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  • 15 August 2017 00:19


One of the leading lights of the cloudyBoss Internship Program is Ana Romana X. Belo from Timor-Leste (East Timor).

Ana is one of a select few to be granted a full undergraduate scholarship by her government to study at Mahidol University in Thailand, one of the best universities in the region. Her aim was to bring IT knowledge and skills back to Timor-Leste, which she is on track to do, having specialised in computer science and network security.

The cloudyBoss internship has provided avenues for her to apply her skills to real-world scenarios.

As a cloudyBoss intern, Ana has been working on a key AI (Artificial Intelligence) component of the cloudyBoss platform, reviewing, testing and benchmarking existing language-specialised tools, and specifying API’s requirements for cloudyBoss Smart Communication System.

Ana’s expertise with creating APIs has also seen her tackle another significant project, which is the cloudyBoss banking facility. These complex pieces of middleware will provide both front end and back interfaces for organisations that require secure banking facilities.

Ana will achieve cloudyBoss Certification in the areas in which she has been working. In addition to strengthening her existing skills in HTML, PHP, Java, Python and Android, and, similarly to 52 of her peers in the 2016 first wave of the popular cloudyBoss internship program, she will become eligible to all the benefits under cloudyBoss APEASE (Agreement | Partners, Executives And Software Engineers). This includes an opportunity to receive royalty payments for the specific technical assets she contributed during her internship period, as they are used by cloudyBoss clients.

Her Certification also takes her one step closer to her dream of establishing leading edge IT cloud services in her home country, Timor-Leste.

“Technology is important for every organisation,” stated Xbelo. “It affects every part of business operations and with the right platform in place, it should enhance productivity.”

“My role, as a qualified network specialist, is to be a technology leader in my country, where we need to introduce better IT skills into the workplace. Having some real-world experience now, I have an even greater appreciation as to how to help Timor-Leste.”

cloudyBoss CEO, Lou Schillaci, commented: “ At 25 Ana is smart and very accomplished. Her work has made a valuable contribution in progressing the AI and financial interfaces in our ERP platform. We look forward to her continuing her work with us.”

cloudyBoss’ main platform is a leading-edge cloud-based enterprise management engine. Backed by IBM, via the largest cloud infrastructure in the world, cloudyBoss has welcomed the involvement of interns from around the globe.

The main difference with this internship program is its flexibility. The organisation is a virtual one with open spaces around the world. Interns define how, when and where they work. The program duration is flexible and, unlike many internships, there is no cost. It only requires an investment of the intern’s time and passion.

In return cloudyBoss offers hands-on education. Interns are involved in real-life code development scenarios on some of the world’s leading-edge technology.

For more information about Ana Xbelo or the cloudyBoss Internship Program contact CEO, Lou Schillaci.


Media Information Claire Linley Lou Schillaci

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