Hello, everybody? I'm going to tell you about my second week in taskforce. This week was too long because we faced more challenges, but it ended with a smile on our faces because of the important lessons we learned.
We learned the best practices for using Git. Before this lesson, I thought I knew it because I had used it for several days, but after digging deeper, I realized that my experience was only 40%.
We also learned how to collaborate on projects using devOps tools, where the developer team and the operations team working together to implement a faster and easier way to build, test, and deploy software.
We had a presentation on Friday afternoon where we were supposed to use less than 5 minutes; this seemed impossible because we were a team of three members and we had to cover the lessons we learned throughout the week; the condition was to make it easily understandable because some of our audience were unfamiliar with the topic, so as a team we shared the idea of how the presentation would be made then we came up with a solution, this taught me to use a short time but deliver results.
During my two weeks on taskforce, I discovered that meeting with people who have experience in your field not only teaches you a new thing, but also teaches you the best way to apply what you know.