är nu påbörjad, vilket innebär att jag bosatt mig hos ett nytt team!

Först och främst vill jag säga stort tack till mitt förra team, Team Seals.
Det var ett riktigt välkomnande, härligt och hjälpsamt gäng som bjöd på spännande arbetsuppgifter, sprintplaneringar, möte med kund m.m.
Sen får vi ju såklart inte glömma fika, glöggmingel och julstämning!
Jag har lärt mig otroligt mycket under min tid hos detta team och haft väldigt roligt.

Det nya teamet jag hamnat i heter ICC (Integration Competency Center) och för att göra en lång historia kort kan man säga att det är teamet som sitter i mitten och hanterar kopplingar mellan olika system.

Jag närmar mig nu att ha varit hos ICC en hel vecka och jag måste även här säga att jag har tagits emot med ett varmt välkomnande och spännande uppgifter. Det är alltid klurigt i början, men jag får den hjälp jag behöver, så so far so good! 🙂

Jag hoppas alla har haft en bra jul och jag önskar er en god fortsättning!

Jag avslutar detta blogginlägg med några bilder från Kangerlussuaq – Grönland

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What I’ve been up to, SKF Global Trainee Programme


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Hi Traineebloggen, it’s me Carl, previously just a reader, now a writer.

A little more than a year ago I was a reader of Traineebloggen, but then as a senior in Mechanical Engineering at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg. I had just started to feel a mixture of anxiety and excitement about the future, what do I want to do, with whom and where? And who would want me to do something, somewhere with someone?

Traineebloggen gave me answer to what I want to do (become a trainee), and SKF gave me the possibility to discover new somewheres and someones, so I’ll try to help you guys out, by sharing.

I started as a Global Trainee in Application Engineering, in August of 2017 together with my ten trainee colleagues from across the globe. Would love to tell you more of our intro-month, but Saien and Henry has already got that covered (click here for Henry’s & here for Saien’s posts).

From the intro month: Off work challenge, escape room with Saien, Li, Allan and Dennis.

Clarification of tasks and short description of what I’ve been up to.

Application Engineering: Working very close with the customer to optimize the bearings arrangements. Could be in different phases, either in development phases with Original Equipment Manufacturers, improving current arrangements or root causing failures and prevent them from occurring again. This means that it’s both a strong customer and technical focus. The teams the customer meets consist of Sales, Customer Service and Application Engineering, to be able to cover their needs.

Customer visits: After a couple of years buried in literature, it was really exciting to get out in the real world, at our customers. Sounds pretty cheesy, but working in the engine bay of a towing vessel together with two 37 litres diesel engines was a blast. We conducted service on the drive-train, which included physical inspection of bearings, housing, lubrication and mounting of seals. The service job gave me valuable insight in both the technology and customer relations.

Project: In Sweden, we are set to increase the competitiveness of Swedish industry. Meaning that we need to be in the forefront when it comes to technology, organizational efficiency and being able to deliver the solutions our customers expect. To facilitate for this, several improvement projects are ongoing, and mine is focused on how to increase the value to the customer by having a closer collaboration, and how to set up the business for such a collaboration.

Education: Hybrid bearings in Steyr, Austria. SKF’s site in Steyr develop and manufacture bearings with ceramic rolling elements and coated steel bearings for electric insulation. As an engineer, this is really exciting, since the properties of such bearing are vastly improved in some areas compared to all steel bearings. These bearings are lighter, can run faster, with less lubrication, in more contaminated environments without the risk of being damaged from electrical currents. Meaning that these bearings are the “pièce de résistance”, located in some of the toughest places, such as F1 gearboxes and aerospace applications.

A demanding application and a long collaboration, SKF and Ferrari.

What happens next: In April I’m moving to Brazil for five months, to get to know another part of our global organization. I’m really excited about the journey, since I’m convinced I can contribute to their daily operations and challenges, and also to grow and learn as a global citizen. Hopefully, next time you hear from me, I have more to tell you about this experience.

For you: If you also want to spend 18 months: challenge, learn and develop, both yourself and SKF, apply “here” (for applicants based in Sweden).

SKF Wave 2 Trainees

 

If you have any questions, feel free to use the comment section.

Take care!

/Carl

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From Fika to Electrification


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What do Swedish coffee breaks, internet of things, chainsaws, lithium batteries, and robots all have in common?……….me. I have interacted extensively with all of these things and many more through my time as a Global Trainee with Husqvarna Group.

I joined Husqvarna Group after finishing my electrical engineering bachelors at Georgia Tech in the summer of 2016. My trainee journey began at the R&D test department of the North American headquarters based in Charlotte, NC. It was a wonderful way to get hands on exposure to the products and begin building, what was to become, a very extensive network of useful connections.

Product training in the forest of Huskvarna –   Battery Chainsaw

Come September I traded in my steel toed boots for a pair of tight jeans and a parka, then boarded my first flight for Stockholm, Sweden.

In Stockholm, I joined up with the other trainees for a week of introduction to the global organization. Here is where I had my first experience with the Swedish tradition of Fika: a coffee break with colleagues and friends that’s often accompanied by a nice pastry (to really understand just check out the Fika song https://youtu.be/oRIeytEXGhQ).

Breast Cancer Awareness in the Stockholm Office

I jumped right into my next rotation with the Stockholm based Technology Office. In the technology office, I worked extensively with the Battery Box project. An exercise in IoT, sharing economies, and strategic corporate partnerships. It was an exciting experience to stretch our thinking around how we interact with our customers.

After a few months, I headed south to the thriving metropolis of Huskvarna, the namesake and largest Swedish site of our Group. In Huskvarna I worked initially with the Pro Battery test team. I got to work extensively with our line of professional lithium powered hand tools and their related products. This gave me a terrific opportunity to familiarize myself with the lithium batteries systems that are rapidly changing the face of the industry. While in Huskvarna I also had the privilege of working with the Automower development team. The Automowers are easily the most electrically complex products in our portfolio and many will argue that they are the future of several segments of the industry. Here I was given the opportunity to help map the development process for the hardware team and in doing so became quite familiar with all the onboard systems.

Before I knew it 9 months had passed and it was time for me to head back to my home base in Charlotte. I ventured out from my technical background to spend 6 months working with our purchasing team. It is always important to work outside of your comfort zone sometimes and I found that I very much enjoyed the face time I got with our current and potential suppliers. I have gained a new appreciation for what they do and I am very glad I had the chance to experience a new perspective.

Trainee Project Management Training in Ulm, Germany

As I am wrapping up my time in Charlotte and preparing for my next and final international rotation in Germany, I look back on the last year and a half. My time in Sweden was a fantastic cultural experience. My world view has been expanded and I made friends and connections that will follow me for a lifetime. What stands out most clearly is just how valuable that cultural experience is, especially in this international work place. I am so grateful for all the technical knowledge that I’ve learned in my time so far. It is obvious that the future of this industry is intertwined with technology such as lithium power and IoT, and it is imperative that we facilitate development in those areas. However, what I value the most from my time as a trainee and what I believe will take me the furthest, are the relationships I have developed along the way.

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Working as a Trainee at the Swedish Board of Agriculture


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The IT-trainee programme at the Swedish Board of Agriculture (SJV in short for Statens Jordbruksverket) is a wonderful opportunity to kickstart a career in IT sector. It is 9 months long training programme with a clear intention to recruit all who participates in the programme. In 2017, almost 60 graduates competed for this programme and only 6 people were selected including me. The selection process was in Swedish and it included several interviews, a written programming test, and several group work tests. The six of us has graduated from different universities in Sweden and comes from different cultural backgrounds. My personal feeling is that we have one quality in common and that is being ourselves.

The Swedish Board of Agriculture is a government organization where approximately 1300 employees work. It works very closely with the European Union and the Swedish government. The purpose of this organization is to build a good natural environment, to help the farmers, to boost rural development and much more. Read more about it at the following link.

http://www.jordbruksverket.se/omjordbruksverket/verksamhetochorganisation

Since September this year, I am working here as a trainee and it has been very productive in terms of competence growth and team collaborations. I find it very exciting and interesting to work with other trainees and people who have been working here for a long time. We recently had a Christmas party which was festive, gorgeous and fun. We also participated in bowling with colleagues, Halloween party, breakfast club and lots of quality fika time within very few months at the Swedish Board of Agriculture. Personally, I think it is a very alive place and I have experienced that the working culture of this organization includes a great deal of respect for each other, positive attitude, fast and honest feedback and solving problems together.

We have had 3 months learning period and now we are in the practice period which is also 3 months long. After that, we are going to have trail employment period for 3 months.

I worked in a team called POF during the first part of the practice period. My key responsibilities were frontend Javascript (Angular JS and Typescript) development and backend Java development. I have implemented 3 new features and one bug fix in a period of 13 working days for the release in February 2018 called Flit 2.9. FLIT is a big system for managing and controlling EU funds for a wide range of projects and distributing support money to farmers and companies. It contains hundreds of Java web services, a simple frontend with Angular JS and Typescript, Postgres database, Java message services to communicate with other internal and external systems and much more. It took a few days of time for me to get the development environment properly up and running. My mentors Magnus and Jane explained to me how this huge system works and answered all my questions. From first-hand experience, it seems to me that Java EE and Maven modules are a complicated combination and a considerable amount of time is required to get things up and running during installation, compiling code during development and testing the tests.

The working flow starts from a Jira issue, it can be a new functionality, correcting fail implementation, bugfix or something else. Then we start a Git branch with a reference to the Jira issue. When programming is done for the requirements, tests are written to validate and verify the usability of the code. Usually, tests require more codes than the requirement itself. When tests are passed, we push the code to remote branch and open a merge request to the targeted release branch. At this stage, a Jenkin instance automatically begins to build the new code into the expected release branch and tests all sort of tests. If there is no problem or errors up to this stage, a code reviewer will review the code and merge it into the targeted release if everything is alright with the code.

Other than programming, I have been to spring planning, kompismöte where we discussed Jira issues, utvecklingsmöte where we discussed best programming practices. The team has a few software development consultants who work for other or own companies.  Also i have worked with two trainees from last year who has got a permanent position in this team. Overall, I have enjoyed the time at team POF, my colleagues were very helpful, special thanks to Magnus, Jane, Pierre, Peter (Developer), Michael and Peter (Team leader). I have definitely learned a lot and I feel myself one step forward in terms of my competence, personality, and professional growth.

Christmas and New year holidays starts from this weekend and after that, I am going to continue the practice period at team SEALS where new challenges awaits for me. I wish everyone a happy new year 2018.

 

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