Heyy there, I’m Nicolas, a student from Odisee Ghent. I got my bachelor in Electronics-ICT (option ICT) this year and this blogpost is about my experiences at #oSoc16 so far.
For the past three weeks, I have been working on the Revit project as front end developer for Selor with my teammate Benjamin. Selor is a recruitment agency for the federal government. The goal of Revit is to facilate the evaluation of candidates during screenings based on specific sets of competences. Currently the jury evaluating candidates fill out forms on paper. Successfully developing our application would mean saving a lot of time and avoiding a lot of waste. And as we all obviously know: save paper, save trees, save the world!
What I’ve appreciated the most so far is the opportunity to learn so much! We briefly covered AngularJS at school but it was definitely not enough for Revit’s requirements. But it was not a problem at all, I was given enough time to go through a couple of Angular courses to be able to deliver. And on top of it, help from coaches and other students at #oSoc16 was just invaluable! Feedback could be asked about pretty much anything, due to the wide variety of profiles present. And to top it off, it has really been a pleasant environment to work in, people here are definitely passionate about what they are doing and we have quite a few Pokemon Go addicts ( though I have to admit I’m starting to be one too ) which is just awesome. The work locations are just great as well, a big Thank You to Selor and Proximus for having us!
We had a meeting with the guys at Selor today and they were already pleased with what we have achieved so far. There are only a few days left before the soft launch, so I’ll be getting back to work to make sure we deliver.
Thanks a lot for reading, here is an open source potato ( feel free to use ).