Not even this year did we break our tradition of summer internships. We have had two students, Lora and Marko, working on a real project, as is a custom with our internships. What did they do, how did they manage, and more find out in the blog post!
And, like every year before, the interns were wonderful - hardworking, clever, eager to learn, and easy to get along with. :)
What did they do?
During the internship they knew how important it was that the game had no flaws. What they didn't know is that the visual style of the quiz is as important as the code behind it. They challenged themselves with mixing colors, adding animations, and combining various effects. Using #websc colors was a nice touch. :)
The game, led by Lora who was a part of our Web Summer Camp crew, had a great success at its debut at the Camp. Kudos!
If you are interested, the quiz is available on Github:
What did they say?
Besides the educational part, we enjoyed having them in our crew, even if only for three weeks. And this is how our interns felt.
It was motivating that it will actually be used at Web Summer Camp in Rovinj. This internship showed me what my future job will look like and I hope it will be in a company like this one."
Marko: "During this internship, I did not only learn about web technologies and libraries such as jQuery and Handlebars, but also gained experience in topics which traditionally receive less attention in college, such as teamwork, managing the project source code, and communicating your ideas.
I would recommend that my fellow students apply for this internship. Working here is pleasant and stress-free, and I've found every member of the team helpful. It will help you progress in your career and studies, and it is an experience you will neither regret nor forget. Plus, the food is great. :)"