Have you been thinking of making a career change? Read about Microverse alum Carlos, who made the decision to become a software developer after spending 17 years working in Telecoms.
Want to step into the global job market as a software developer? Read Gabriela’s story about how she went from working locally as a software developer to becoming a global software developer through Microverse.
Thinking about a career change? Read Salvador's story about how he went from being a Mechatronic Engineer in Mexico to becoming a Software Developer with Microverse.
Microverse alum, Max Li, from Taiwan has landed two remote roles since he completed Microverse. Here's how he did it and how his career as a software developer is going.
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.
“Working remotely has taught me a lot and opened doors. Overall, I think Microverse was one of the best decisions I’ve made in my life.” Microverse alum, Tresor, shares his journey to becoming a professional software developer.
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.
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.
Ready for a career change to software development? Read Abdellani's story on how he became a Full Stack Remote Developer.
After joining Microverse as our third ever student, Alvaro went on to graduate and get hired by Microverse as a remote, Full Stack software developer. Here’s how he did it.