How to thrive in the digital sector as a developer
November 6, 2017
A brilliant blog written by the CoderSpace team in Liverpool as we're building a brilliant relationship with them and shaping the future!!
“We believe there is a better way of teaching the skills needed to become a software developer and it is our mission to provide high quality and engaging instruction. Every day we look to innovate and empower those who want to become software developers. Building on our relationships with local employers and partners in the technology, creative and digital sectors, we provide the essential skills to get your foot in the door of this growing and well-paid sector.”
That sounds great right?
But to us it isn’t just words.
Our passion and mission is to help you, and people like you, discover, love and thrive in the digital and creative sector as a developer. We want to create an alternative way to learn how to code and become a developer, whether you are fresh out of university or looking for a completely new career. We don’t want to just teach you a random list of technologies and buzzwords, we want to make sure the skills you are learning are right for the jobs market. After-all, the whole point of doing something like this is to get hired, right? Because of this, from the very beginning (even before we set up Coder Space) we have talked to and worked with local employers - large and small as well as a whole host of stakeholders to make sure our graduates are not just employable, but will succeed and thrive in their amazing new careers.
As we continue to grow and develop, our courses will do the same to meet the needs of both our students and our hiring partners, building a network and community to help bridge the digital skills gap and get more people involved in this incredible industry.
We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to learn to code and become a developer, no matter your age, background, gender or anything else for that matter. In fact, we believe the more diverse this sector becomes, the better it is for everyone. Which is why we have no entry requirements for our bootcamp, all we are looking for is driven individuals, like you, who want to put in 110% effort to learn to code and become the amazing developers we know they can be.
Who knows, you could be the next Mark Zuckerberg!
We want to do more than teaching people to code, we want to make sure our curriculum contains many of the “soft skills” you’ll need in your new career. This ranges from communication, team-work and interview skills to understanding how projects are run and managed, which is why our curriculum is ever-changing and evolving.
If you want to excel your career in web development, widen your career prospects or simply learn an exciting new skill get in touch.
We’re excited to hear from you.
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