When Alex Shvetsov’s startup failed in 2019 he decided to change career paths and retrain as a software engineer. One year later, he’s a full stack developer for one of the fastest growing tech companies in Europe. Here’s his story.
Four career coaches share their insights on how to navigate job searching, networking and interviewing, and how Microverse works with students to land their first programming job and beyond.
As companies settle into operating in remote environments, they open themselves to a new possibility for scaling operations while fostering a diverse and inclusive culture: hiring from a global talent pool. Here’s some of the benefits of that.
In 2019, when Musa Jabbaaru Ntege was looking to upskill as a software developer, he joined Microverse. He went on to land a remote job working for an international company—here he shares his experience.
Wondering what it takes to get a job at Microsoft? Kevin Mwangi landed a job on the Windows Apps Compatibility Team after completing Microverse in 2019. Here he reflects on his experience at Microverse and how it prepared him for his career at Microsoft.
The coronavirus pandemic has given companies the opportunity to rebuild and scale in a way that’s smarter and more flexible. It’s time for business leaders to explore how their teams can evolve through remote workers.
Staying motivated while learning to code is definitely not easy. Two Microverse Alumni shared their actionable, inspiring advice for Microverse students and all aspiring software developers.
Being a successful developer goes well beyond your title. James Zhang from Indeed, shares what it's really like to work as a Front-end Developer.
Job searching is never easy but for minorities it can seem even more challenging. Gitlab recruiter, Chantal Rollinson, shares her tips for job searching as a minority in tech and how to overcome imposter syndrome.
From our learnings over years of building and managing remote teams, we've compiled the most common questions we get asked in order to run them successfully.
Many people switch careers to Software Development later in life or get their first job in tech with no formal training, but how do you sell your non-technical background to a potential employer? Jason shares that and more.
Want to work remotely for global companies? We sat down with Gitlab Software Developer Mario de la Ossa to learn about his journey and advice for becoming a remote developer.
As teams settle into the ‘new normal’, we’re bound to see a result that will surprise many: Companies will choose to continue to work remotely after the global pandemic. Here’s why.
Daniel Tew, Software Developer at Trello, discusses the benefits of getting involved in the developer community for you and your career.
Effective networking is the best way to find great jobs - here’s how to do it right and open the door to amazing people and opportunities.
Aside from writing great code, what other qualities and attributes do the world’s leading developers have in common?
A guide to choosing which new and fast-growing programming languages to learn this year.
We’ve raised $3.2 million to help close the global gap between talent and opportunity.
Remote work is the single-most transformative labor trend and will help change the world of work as we know it.
See what past and current students, from more than 75 countries, have to say about Microverse.
If you're looking to learn a niche programming language to grow your career in tech, this is for you.
If you're a software developer applying for your first job, having an outstanding portfolio should be one of your main priorities. Here's our advice for it.
Want to ace your coding interview? We shared our top tips to get you prepared for the coding interview.
Learning to code is hard, and a lot of people fail at it, especially those learning online. We're sharing why most people fail at it and how you can persevere.
Here is everything you should be working on if you want to build an online reputation as a software developer and make a great first impression.
Freelancing is a great way to sink your toes into junior dev projects, but you need to apply to the right types of projects or you might end up wasting your time.
Refer to these tips when emailing employers and secure your first job as a software developer.
A guide to finding support as a professional software developer.
An interview on open source, programming languages, a thrilling career, and life in Silicon Valley
Remote pair programming is not very different from traditional pair programming but allows you to work with people around the world.
How do you tap into the massive pool of opportunities? Networking is key.
Investing in global talent and the future of work
We've shared 17 tips and tricks to help you craft an amazing profile on Freelancer.com
We recommend that our students use freelance projects as a stepping stone to getting their first full-time remote job.