Amon Kivineva has just started a four-month trainee period at Trineria. He’s studying full stack software development and now it’s time for practical learning.
“During this trainee period, I expect to learn how programming happens in a proper work environment. As far as coding goes, I’m still taking my first steps so most things will probably be completely new to me. I hope to learn and internalise as much as I can, as effectively as I can, to take full advantage of this training period. I’ll be working as a team member in a larger project.
“As a child I’d make games with QBasic. This sort of laid the groundwork for programming. The passion for the old hobby got reignited later in my adult life. Work opportunities in this field seem excellent as well. On the software side of things, I’m mostly interested in frontend. This would allow me to utilise my skills in the visual arts.”
Amon lived in Spain for 13 years. He did jobs in graphical design, image processing, transcription, as well as translations of English into Finnish. Amon moved back to Finland last spring, and he now lives in Ylöjärvi, a town west of Tampere. His free time is spent mostly in the peaceful outdoors, one of the things that contributed to his decision of moving to Finland.
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