|Categorii de Cursuri Java|
|Oferta Cursuri||Coding Bootcamp||Modul Incepatori, Modul Intermediari, Modul Avansati||Introducere in Programare||Seral|
|Program Orar||dimineata||dimineata, amiaza||weekend||seara|
|Durata||8 saptamani||5-6-7 saptamani||5 saptamani||24 saptamani|
|Volum total studiu||160h||60h-72h-84h||25h||144h|
|Numarul maxim de studenti||15||16||25||17|
|Cunostinte Dobandite si Beneficii||Vezi Pagina Cursului||Vezi Pagina Cursului||Vezi Pagina Cursului||Vezi Pagina Cursului|
Conceptul coding bootcamp este deja o modalitate consacrată de reconversie/accelerare profesională care a înregistrat succese remarcabile în SUA, Marea Britanie, Franța și alte țări.
Noi (Jademy) aplicăm acest mod inedit de studiu (coding bootcamp) în România pentru a atinge următoarele obiective:
Cu o piață actuală de 120.000 de specialiști și sectorul IT în plină creștere, România are nevoie de o creștere de 150% a numărului acestora, până în 2020, arată o anliză a Asociației Patronale a Industriei de Software și Servicii (ANIS). Forbes România
Este regretabil faptul că în România există un dezechilibru semnificativ între cererea angajtorilor IT și oferta de programatori, în timp ce atât de multe persoane talentate au dificultăţi în a-și găsi un loc de muncă, fie din cauza faptului că profesia acestora nu mai este de actualitate ori dimpotrivă, există un exces de candidaţi pe acel segment de piaţă a muncii.
Andrei Pitiș, președintele ANIS a confirmat în mai multe interviuri această anomalie a pieței și a susținut ideea că implicarea mediului privat în cel academic este soluția sustenabilă pentru rezolvarea acestei probleme. Companiile specializate, alături de universități, pot contribui la formarea unui număr suficient de programatori care să satisfacă cererea curentă a angajatorilor IT.
I focused a lot on individual studying, in addition to everything we did during the hours spent at the Jademy headquarters. One month before graduating I was contacted by PG Interactive, I attended the interview and I received a job offer. You need a lot of optimism and will to work hard, but it’s all worth it, the reward that comes after graduation totally compensates for all the efforts.
I did not think for one moment about studying computer science at university because my goal was to learn as much as I could, as fast as possible, to be ready for interviews, and then a job. I needed a shortcut. And Jademy was the perfect solution. The learning process can be difficult sometimes, but it sure is very rewarding! I would recommend Jademy to anyone interested in learning Java . It’s a fine place to start your coding adventure!
The learning process is not easy, but it’s not too difficult either. You need ambition and a strong motivation behind it. You learn how to code by spending a good amount of hours daily in front of your computer. But if you are very passionate and you have someone to guide and train you, things become a lot easier. The most important thing is to have an analytical way of thinking. Think really well about this decision and decide if this is what you want to do, because if you take this road you have to give your 100%. There’s no room for indecision or partial involvement, coding is not easy, you have to be sure that this is what you want.
I had classmates who were at a lower level, but also classmates who were more advanced than me. However, I chose not to focus on this aspect, despite the fact that these level differences always tend to appear. The most important thing for me was to make sure that at the end of each day I was going to be better than I was the previous day. Some days were like a sprint, others like a marathon. I knew what truly mattered was to keep ‘running’. [...] Work as much as you can both in class and individually. Try to make small projects, learn by doing. There will be moments when it will seem very difficult, don’t give up! Remember why you started learning and most important: have fun while doing it!
As far as I am concerned the course was very well structured, taking us from a basic level to an advanced one, at a pace that was accessible to everyone. Java is very user friendly and you can learn it easily with a trainer even if you have no experience with programming. During the course I started applying for jobs and after 3 interviews I got an internship at Deutsche Bank, one month before graduation and the know-how i had from Jademy helped me a great deal.
I had taken some online Phyton classes, then I started attending Jademy's courses and was pleasantly surprised to see that things went well. It was fairly easy to assimilate the information, despite the accelerated pace. The information and practice you receive is extremely useful and I know that from the feedback I received from my interviewers. You need to find time for individual studying. What you do in class is not enough because it’s a limited amount of time, so you have to go beyond that, to play with the concepts, test them out and get used to the way they work. It’s in your hands, you have a great opportunity to change things, to change your life.
The beginning was quite intimidating for me, I had the impression that everyone knew more than I did but after a couple of weeks I realised that programming is not that difficult and I actually started enjoying it more and more every day. I had considered learning Java by myself at home but having a trainer that teaches, supports and pushes you beyond your comfort zone daily helps you learn a lot more and a lot faster than if you try to do it by yourself. I liked the fact that I was surrounded by people just like me who had decided that it was time for a change and were as motivated as I was in achieving this goal. If I could go back time I would totally choose this experience again with the difference that I would put a lot more effort into the process of learning, do more individual studying to complete the information received in class.
I started my classes in March, graduated in July and I already had a job with Unicredit by the end of July. I had started going to interviews earlier because I felt ready to face the employer’s expectations. Jademy offered me a career training that helped me optimize my CV, learn how to present myself for an interview, answer tricky interview questions and recommended me to many IT companies, I was called up for interviews as a consequence of Jademy’s recommendations. I also started applying for jobs by myself, using BestJobs and LinkedIn. The work I do at my job is very similar to what I did during my time at Jademy, with the difference that here I don’t always have a personal trainer to help me. Other than that, as I said, it’s very similar, a lot of individual but also team work.