Tabit Coding Bootcamp
Tabit Coding Bootcamp is a free, intensive, 8-week program based in Munich, Germany. Tabit Coding Bootcamp teaches Java, SCRUM Methodology, Integrated Development Environments (IDEs), source control, development of Application Program Interfaces (APIs), and cloud computing services (e.g., AWS) as well as soft-skills like effective communication and consulting practices. Mentors for the course are senior developers and architects of Tabit GmbH. Participants need to pass two tests to qualify for graduation. For successful enrollees, the tuition is free of charge, and a serviced apartment is provided, along with food supplies, while enrolled in the program.
Tabit Coding Bootcamp is looking for participants who have a software development skillset, as well as extraordinary motivation and ambition levels. The application process involves completing an application form, writing a letter explaining the student’s motivation, a programming test to evaluate existing coding skills, and an interview on-campus or via Skype.
After graduation, participants are encouraged to begin their new careers with Tabit GmbH as software developers. Monthly training is provided to help graduates continue to grow their skills as well as free-flowing encouragement. A social community exists within the ranks of software developers at Tabit GmbH.
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Minimum Skill Level Tabit Coding Bootcamp is looking for participants who have a software development skillset at the primary level as a minimum prerequisite. Placement Test Yes Interview Yes
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- Julio Rosli • Softwareentwickler • Graduate • Course: Coding Bootcamp • Campus: Munich • Verified via LinkedInThe bootcamp simulates a software development team that is working on a project based on a real life scenario. All participants will form a SCRUM team and experiece a full cycle of a software project. They will experience SCRUM meetings and tackles all the project complexities that grow as the project progress.I learned a lot. Not only programming skills (frameworks, tools, best practices, testing, design patterns, etc). but also how to work as a team. Since programming is a team sport, I believe it is very important to be able to integrate to an existing team. The participant will be evaluated as a team and as an individual.Unfortunately the bootcamp is not for people with 0 knowledge about programming. The bootcamp will not teach you how to create an array or a list in Java. But it will transform people with programming knowledge to be a software developer.I am glad that I took my chance to join the bootcamp and leave my country for an adventure in Germany. Now I am starting my new career as a softwareentwicker in Munich. Everything that I learned are being used in my current project.