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We believe that the best junior developers you can hire are our students.
Students build custom projects, commit to GitHub from day one. They receive 1-on-1 supervision and weekly code reviews.
Our students are established and committed to living in NS, ensuring they contribute to your employee retention strategies.
Every 'hireable' student undergoes thorough reviews by software developers that coached them for months.
Our students have diverse backgrounds in engineering, hospitality, science, etc., bringing a range of valuable interpersonal and professional skills.
We stay connected with the local tech ecosystem to identify the most popular stack, which we give our students to learn.
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The newsletter is a semi-regular review of our current students that we consider the most hireable based on their acquired skills. It includes:
All of our coaches are based in NS or work for local startups. Many of them are you probebly know.
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Although each student has a Full Stack Development Outline, they may spend more time on topics in which they have a particular interest (like UI/UX, for example). HTML, CSS, JS, React JS, Python, MySQL, AWS, automated testing, and DevOps make up our curriculum stack.
You can get in touch with the students you want to talk to after we give you their contact information in our Talent Newsletter.
Our graduates are fully qualified for employment as software developers. You are welcome to get in touch with them and discuss your employment terms with them, though.
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Our coaches are not our employees, but employees of legitimate local and global companies and their compensation is not based on their reviews of the students.
All of our students live in NS. Some actually joined Get Coding and moved to NS to join the tech ecosystem here.