My name is Yağmur Yıldız, and I am about to take you on a journey through my recent internship experience at 52°North as part of my Master’s program at the University of Münster.
But first, let’s rewind a bit. My story begins during my Geomatics Engineering Bachelor studies in Turkey when I ventured to Germany for an Erasmus Internship. This adventure would spark a decision to continue my academic journey in Germany. I started my Master’s Degree in Geoinformatics and Spatial Data Science at the University of Münster in April 2022.
The recent DIRECTED General Assembly was held from September 18 – 21, 2023st in Cologne/Bergheim. This was not your average meeting, but rather an excursion into the world of real-world labs (RWL) and immersive simulations.
Are you wondering what it’s like to pursue an internship at 52°North (52N)? Well, this blog post aims to describe exactly that. My name is Merel and in this blog post will take you through my experience of doing a six-month internship at 52N.
This is it – the last blog post of my Google Summer of Code project. After months of coding, debugging, and even more coffee, I have finally finished migrating Kommonitor components from AngularJS to Angular. What an exciting journey it has been! At first, I was scared that the task ahead of me was too big to handle, but my outstanding mentors Christian and Sebastian were there to help and show me the ropes. Their guidance allowed me to complete this mission successfully and now the application is a hybrid one. These changes will guarantee KomMonitor’s enduring success for years to come. Here is how I migrated KomMonitor to Angular and what I learned in the process.