“Jerome the intern” here again. Bringing you coverage on this summer’s internship program at vTestify. I am honored to have been able to work alongside the staff here at the company. I have been taken under many wings and have learned a lot during my time here as an intern.

During my nine week tenure, I have been able to work on numerous different projects ranging from the average intern jobs to product/software testing. Some of my most memorable moments have been testing and developing future vTestify products and building some of the companies web pages. These tasks helped me mainly to practice and develop my coding skills. Testing the future products gave me insight into software developers and programmers daily work life. I learned how to test software for bugs and how to type up reports for developers. I would love to go into more detail, however, I signed an NDA which prohibits me from saying much more than that. As stated in one of my previous blog posts I have also learned a lot about court proceedings here in the U.S. and how vTestify’s product aims to reduce the cost of depositions.

It was also beneficial being exposed to a professional environment in which colleagues can not only work together but socialize outside of the workplace. The cohesive environment here at vTestify is unlike one I’ve ever seen in a professional workplace. My fellow co-workers not only aim to work together efficiently but also aim to build and develop relationships outside of the workplace which infinitely increases office morale. I am fortunate to have been able to spend time with my fellow co-workers outside the workplace which allowed me to enjoy my summer as well as opposed to simply working every weekday. I would love to go into more detail but alas those pesky NDA’s. 🙂

All in all, I had a great experience interning as part of the staff here at vTestify. I want to thank them once again for the opportunity and I look forward to any future collaborations in the future.

Now it is time to go back to Shaw University, my studies, and the soccer team.


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