"Able to interact with company professionals including experienced teachers, which increases exposure to different technologies and knowledge sharing."
"This is kind of a confusing question. I enjoyed my time as being an intern and I have little complaints but the idea of being an intern is to one day be an employee. So at some point, I need to make real money doing real work."
"I wish I would have been able to stick around the company for a bit longer to see how the outcomes would impact the users, and how profits would increase but unfortunately I had to return to school."
"I love being able to work with all kinds of different people and departments on all kinds of different projects. Most of the work that I was assigned directly related to what I am going to school for. This only proved to me that I picked the right choice for my career."
"Great Experience studying at UC!"
"I'm learning a lot! It's giving me all the information I need to qualify for a job once out of college."
"You get to learn a lot and apply what you learn immediately as part of projects."
"I wish there was more Linux involved work."
"I loved working with other entrepreneurs to help solve there technical issues."
"In the first few days, I hated this job because I thought what I'm doing is totally different from what I learned at school, and I don't know the meaning of the job. But after I finished my first project at Ambarella, I gradually fell in love with this position. I got familiar with the industrial rhythm, and I can make great progress under the help of my supervisor and other colleagues."
"Of course not. But I know I can gain more experiences from real word project."
"I had the chance to improve my skills in Java and C++, discover new technologies (Apache Kafka and Storm) and to learn how to work and communicate in a project team."
"It was my pleasure to be a student with wright state university."
"It was a great experience and I don't regret spending the summer with them. I had a nice colleagues who assisted me and clarified about any details of their network."
"The most thing that I love about being a student is that I always have room for learning as well as looking for a way to improve myself so that I will be able to move on and accomplish bigger task. However, being a student has its drawbacks, such as knowing where to start as well as figuring out where to go next because at first upon figuring out what to do can be a daunting task but once figured out the benefits will come pouring."
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