Innovative ideas and inspiring connections occurred at Microverse’s Kenyan Student Meetup in Nairobi.
By becoming a signatory to the UNGC, Microverse commits to upholding the ten principles of the Compact and integrating them into its business practices
Women in Software Development: Women have played a key role in computing history, but only 27.5% are software developers. We want to change this.
Want to join the global job market as a software developer? See how Gabriela went from working locally as a software developer to becoming a global web developer through Microverse.
Follow Barnabas' inspiring journey as he goes from Business Manager to International Software Engineer
With a growing population, and rapidly-increasing tech advancements, software developers from Africa greatly benefit the global economy.
With hard work and determination, Treasure went from support worker to back-end engineer in the tech industry. Read about his remarkable journey!
Italy-based Nebulab decided to pivot its hiring strategy and recruit globally after it was becoming increasingly hard to find skilled professionals.
Ubong's story about how he transitioned from being an Aircraft Engineer to a Front-end Developer
Ready for a career change to software development? Abdellani shared his story on how he became a full-stack remote developer through Microverse.
The story of how Donard tripled his income in less than a year going from bartender to front-end developer.
In October 2021 our fast growing team finally got to meet up in person in Lisbon, Portugal. We shared how it went, the impact it had, and what’s next for us.
Microverse students contribute their skills to small, medium, and large businesses alike, around the world. We love seeing their contributions and the companies they're making these contributions to.
After years of working remotely and building our fully remote company, we're sharing the tools that work best for keeping remote teams productive and connected.
Ready for a career change? Do you want to become a global software developer? Then read Miguel's story about how he went from being a Civil Engineer to becoming a Software Developer with Microverse.
Microverse alum, Tresor, shares his journey to becoming a professional software developer.
We successfully hosted our first Hackathon during which students built some fantastic projects designed to help remote learning. Here’s some of our learnings from it and the projects!
Starting out as a software developer can be tough. In this article, 10 female develops share their advice and tips for aspiring software developers and those thinking about taking the leap.
Mupa M'mbetsa Nzaphila is a Microverse student, and mother, originally from Nairobi, Kenya now living in Munich, Germany. She shared with us her story of becoming a software developer, her favorite languages, advice for getting started, and more.