Keeping up with the Afib People

The past few days in Wroclaw has been packed with adventures and new experiences, and I’m excited to share them with you!

We started Monday bright and early at 8 a.m., setting off to explore Krakow. Despite it being a public holiday, Krakow was bustling with life. However, some activities were limited due to the holiday.

On Tuesday, we returned to our English course, where we learned how to create a CV and how to use prepositions like „at,“ „to,“ „in,“ and „into.“ Later, we heard from a young web developer at NeveraTech, who shared insights into her job. She talked about the benefits of remote work and the importance of networking for finding jobs. In the afternoon, we took a relaxed stroll through the botanical garden. Although there weren’t many flowers, the ones we did see made us feel like we were in a fairy tale!

Today, we visited two companies. First, we went to the Information Point of the EU, where we got insights into their activities. Although it wasn’t directly related to IT, it was still compelling to learn about their role in the EU. Then, we visited QULIX, where a friendly representative walked us through their project processes. They mainly work with banks, which was really interesting to learn about. During our conversation, she mentioned that some colleagues work remotely, but personally, she finds it a bit sad because it means less human interaction. It was interesting to see that there are different opinions on remote work. We also climbed a church tower. It was A LOT of steps, but the view from the top was worth it! Hopefully we won’t get any sore muscles tomorrow…

We have a few more days ahead until the trip concludes! Stay tuned for further updates from our journey!

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