The third week started normal, nothing special happened. On normal workdays my tasks are to check if Windows Server backups have some problems. If they have problems, I solve them. Sometimes the backup’s fails onetime, sometimes the database link has changed and sometimes the space of the hard drive is overloaded. That’s why the backups cannot save on the hard drive temporally. Every day several servers have different problems! But nothing that I cannot solute.
The first working days
Yesterday we had our first working day in the IT department of the „ulster folk and transport museum“ in Belfast. Easily exited we were received from Robin Finlay the head of IT. He showed us directly the building and led us around. Furthermore he introduced us employees from the museum, showed us the datacenter and told us some interesting informations about the network. After that we met our colleagues. They both are very nice and hearty which I personally like. In the course of the previous day and today we had a few tasks done. For example installing a computer or adjust some codes of the website. So everything is totally relaxed like our work colleagues. On another day in the evening one of our colleagues was so nice to bring us to a shop for vaprorizer and after that he invited us to his home. Despite easy understanding problems (because of the dialect) we had good talks and could laugh a lot. At the end we all drove through the streets in the direction to our house. During the ride he told us many things we should absolutely do. Therefore I am very sure we will have interesting times the next few days respectively on the weekends.
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The Second Day in Ireland and the first night. The house near to a big street is not normal for me. So the night was a bit difficult. It’s not possible to sleep longer, but that’s OK.
Our second day in Belfast. The day started at 8.30 a.m. At first we went again to Tesco because we forgot some stuff. After that Max and myself walked through Belfast to explore the surrounding. „Introduction“ weiterlesen