Nguyen Van Bao Khanh: Let DSV Lead You to Success

 / August 17, 2022

A little bit of nostalgia

So, it’s only a week or so before the two-month internship is over. “Two months” is not a long time, but it is enough to leave me with many beautiful memories. Just a while ago, I was still feeling a bit confused when I first stepped into a big technology company like DSV. But now, I feel a bit sad when I think that I will soon have to say goodbye to this great family.

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What did I learn at DSV?

First of all, it must be about code. I used to think that I was not good at programming, and my technical skills were only at a basic level. I knew a lot of things, but only at the conceptual level and had never applied them to any real projects. In comparison, the people around me were really good, which made me feel a little bit insecure about myself. “Will I be able to pass the internship?” That was the question I always asked myself every morning when I woke up. But that was also the motivation that kept me trying harder every day.

The people at DSV

I am very impressed with the working environment at DSV. The company has a comfortable working environment, flexible working hours, and creates a space for employees to play and relax. This helps everyone feel comfortable and have a better work ethic.

At DSV, I had the opportunity to work with mentors, fellow interns, and senior employees who were very enthusiastic and dedicated. I learned a lot from them, both in terms of professional knowledge and soft skills.

Thầy giáo đang chỉ cho học trò cách chơi ping pong.

I feel that my time interning at DSV was a very beneficial and wonderful experience. I have grown and developed a lot since then. I am very grateful for the opportunity to have interned at Designveloper.

Here are some specific things I learned during my internship:

  • I learned a lot about the full-stack development process, including HTML, CSS, JavaScript, React, and Node.js.
  • I learned how to work on a team and collaborate with others.
  • I learned how to communicate effectively with both technical and non-technical audiences.
  • I learned how to work under pressure and meet deadlines.

I am very excited to apply the knowledge and skills I learned at Designveloper to my future career. I am confident that I will be a valuable asset to any company.

The advice for future interns

If you are a student who is looking for an internship, I would highly recommend Designveloper. It is a great place to learn and grow. Here are some tips for future interns:

  • Be prepared to work hard. Internships are not just about learning, but also about applying what you have learned.
  • Be open to feedback. Your mentors and colleagues are there to help you improve.
  • Don’t be afraid to ask questions. There is no such thing as a stupid question.

I hope that my experience at Designveloper will be helpful to you.

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