Internship @Atlantbh

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Lejla Vardo

Data Analyst @Atlantbh

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@Atlantbh Internship

Offered 3x a year, during our ABH Internship you work on a project with one-on-one mentorship from an Atlantbh engineer. Not only do you gain practical experience, but you retain ownership of your work and have something to show on your CV, GitHub, etc. All you have to do is choose from the
various program choices available and apply for your chance to build your profile.

If you have a thirst for knowledge, are curious and like to keep up to date with the latest technologies and emerging trends around the world, then you are the ideal candidate
for the ABH Internship!



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ABH Internship Programs

Read about our ABH Internship programs to help you decide which one is best for you.

Software Development

The intern will develop a full-stack application using cutting-edge technologies and best coding practices. RESTful web services are developed using back-end technologies, based on Java programming language and frameworks such as Play or Spring (Boot).

The application’s front-end will be developed using React, CSS3 and HTML5. The intern has the opportunity to familiarise themselves with other interesting concepts during the different stages of software development including GitHub, Jenkins, Maven, AWS, Junit, Design patterns, MVC and CI. The project will cover work with relational databases, such as PostgreSQL.

Data Analytics

The intern will work on the interpretation, analysis, modeling, and visualization of data. They will learn how to highlight useful information in the form of a report and presentation.

During this process, the intern will have the opportunity to learn about different statistical technologies and improve their programming skills.


The intern will ensure that a high level of quality exists in the final product (web application) by designing test plan, test cases and test automation scripts according to the acceptance criteria, validating them and reporting bugs in a timely fashion.

In this process, the intern will have an opportunity to work in Agile environment and utilize popular testing technology stacks which revolve around Java or Ruby programming language (Java – Maven, TestNG, Selenium, Ruby – RSpec, Cucumber, Capybara, Watir) and supporting technologies like: Linux, Git, and Jenkins. In this role, the intern will act as a “bug detective” and will perform a detailed investigation of the product to make sure no major bugs slip away into the final product.


The intern will work on raising the application quality as well as the development of tools and practices needed for the successful release of your application to production.

By the end of the internship, the intern will be acquainted with the tools necessary for setting up and managing Continuous Integration and automated deployment processes (bash scripting/Docker/Kubernetes/Jenkins), as well as cloud computing infrastructure management (Amazon Web Services)


UX/UI Design

The intern will be given the chance to design and specify user interfaces for web/mobile applications using iterative design as well as working with a product and development team, to prototype and build a new product.

Additionally, the intern will be given a chance to acquaint themselves with tools such as Sketch and Figma as well as experience the role of being a designer in a team.

Product Management

The intern has an opportunity to deal with real-life scenarios in product management, while managing and prioritizing the product backlog, communicating with different roles in the development team as well as with stakeholders. By the end of the internship, the intern will be acquainted with Agile methodologies and tools for Agile software management such as Trello and Jira.

Note: Like the other internship projects, this one is created for internship purposes only. Nevertheless, it is modeled based on the real-life scenarios we experience in our daily work.

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