Fauzan Bin Abdul Aziz
Application Development Analyst
"Success is not final, failure is not fatal, It is the courage to continue that counts."
I joined Accenture through the Emerging Technologist Development Program (ETDP). During my time as a trainee, I learned firsthand from the job and from dedicated mentors. They taught me debugging techniques which also helped me improve my code logic. On top of that, my mentors and team lead also helped me build my confidence.
Now, I specialize in developing web applications. I code using various computer languages to enable applications to run with features that our client has requested. I use what I’ve learned in ETDP to accurately deliver app features.
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I usually start my day checking e-mails, followed by a quick daily stand-up meeting to check the progress of our work items. I always create a priority list and ensure that I work on urgent matters first. Once the codes are solid and working in my development environment, I will push them to system integration testing servers so the functional team can test and verify their features. Throughout our development phase, we facilitate knowledge transfer sessions to share our implementations. This way, we can collaborate on how to improve the applications and understand the logic behind the code better.
The most exciting project I’ve worked on is a chatbot that is integrated with machine learning capabilities. It can detect keywords and images and process the input data to provide a relevant response.
During my spare time, I enjoy playing multiplayer games with my family and friends. I’m also active in sports, particularly tennis, soccer and swimming.
"During my time as a trainee, I learned firsthand from the job and from dedicated mentors."
Invest time in mastering the fundamentals of the craft and keep an open mind to come up with new ideas. Joining the ETDP has helped me with this. I’ve been guided in my journey to sculpt myself into a professional and have developed skills needed to create the technologies of the future. It has been a very rewarding experience and I encourage you to apply for ETDP too!