From an Intern to a Developer My Software Engineering Internship Experience at Abhyaz

06 Mar 2023 06:10 PM Comment(s) By Bhoomika


I'm Bhoomika Chaudhary, and I worked at Abhyaz as a software developer intern for a month. I'm happy to be a part of this group. With this blog post, I'd like to share my experience of working as an intern at Abhyaz.


Internships are an invaluable way to gain hands-on experience and develop both personal and professional skills. My internship with Abhyaz has provided me with real-world work experience in a company. It gives hands-on experience in a real-world setting. I now have a better idea of my professional goals and what I want to do in the future as a result of this. Even while the previous month has been extremely difficult, it has also been fascinating. As I was constantly encountering new issues and had to come up with answers, the tough jobs inspired me to learn something new every day. It was quite intriguing because we had to come up with fresh suggestions on how to carry out the assignment, improve its effectiveness, and use it in the real world.


Despite being a remote internship, it always seemed like an actual office setting. The BigBlueButton UX makes it easier to collaborate by enabling you to connect with your team in a conference, share your screen, show your work, and get comments as if you were sitting right next to them. 

I worked on numerous projects throughout my internship, and as a result, I have a lot greater understanding of platforms like GitHub, Lumi, and Zoho Catalyst. I had never heard of Zoho before the internship, but it has helped me become much more familiar with this cloud computing platform. I spent time working on the catalyst to create a variety of Abhyaz-friendly applications. My mentors Jayanthi mam, Tamizh sir, and Dinesh sir helped me throughout the internship, and I am grateful to them. I also want to express my gratitude to my colleague for all of their help and responses. Working with the company was such a wonderful experience and a pleasure. I would like to express my gratitude to everyone I have interacted with for helping to shape who I am today. It's been a fantastic adventure, and this is my first job.


In a nutshell, I'm appreciative of the skills and knowledge I've gained during my time as an engineering intern. I also value having a supportive staff that has always guided me in the right direction.

For their constant support and guidance throughout the term, my mentors Jayanthi Mam, Tamizh Sir, and Dinesh Sir deserve my sincere gratitude.

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