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Start Your Professional Career in Full Stack Web Development

Start Your Professional Career in Full Stack Web Development

Microsoft Innovation Center Armenia starts an intensive coding bootcamp in a new format, enriched with training sessions and practical work. During the camp participants will learn coding, starting from programming fundamentals to the most demanded and vital programming technologies and skills.  In the result of the coding bootcamp, participants will have adequate skills for Full Stack JS junior developer and will be able to apply for relevant junior-level positions. The curriculum of the coding bootcamp is unique and is based on the best educational programs of the world. The program will be delivered for the first time. However, the best practices of previous coding bootcamps served as a good basis with more than 550 interns working at the best Armenian IT companies, such as  Praemium, Volo, Betconstruct, Sourcio, Digitain, Topsoft, Factumsoft, Optym, Intel-Soll, Questrade etc. 

Job Vacancy - Coding boot-camp coordinator

Job Vacancy - Coding boot-camp coordinator

Microsoft Innovation Center Armenia is looking for Technical Coordinator for its coding boot-camp programs, which are being carried out with the largest IT companies in Armenia. The incumbent will be involved in the entire life cycle of boot-camp development and implementation process. MIC Armenia’s coding boot-camp is a technical training program, powered with real life projects that teaches trainees parts of programming with the biggest impact and relevance to current market needs. It enables students with very little coding proficiency to focus on the most important aspects of coding and immediately apply their new coding skills to solve real-world problems. The job is a mixture of a trainer and software developer position.

Hour of Code - start of new developments

Hour of Code - start of new developments

How and when did Bill Gates and Steve Jobs learn programming, the whole world knows. Nut how Armenian schoolchildren learn programming, is known only to those 300 children who participated in the Hour of Code, initiated by Microsoft Innovation Center Armenia and Ayb School on December 18. During a few hours the participants learnt the programming logic and started enjoying the coding process. It was a picture to see how enthusiastically children of various ages consult with their mentor and after receiving instructions find solutions. It is worth to mention that the best programmers of Armenian leading IT companies were consulting in the role of mentors, sharing their knowledge with great enthusiasm and encouraging the students try again until they reach their final goal. Without our dedicated mentors the event would not be as successful and efficient as it is.