1. Your first contact with Berghof Testing was at a young age, through a school internship. How did that happen?
Back then, at secondary school, I didn't really have any idea what I would like to do later. The subject of computer science already fascinated me at that time. A friend of my mother's then gave me the tip to apply for a school internship at Berghof. I didn't know Berghof before, so I was all the more enthusiastic about everything I saw and learned during my internship at Berghof Testing.
With our test modules and test systems, we are often literally way ahead of our time, because we often work together with our customers on test solutions for components or assemblies that will only go into series production years later. For me as a computer science enthusiast it was at least as exciting back then and is still the constant further development and individual adaptation of our testing software, for me one of the great strengths of Berghof Testing.
So I kept in touch, kept improving my pocket money as a holiday jobber – and after graduating from secondary school, I added the two years to the technical diploma as an "information and communication technology assistant", which is roughly comparable to training as an IT specialist, to lay a good basis for a professional career in IT.