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Studied Mechanical Engineering at Swansea University.
Get in, check emails as a lot of colleagues are based in North America therefore we have different working hours. Sort out problems related to these issues. At the start of each sprint I will scour latest releases to find what we need to test within each release and perform these tests.
This usually takes a couple of days to complete. If any tests fail I collate data and try to solve the issue and if I can’t it gets sent back to the team it was pushed from. I try to automate the different tests involved as well. We are currently working at around 75% automated which makes my life easier and reduces my errors. I also provide support throughout the day to other teams to help solve issues, which takes up 15% of my days.
I love being outdoors, I’m a keen skier and rock climber who enjoys being in the mountains and at the coast surfing.
I chose DXC because I was interested in getting into IT and they offered me a job.
The onboarding process is a good challenge and it is being revamped for new graduates. Once you are onboarded you're put through a digital immersion program which is good.