As a junior software developer, I get to learn every day and also to work independently – this functions really well in small teams and with a good mentor by my side. At least that’s how I remember my experience when I look back on my first year at Nexans autoelectric. Since then, I have been part of our international project team for customer-specific cable sets – KSK 2.0 for short – and develop solutions for different modules. I had previously studied KSK primarily in engineering and logistics, but now my understanding of it is completely different.
Communicating – structuring – finding creative solutions
Naturally, interaction with my colleagues also plays an important role. The good impression that I gained of my fellow workers during my student internship a few years ago has proved to be completely true. In a word, I am very happy.
The next step: Dual studies in information technology
If everything works out well – and it currently looks like it will – I will be starting my dual studies in information technology at a university in the area in the winter semester of 2020. This is the right path for me because it gives me the perfect opportunity to combine scientific learning at the university with the practical and exciting challenges at Nexans autoelectric.