Program: Android Basics Nanodegree by Google (in partnership with Udacity)
Deadline to apply: 10 August 2017 at 11:59 PM (Iraq Time)
Start Date: 10 September 2017
Duration: 3 to 4 months, 5 days per week
Cost: Free (limited financial support is available based on vulnerability)
We live in a digitized, computerized, programmable world – and to make sense of it, we need computer science! Today coding has become a fundamental skill alongside math and reading. And as the global economy shifts, so does work as we know it.
Around the world, mobile devices are transforming the way we live and communicate. With one application, you can revolutionize your business or help solve the most pressing challenges of our times.
Re:Coded's training program will take you through this journey and open the doors to the creative universe of coding. In partnership with Udacity, we offer the Android Basics Nanodegree created by Google. During our program, you will learn the Java language, build amazing new apps and accelerate your journey to becoming a working Android Developer! By the end of the program, you will have a portfolio of completed projects to highlight your achievements.
But we are not just a coding school. We believe in human beings and their potential to create incredible things. The path to become a full-time developer is a long one - really! So we help you to check the boxes that will get you ready for the road ahead. You will learn technical English vocabulary, business communication and etiquette, and project management methodologies. But more importantly, you will learn more about yourself as a person.
If you want to embark on this journey with us, we are looking for incredibly motivated and passionated people who will put in very long hours to learn how to code and still have a big smile on their faces. Although no programming experience is required, you will need to be computer-savvy and have at least an intermediate level in English.
The Re:Coded Coding Bootcamp is supported by the German Federal Government and implemented in cooperation with the GIZ.
The Re:Coded Team