I work as a web developer in a big company. Recently, I got moved to a new development team (scrum) inside a project, and I'm feeling as I am not welcome in that team. The team is comprised of developers from different offices. In my office we are 4 developers and the team leader. I feel like the problem is only with the developers that are on the same office as me, and not the ones from the other places (those people seem nicer than the ones working in my office).
According to my previous team leader and the new one, I got moved to the new team because a person from that team, which worked there for more than 5 years, left the company and they needed someone with a good technical skills to help. Actually, I don't feel like my skills are so great, but in the previous team, every task that was assigned to me got completed quickly and without much effort, even if the gave me tasks they considered somewhat difficult, so that may be the reason they think like that.
I remember that the first day I started working with the team, the leader introduced me as someone who had a lot of knowledge about the project and was going to help them do the heavy work. Everything went well from that first day, but about a month after joining I started noticing that, for example, although the team leader told me to take part in decisions about stories o bugs that get developed, whenever I give ideas, no one takes them into account, even the leader. Also I started seeing the other developers try to micro-manage me, and always trying to rush me when I have to work with them, even more when the leader is not present. One situation that got me worried this week was that one of the developers, who got put somewhat in charge of the team due to the team leader being on PTO (that developer is the one that has been working longer in the team), asked me to set up an application to debug it, and about 30 minutes later, while I was setting up that app, that person got up, stood up next to my desk, and started yelling at me (in front all the other people in the office), saying I wasn't doing any work because I had not done what she asked me to do really quick, and started threatening to tell the leaders about that (maybe to get me scolded or out of the team). While she was yelling, I showed I was working and setting up that app as she asked, but she didn't care and continued yelling at me. Earlier that day, that person asked me to do another task, and kept micro-managing me and pressuring me to do it quick, which I did, but it was a really unpleasant situation.
The only problem so far, from my side, is that I have been having problems with my sleep schedules from a couple of months before joining the new team, due to stress (I go to sleep really late an have problems waking up early). Due to that sleep problem, I've been having problems arriving early at the office, and sometimes I miss the daily meeting (which happens at about 9:30). In order to cope with that problem, the new leader (and the previous one) let me skip that meeting if I'm not able to arrive in time, but asked me to get in touch with them and the other team members regarding any new info they may discuss in the daily meeting, which I have been doing. To help solve that sleep problem I'm planning on starting seeing a therapist really soon to help me with this and any other problems I may have, and I have told my leader about that.
Regarding relationships in the team, all the developers in my office seem to work and have good relationships between them, but they cast me aside and don't talk to me unless they really have to, which makes me feel rather lonely in the team (luckily, there are some friends from other teams I have worked on, in the same office, so I'm not entirely alone).
This situation is stressing me out a lot, and makes me feel like I should get out of that team to avoid unnecessary stress (which may impact in my studies and life).
There are other things that bother me about this new position, like the tasks I have to work on (they are boring and not challenging at all), but I can cope with them for some time.
As this is my first job, there are a lot of things I don't know how to handle, and maybe I'm doing something wrong that is making my coworkers upset and treat me like that, or maybe something else is wrong. If that's the case, please tell me, so I can learn.
How do you think I should handle this situation? Is there anything I should do or learn to improve it, or should I maybe look for another team/project within the same company?