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Iteration 1: Orientation
The iteration involves the introduction into the company structure, processes, authority, tasks and responsibilities of the various cadre of administration. It is the iteration where all the company rules and regulations, as well as the quality standards of the company operation, were in explanation. I had to have a thorough knowledge in this iteration in the light of my tasks in Vision Technology Company as a network storage area administrator.
Ahead of the actual day for the orientation I visited the company’s website as well as the Internet for me to have the know-how on the tasks in which I would have involvement. I carried out the research on their website and had some quality of information that would help in executing my duties in the Vision Technology Company as an SAN administrator. The Internet also gave me a lot of information on the SAN administration. Another source of that gave me a good amount of knowledge is the interaction with my friend who had an internship in the same company but in a different field. He helped me understand a lot of things about the company operations and the codes of conduct while in the company as an internship student. I also planned to make a visit ahead of the reporting day so as to have in-depth and first-hand information rather than having only the second-hand information from the third parties.
I interacted with some company employees, and they helped me to have a better understanding of the company operations and what I would expect during my internship period in the company. I planned to understand more during my experience with the company and to develop more attention in this orientation session. I planned to give more attention to the areas that I thought I did not have a good amount of knowledge as explained by my friend and the other Internet sources and employees. I planned to have all the codes of conduct and ethical standards of the company on my fingertips so as to avoid conflicting with the company rules and regulations.
I arrived in time on the company premises before 8 O’clock because the first impression, as I learned, was very important when going any place for the first time. I reported to the reception office where I had further direction on what to do in preparation for the orientation session that was the main activity of the day. They the receptionist gave me an internship card for which I would be showing at the gate every time that I reported. He also told me of the time to arrive and helped understand that coming late was intolerable in the organization as it would culminate to dismissal and termination of the internship contract. She gave me somebody to guide me to the human resource manager who was top take me through the basics of the company in terms of intern behavior and expectations.
The human resource manager took me through the company rules and regulations and told me that the interns were no exception of those rules. He told me how the company rules were in connection with the statutory rules that defined the employee conduct and the quality standards of any company operations. The rules were in the light of the employees’ conduct while in the company and outside the company as Vision Technology representatives. The human resource manager took me to the company and showed me the various cadres of administration and their responsibilities. He helped me understand the areas and offices that were out of bound for the internships and visitors to the company for security and privacy reasons. He then gave me over to the internship coordinator who was to take me through some of the internship requirements.
The internship coordinator took me to a certain room where the remaining part of the orientation was to take place. There I found some other attachés and the orientation coordinators waiting for us before the orientation would continue. The internship coordinator opened the meeting and explained his role as a staff and as an internship coordinator. He told us as interns that we were to report to him on all matters about the internship and mistreatment if any. He told us to be reporting to him every day’s activity for record purposes. The system administrator and the database administrator took their turns and explained their roles about the internship tasks allotted to them. They told us the areas they would be handling during with us during the internship period. They told us what to expect in the remaining iterations so as o prepare in advance.
I observed that the company had good organization, and everybody was on toes as we passed round. Idling itself in the company was a punishable offense, and that is why everybody was businesslike. I also observed that the human resource manager was a talkative person, and he liked course jesting sometimes. That made him be in good terms with the employees. I also observed that there were good incentives for the employees, and that is why they had a high motivation for work as the human resource, the manager told me. I also observed that everybody understood what there were to do, and there were no conflicts. Even the administrative structure had a well organization, and everything moved on in the right direction. From the observation is that there were strict rules regarding employee conduct and their needed ethical standards.
I also observed that the internship period entailed a lot from the breakdown of the activities that the internship coordinator gave me. An intern was to be as busy as the other employees, and there would be no difference between the employees and the interns. I also observed that the interns come to act as a booster to the other employees so as to help deliver the required outputs at the right time and with the required quality. I also observed that the company had an obligation to the state and the community, and it had to deliver outputs as per those expectations for the society and the state. I observed that that society, as well as the state expectations, was part of what made the company put very strict rules that governed employee behavior and quality standards of working. In the process of meeting those expectations, the company was also meeting their individual goals and objectives according to the company mission statement and their vision.
According to my observations, there are things that went well, and there are others that did not go well the way I would expect it to be. The things that went well are for example the enumerations for the employees. The company gave them a good pay, and that made them have a high morale for work without complaining even when they had worked for extra hours. The company, the human resource manager, was also a friendly person, and he was always available for consultation when needed. He listened well to employees, and they reasoned together on the way to make things better for the employees for the purpose of boosting their morale for work. The division of authority and the general organization of the company were commendable. The departments were in the proper organization, and the related offices were close to one another for the purpose of having the proper coordination of work.
The company employees also had good morals, and I noticed that even from some community members that I had interaction with when I went to visit for the first time. I had a good time interacting with the employees, and they were very friendly and helpful wherever I needed their assistance. But although there were numerable things that went on in the right way, there must be one or two that did not take place in the right manner. The good payments came with its disadvantages of employees being overworked at the expense of good remunerations. The other thing that did not go as I would expect is the lack of incentives for the interns, and yet they had very crucial duties for the company as other employees. I suggest that there be incentives given interns to help them carry out their duties in the right way. The intern incentives would help the interns to cover some costs such as traveling costs and accommodation.
Iteration 2: Training
In this session, I would receive training on the storage area network on maintaining, monitoring and tuning of the company servers as well as other network security devices. I would learn how to ensure the security of the company data in carrying out of proper backups, server maintenance, proper configurations, and the creation of reports. I would have interaction with various experts in those areas to give me insight on what I would be doing during my internship period.
I familiarized myself of the SAN through researching Vision Technology website prior to the material day of the training to have a general knowledge of that area. I arrived at the company ground a few minutes to 8 am on the material day of training ready for the day’s task. I was very much prepared to have the SAN administration concepts at my fingertips at the end of the session that was to take three days. I met with the interns’ coordinator, and he introduced me one of the project team members Mr. Johnson, who would be my mentor during my period in the company. Mr. Johnson had the mandate to guide me through to the room that the training of interns was to take place. I arrived there and found some interns already seated and had conversations. We had exchanged the knowledge in the subject area before our trainers came.
Later the interns’ coordinator came into the room; he introduced himself and welcomed all of the interns to Vision Technology. He gave each one of us a timetable schedule of the training session and the areas on which we would have training. He explained how it would take place, and he insisted that we needed to pay much attention as that would determine how best we will carry out the projects we will have after the session. He told us that each would receive an assessment and then a project assignment for each regarding how we score the assessment. Depending on the intern’s performance, the company takes one intern for employment, the one who performed well on the assigned project (J. Clare, Personal Communications, January 10, 2015). The project lead, database administrator, and system administrator came into the room, and the training started forthwith.
The training enriched me on the server maintenance tasks including the server integration, change management, and event audits. They trained me on how to perform monitoring of the storage environment and to carry out capacity planning for optimum working of the server and the whole system. They trained me on how to ensure server availability in carrying out the proper allocation of tasks and how to kill the unnecessary processes that waste the server bandwidth.
Fault isolation and troubleshooting
They trained me on how to detect, diagnose and solve faults that may occur in SAN. It involved the training on how to report failures, how to monitor and identify storage devices, the interpretation of messages and error logs, and the monitoring of fabric channel failures. It also entailed the carrying out of routine equipment checks and doing preventive maintenance of SAN equipment. They trained me on how to troubleshoot and fix issues that would be a threat to information security. I also received training on how to carry out installation and updates of the security software such as the antivirus programs and firewalls.
SAN fabric and connectivity
I received training on how to connect the SAN via a fiber channel and the use of such technologies as the switch, gateways, and routers. I received training on how to carry out point-to-point connections between CPUs, workstation, and a simulation accelerator, and between a file server and storage array. They trained me on how to connect a loop to a fiber channel switch and how to scale up fiber switches, increase their performance and ensure availability.
Storage management and backup
I received training on how to carry out resource pooling including disk pooling, server clustering, and logical volume partitioning. I learned how to configure as well as administer the redundant array of independent disks and its associated components. I learned how to carry out the configuration of and administration of data restore and recovery and the maintenance of storage aspects of new server integrations. I also learned how to analyze storage requirements, carry out capacity planning and planning for the performance of storage components. I learned how to maintain the proper backups and backup schedules, how to restore data in case of crisis and the way to facilitate off-site data storage.
I observed that server maintenance is an essential task of an SAN administrator as the server is like the engine of the vehicle without which the vehicle cannot move. I observed that server maintenance entailed very close monitoring of the user activities and noting any network faults so as to ensure there is high performance. I observed that every user activity is observable and under control from the server.
Fault isolation and troubleshooting
I observed that the earlier detection of faults and isolating them is very vital, and that is achievable through troubleshooting. I observed that one had to have thorough insight on SAN system as well as its related components and understand how to interpret error messages. In also learned that the security software updates have to occur now and then so as to ensure that the software are up to date with the latest versions installed.
SAN Fabric and connectivity
I learned that a fiber channel SAN makes use of fabric connect devices. It makes up a complex channel by connecting hubs, switches, and gateways. I learned that the fiber channel SAN network has the capability of scaling storage by enabling connection of thousands of devices on its network. I also observed that the fiber channel can enable high capacity point-to-point connections between servers, server and storage array, etc. I also observed that it is possible to connect a loop to a fiber channel and increase the capacity of the switches as you improve availability and performance.
Storage management and backup
I learned that the storage area network allows connection of numerous storage devices and thus entails the storage of a lot of information. That information needs to have proper storage and be available as and when required for company operations. I learned that I needed to know how to carry out proper disaster planning and backups to ensure the availability of data and continuity of business. I observed that there had to be the maintenance of a backup schedule and ensure proper configuration of the off-site storage devices as well as carry out preventive maintenance on them.
The session was very enriching regarding the storage area network administration and the trainers were experts who had in-depth knowledge in the area. The training schedule went on as planned and covered all the areas that it was to cover according to the timetable that the trainers gave us. The trainers kept time, and they switched between activities very quickly when it was time to do so. The training session had well coordination and each trainer understood their subject area well and ensured that they did what was in the requirement for the training. What also went well is that the trainers moved with the interns in every step, ensuring that the trainees grasped all the concepts for the training. They carried out their duties well without any supervision. That means that the management was not authoritative because they gave their workers freedom in carrying out their duties without fear that somebody was watching them.
There are some things that did not go well as I expected. The trainers skipped other things that they thought was a common knowledge to the interns something that was not the case. I think that there was poor allotment of time for some activities that led to leaving out of important facts that would be helpful for an intern. Some of the training sessions took place via a video clip, and this gave us only the theoretical knowledge. As much we could see the progress of the process on the clip, we needed to interact with the real system because interaction with the actual system or process gives sticking knowledge. I suggest that every task involve active involve of the interns in the actual systems and components involved in the training.
Iteration 3: Project assignment and coding
The iteration entailed the development of an Android mobile app after the issue of the assignment that required me to develop an interactive mobile gaming application. The development was to take place using the Android Software Development Kit that is usually applicable when developing Android apps. The operating system for the mobile app was Microsoft Windows.
I revised all that I learned during the training session to ensure that I understood the clear development of mobile apps, especially on Android platform. I also revised various approaches regarding Android mobile application development including the software development lifecycle to make sure that UI understood the processes involved. I familiarized myself with the Android development tools such as the Java JDK6, SDK, Eclipse IDE and the Android development tools (ADT). I used the two days for preparation given to carry out a thorough practice on the development and to have intense insight in the field.
I familiarized myself on the coding requirements for on Java and the rules in the application. I consulted some of the sources including journals to help me prepare well so that I would not have much difficulty in carrying out the required task of mobile application development coding. I planned to work out the project work with commitment even it would entail burning the midnight oil top ensure that I made the quality required and the schedule. I planned to make consultations with my supervisors so as to ensure that what I would develop would have a market value for the company. I drew a plant that would help me to complete the task within the time specified. On the actual day of the project development on set, I arrive in time, and the supervisor showed me a desk from where I was to work.
Environment set up
I ensured that I had the Android mobile application development components by carrying out their installation on my personal computer from where I was to work. I downloaded the Java Development Kit from the Java site on Oracle website; I installed it and configured it accordingly. I did the same with the SDK and Eclipse and carried out all the required configurations on the plug-in. I also made sure that I set up the plug-in for the Android Development Tools. After ensuring that they worked in the correct way, then I embarked on the development work.
Development of the Graphical User Interface
UI made a wireframe model of the way the UI would look like for the app and then developed it, according to those guidelines. I made it interactive just like the way a combat gaming application should be ensuring that the user will interact with the device in the easiest way possible. I created the menu items and ensured that I did not clog the interface with too much information. I included on the interface only the menu items that needed to be visible and linked some of the items on other pages that had details of the actions. On the graphical user interface, I included the close button, the help button, the level and the pause button. I made sure that the graphical icons were captivating so as to draw users’ interest.
Building and running the application
I coded all the pages as required using the Java programming language as it is the one applicable to the Android environment. I created all the pages and made the necessary connections between the pages and with the database using the Eclipse Java editor. The Android’s ApiDemo application available in the SDK was very vital in helping in the coding process. I included the necessary security measures for the application so as to ensure that there were no security loopholes. I also created the pages for the error messages to help the users of the application to get error messages when they make a mistake. I also debugged the app to ensure there were no errors in the modules and to ensure that they worked well in coordination. The debugging process was via the Eclipse debugger that enabled me to run the Android SDK on the Dalvik virtual machine under Android.
Environment set up
The setting up of the Android mobile app development environment was an enjoyable task although it was very involving. What made me successful was the knowledge I had from the training session. I came to understand the way the environment works, and I realized that the Android development environment is something easy to comprehend and make use. I realized that if there were no proper installation and configuration of the environment the coding process would be a difficult task. Also coming back to install the required component after the development work has started would be problematic.
Development of the graphical user interface
I observed that the graphical user interface has to be as appealing to the users as possible because it is the point of interaction with the application. My coordinator had to help me in setting up the user interface that would ensure that the users have and enjoyable interaction with the mobile app. I observed that the information required to be visible on the interface should be as limited as possible so as to avoid the clogging of the interface with too much of unnecessary information. I also came to learn that the interface is one of the first things required in the development of a mobile app because it gives a direction on what the app entails for easy coding. It gives the features for which you will have to code.
Building and running the application
I observed that the coding process is the one that entails a lot of commitment and is time-consuming. It took almost three-quarters of the whole time allotted for this iteration that was two weeks. I observed that one needed to have a thorough knowledge of Java development so as to have easy coding. I realized that I had to apply not only the knowledge gained from the training session but also the one I learned in class for the accomplishment of the project coding. I observed that the Android development environment incorporates a good number of development components that help its developers to have easy development of applications. Such components that were very helpful include the Eclipse Java editor as well as the EpiDemo application. They gave the clear guidelines on how to edit texts and the use of the various programming keywords. I also observed that every development needs also to entail the debugging process that helps to uncover the error of that may exist in the code.
The assignment and coding iteration is the one that entails a lot of hands-on activities and entails taking a lot of care when executing it. Most of the things in this session went on well as I anticipated and that the reason I was able to complete the work in record time with fewer difficulties. The knowledge I had from the training session was very instrumental, and the choosing of the project assignment was in light of most of the training. There was a good amount of freedom accorded to me so that I was comfortable in working on my project minus and fear of being under pressure. Every day that I reported early in the morning even before eight the room was open, and I did not have difficult working on the project. The company provided both physical and moral support that helped me to achieve my goals.
There are a few things that took place the way I did not expect for instance the supervisor was unavailable for consultation purpose whenever UI wanted him. Although he said he was busy, the company then should found a way of assigning someone who was not very busy as such because the case was not similar to other interns. The PC on which I was also using had problems or hanging every now, and those made me have some difficulty in the coding process and almost lagged behind schedule. I suggest that Vision Technology should carry out periodic and proper maintenance of their computers and other machines so as to avoid the occurrences of such problems.
Iteration 4: Checking the requirements and configuration of assigned mobile application
This iteration entailed the deployment of the project team for the analysis and examination of the developed mobile application to ensure that it met the required specifications. The session would involve me actively, but I would have to participate partially especially in making inquiries and trying some of the tasks of making necessary rectifications on the app.
I planned to participate fully in the session so as to learn from the experts on how to carry out the requirements and configurations checking of the mobile application. I had a review of the app prior to the actual date of carrying out the checking process and revised the objectives of the application. I did some few modifications and wrote down some of the areas that I guessed would not be satisfactory to the professionals and for business purpose. I drew workflow diagrams to help me explain the application well to the team members because the task also entailed my explanation for the app’s functionality. I did some practice on how to carry out the project presentation to ten team members so as to remove any fear that might come up during the presentation process. I also ensured that I prepared my demo well so as to avoid frustration in the last minute.
I dressed properly from the house as it is in requirement when you are making a presentation before professionals. I went to the office very early and familiarized myself with the room ahead of the day’s activity. I had never been in any project team before, and that was my first time and a good opportunity for me to learn much from them in the light of my career. Some team members later joined me in the room, and we had a talk for some time before the session commenced. I learned that the session was to take two weeks as per the other iterations so as to make sure that it covered all the requirements as per its main agenda.
The session began with the presentation where I was to explain the way the application worked before the intense checking of the requirements would take place. I explained the application from start to end without fear and tried to answer the questions to the best of my knowledge. The questions are what led to the main agenda of this iteration. The team had a brainstorming session where they gave various views and opinions about the project and drew the timetable schedule on how to go about it. They began with the examination of the way report showing the way the data collection and the analysis of data took place. They examined the project objectives and checked the interface to find out how it made those objectives.
They put into consideration several users of the system including children and the handicapped. They compared it with the principles of interface design and noted down some of the changes that were in the requirement. They then examined the Coding page by page to find out if it met the objectives, the quality requirements and the programming principles for Java and platform independence. They checked all the modules and the way the interconnection between the modules took place. They checked all the features if the application to see how the coding took place and what was not inclusive. They deployed the application in various versions of the Android device to see whether it was version independent and the behavior in those environments. That is the place where they noted several required changes in the code for it to perform well and have to withstand a professional scrutiny.
They checked the configurations of the mobile application and had to write down some changes in the requirement that would make the application to perform at its best without any problem. They then checked the security requirements of the system and tried to optimize the security so that the users would feel secure to work it. They made sure that the application provided the required outputs and was quite interactive as required. After completing of checking of the requirements and configurations, they documented a report to show the changes required for the app and how the system would be working. The report would be for the viewing of the project lead for confirmation of the work done.
I observed that the process took much of the time than I had anticipated. The team had much experience with projects, so they knew what they were to look for in the project. The presentation process was for me to understand well the system and to understand what in the requirement was should I have such an involvement of project in the future. The presentation and the questions session helped me to understand fully the features one would include when developing a mobile application for market purposes. The team was very much market-oriented because Vision Technology is a consultation company that develops mobile apps for various operating system and offers consultation services. I realized that their work was entirely for ensuring their clients satisfaction.
The team had well coordination according to my observation, and they all understood their duties well. I also observed that the brainstorming session was helpful in making the team collect and amalgamate their diverse views and opinions to come up with a perfect consensus. I came to find out that the project team members had specialization in various fields of the system and software development, and so that made them give professional opinions. The team was looking at the module by module rather than taking a holistic approach to the checking of requirements and configuration. I realized that the process required such professionals in the carrying out of the duty because it entailed having such people with a record of experience in the field.
I observed that the configuration of the application was something that you cannot ignore. It is because it made the application to work with the other systems on the Android devices and to have wide usage over some devices without having any problem. I also observed that the team was very considerate for the interns as they paused sometimes to allow the interns to make inquiries and ask any questions. I also realized that the team documented every task they carried out so as to know the areas that they made changes and why they had to design it that way. I also observed that the team was very vigilant with time.
The session went on well as highlighted in the team’s plan. The team made use of a timetable schedule to ensure that they did everything on time and that they delivered the necessary out outputs in the steps as needed. The tasks had a well organization and their approach to the problems at hand was very commendable. Another impressive thing about the iteration is that they had me involved, and that made me learn some things that I did not know before. Although the team worked under a tight schedule, it did not compromise the quality of their work. They did a commendable job as the project lead even noted it. The supply of the necessary tools and equipment also took place in the right manner. The team ensured that everything required was in place before they would commence any activity and that made them avoid many problems.
The session was very enriching by giving the insight that I was eager to have in my career. It helped to refurbish and redefine my career as a storage area network administrator and as a quality analyst. It also helped me acquire the necessary insight in the area of mobile application development. The things that did not go well are the lack of intern involvement in the actual task of making rectifications on the application. I suggest that the team needed to allow me to make the changes as they gave direction on how to go because with practical skills I would have more understanding in the area than just watching. Save for that, everything else went on well, and I felt happy to be part of the team. It inculcated in me also the team spirit that would be helpful in the future.
Iteration 5: Testing and resolving issues of mobile application and implementation
The iteration involved the effecting of the changes noted on the application from the previous iteration. The team again to have a meeting to resolve those issues noted, and the process would result in an application that would be implementable and usable in the market. The session would entail a lot of testing, and it would be the main stage in the software development life cycle and the one that would be most involving. The session was to go for two weeks just like other sessions and it would my last iteration in the Vision Technology Company.
I revised all that I learned in the previous session and familiarized myself with the problems noted with the application and tried to visualize how the resolving will take place. I also made some recap in the testing process of a system and the type of testing available including the tools for testing a mobile application, especially in Android development. I planned to follow all the process to understand fully the way every task took place so as to finish on a good note from the company as this would be my last task involvement in the company. I planned to make everything I would learn stick in the permanent part of my memory as this would be helpful in future when I would be an employee elsewhere.
I planned to make the necessary inquiries where necessary so that I would acquire insight on entirely every concept in this iteration. I wrote down my objectives for this session of the things that I would like to have intense knowledge on and during the process I would be concentrating on those objectives. I also planned to learn anything new that would be essential in my career and my life as a whole. I planned to interact fully with the team members in this session for me to gain the necessary skills and have a good record in the company for employment consideration later after school.
The team carried out the testing of the mobile application and developed the test cases after every testing. They tested all the modules using the necessary tools for the Android application development. They also tested the workability of those modules in wholesome. They made use of the various type of testing such as the beta testing, the acceptance testing, usability testing, unit testing, alpha testing, just to name a few. They carried out the testing on various platforms and made use of the various tools available. After the testing the team took the test cases to the review team to have a look on the way, testing took place and to make a recommendation for a go ahead with the implementation.
The review team had the review of the testing process and recommended for some more testing to take place and more platforms to have the inclusion of the testing. They then carried out the retesting again under the recommendation of the senior developers until the review team had satisfaction, and then they let them carry out the necessary changes. When the review team had satisfaction with the changes made then, they gave a go-ahead for the release of the prototype of the application for the users to have a look and experience. The users then would interact with the mobile application and with it and then make suggestions for the changes they may wish to take place and the feature they would like to have inclusion.
The users suggested some of the features they would like to have inclusion in the application and the team made the necessary changes and released the final version of the mobile application. The next thing was to carry out the implementation that is the final stage of the software development life cycle. They carried out the implementation of the mobile application on several versions of the Android devices, and when they realized it was working properly, they planned the promotion of the app. They also wrote the application documentation that entailed the user manual so as to assist the novice users to have easy of understanding of the app’s workability. They gave some of the apps to their clients to use them and realize the development.
I observed that the testing phase is essential for software development and is the most important part in SDLC. It consumed a lot of time because of the several tests that were in the requirement and the review process that took place after every test. I realized that after the team had carried out every single test there had to be the documentation of the test cases so that the review team would have a review of the test process. By examining the test because, the review team would understand how the testing took place and recommended either a go ahead with the implementation process of recommend a retest. That made it consume a lot of time.
I also realized that the team worked under a tight schedule and at some point they had to divide themselves into sub-teams in the pursuit of catching up with time. The sub-teams worked together in unison for them to accomplish their tasks in good time and with the required quality standards. The team worked even for extra time outside the office hours to ensure that they accomplished the testing process within the time specified. In also observed the team had active involvement of the interns in some tasks that did not entail much. I observed that the team was doing a very vital job for the organization in that they also acted as the quality assurance watchdogs for the company.
I also observed that the testing process must involve the users of an application especially the people that have an interest in Android environment for which the development was. I also observed that the end-user suggestions were very vital for the development of an application that would have the market orientation as well as pass user acceptance testing. I also observed that the testing should take place on various platforms and utilize the available several types of tests for it to have consideration as satisfactory testing. I also realize that the implementation must take place carefully on the environments as the testing took place. It had to occur after the thorough testing and resolution of the issues noted.
The testing resolution or issues and implementation process took place within the scheduled time and quality specifications. The team put in place the proper mechanisms to ensure that the process ended well without much difficulty and inconvenience. The team subdivision also took place in the right way as it had the basis of the members’ skills and those with similar expertise ended up being in the same subdivision. Also, the team gave the interns the choice to choose where they had an interest in and that made me opt to join the team that was handling something that would be too hard for me. So with that I learned a lot although not as much as I anticipated. Most of my objectives had an achievement though not all of them.
I had a good time in working with the team members and in the Vision technology in general, and I learned several things that I would apply in my career as a storage area network administrator. Most of the objectives that I had personally were in achievement, and I was happy to have my internship in Vision Technology. It helped me to interact with various individuals with various skills and characters and that made me develop in all aspects. The internship gave the necessary skills that were indispensable in carrying out my duties with confidence because I acquire the necessary skills. I would look forward to working in the same company as an employee because of the good terms and conditions of work in the company. I, however, would suggest few changes to take place especially in the area of interns’ involvement in the development work, so as to have them have active involvement in all spheres of development work.
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