An internship in Cloud Computing. Greece for 50 days. Aaditya talks about his experience and how things came by!

Aaditya of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) at SRM University, AP- Amaravati would be seen at the SRM University- AP, Amaravati’s Cloud Computing classes hosted by Python- engrossed and visibly interested. The reduced cost, refined usage of personnel and robust scalability of Cloud Computing made Aaditya grow curious with each day.

From the very outset, concepts of IaaS, PaaS and SaaS seemed intriguing to this young scholar and he would take notes, practice and revise theories almost every day. The result? A super amazing internship for 50 days in Greece.

Artia Nano Engineering in collaboration with CulturePolis vetted numerous resumes that arrived at their desk- from AIESEC. However, Aaditya Jain of SRM University- AP, Amaravati received a call within almost few days.

CulturePolis is a private non-profit organisation based in Corfu, Greece belonging to the Civil Society Organisations – CSOs). It operates mainly in Europe and the Mediterranean Basin. The organization’s main aim is to contribute – through research, analysis, debate and dialogue, as well as targeted action in information / awareness across verticals. The company in association with Artia Nano chose Aaditya for their new project to build a globally compatible website and connect it to the Cloud.  The 19 years old packed his bags and immediately left for Greece on March 7, 2018!

For 50 days, Aaaditya was reporting to work at the Peristeri office of Artia Nano Engineering. He would pull 7 hours’ shift for 5 days a week and his work would primarily involve- improvising on the old website, creating a new one and integrating functions with cloud servers. He reported directly to Vasileios Laopodis, Founder of CulturePolis and there was “learning every day”.

“Things were amazing! Living in Greece has always been my dream and the internship was nothing short of a dream coming true. I made friends from Czech Republic and Greece. I celebrated Greek Easter along with the natives. I tasted Souvlaki and a lot of interesting Greek recipes. Time flew by!” says Aaditya excitedly.

He is now back with his enriching experience from his summer and believes that the exposure taught him the value of strategic planning and work ethics and helped him enhance his technological skills immensely. “A good internship can do wonders and if given the opportunity, you must grab it no matter what,” concludes Aaditya.

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