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Simon Wang

Simon Wang

Simon Wang

Simon Wang

Simon Wang

About Me

Hello, I’m Simon!

My name is Sihang Wang, currently an Engineering student in UNSW and my major is Software Engineering. In Joidea, I worked as a QA engineering focusing on the quality assessment and control of our products.

Why did I choose Joidea?

Joidea is a good place to start the career as a software engineer. We have experienced colleagues that are always eager to help. Our team will also provide lots of opportunities for the interns to improve their skills and gain more experience.

What have I learnt?

Since I am working in the QA department and my duty is to guarantee the quality of our products, I have gained much experience in testing. This includes frontend testing and API testing. I have also learnt some knowledge on automated testing, Katalon. These knowledges will help me a lot in my career.

Why would I like to recommend this program to my friends?

Experienced colleagues as mentors to help the interns when they have problems.

A very young and active team, team members are friendly, and I have enjoyed my time with my colleagues.

Many opportunities for the interns to improve the skills.

The projects and tasks that I have participated in:

  • Popsup
  • One Art

Skills that have been improved through the internship program:

Team communication skills​

Testing skills (looking for bugs and design flaws, report them to relevant department)​

The days I spent with the team

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