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From IT graduate to software developer

Thais, one of our Danish colleagues, is both a trained software engineer and a media scientist. The combination of the two educations has allowed him to tailor his competencies and put his personal touch on his work assignments as a Visma graduate. Read about his journey from IT graduate to software developer and engineer in Visma. 

From IT graduate to software developer
Read about Thais journey from an IT graduate to becoming a software developer in Visma.

This blog post was originally published on our Danish blog, and you can find the article here  (written in Danish). 

– As a graduate in Visma, you get a combination of academic learning and social experience that is really cool

“Before applying to Visma’s graduate program, it’s a good idea to read up on the company and become familiar with what they do, and what their company culture is like. They have a reference page where you can gain insight into their projects, which give you insight into what kind of projects you might be able to work on, and what might be of interest to you. 
I can definitely recommend applying if you are considering applying for a graduate position.”
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Thais started his career as a freelancer, and despite already being in a professionally challenging environment, he felt something was missing. He applied for the Visma graduate program, a program that focuses on talent development and the balance between being in a professional and social environment.  
“The combination of academic learning and the social environment you get to experience in Visma as a graduate is really cool. You are constantly challenged and the learning curve is steep. Also, you are quickly given a lot of responsibility and allowed to work in many different parts of a project,” Thais explains.
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