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Intern Blog: My Experience with INSZoom

posted by: Natalia Burris date: Nov 18, 2015 News comments: Comments Off on Intern Blog: My Experience with INSZoom
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My name is Prashanth Artal and I am currently pursuing my Master’s Degree in Computer Science at Arizona State University. During the summer of 2015 I was accepted as an Intern as a Software Developer at INSZOOM.com. Inc, I got a chance to work with experienced people within my industry of interest and all of the knowledge and experience gained is now helping me in my academics and studies. I found out and learned that writing meaningful code is more important than just writing a code.  If you are going to take the time to write code, make sure it is meaningful!

For my first two weeks as an intern I was working on performance tuning of stored procedures and later I was put onto a project for “automation of billing services for multiple product lines”. For this project I was directly working with the Vice President of the company.  Having the guidance and mentoring that came from the VP was an opportunity that I will forever be grateful for.  He gave me very good training on design and coding. I worked very hard on this project and I was very pleased that my code was accepted and moved to production (i.e., LIVE!!!). I know that many companies won’t provide the opportunity to allow interns to code let alone won’t push the interns code into production (GO LIVE) but here it happened!!  It is very encouraging to me that my code is still in production and being used by INSZoom.com.

I am grateful for the opportunity to intern, that I was able to work alongside the Vice President, and that I was able to experience so many things.  Thank you, INSZoom.com, Inc, for the opportunity, thank you to the management team and to the technical team for providing me support and guidance.  All of the skills learned will help me in my future endeavors and on my career path.

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