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I am entering the final week of my second technical internship. I've spent approximately 3 months working as a Backend Developer intern. In keeping with the theme that I started last year, below are some of the biggest lessons and pieces of advice (in no particular order) that I will bring with me to future professional opportunities.
I just completed my first software engineering internship this past week. The opportunity to join a team enabled me to learn about the health and tech industries as a whole, software development, and myself.
Compensating individuals (monetarily or otherwise) for what they contribute is important. For me personally, there is a form of payment that is more valuable than anything else: genuine appreciation.
If anything good were to come from this ongoing global pandemic, I was hoping that it would be that people would slow down. Maybe we (by "we" I mean humanity) wouldn't be in such a rush to get to where we are going or be in such a hurry to get to tomorrow.