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Microverse and Tunga Partner to Help More African Developers Succeed

We're excited to announce our partnership with Tunga to be able to help more talented people in Africa connect to life-changing opportunities and excel in international tech careers.

Posted on 
Jul 29, 2022
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Ariel Camus
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Microverse and GitStart Team Up to Bring Opportunities to More Developers Worldwide

The global shortage of software developers has been increasing; in 2021, it was 40M skilled workers globally, but by 2030 it's expected to reach more than 85M. Microverse and GitStart are partnering to help change that.

Posted on 
May 11, 2022
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Ariel Camus
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We’re Announcing Our $12.5M Series A 🙌

We’re thrilled to announce that we raised $12.5M in Series A funding led by Northzone! We’re excited about all to come and wanted to share how we plan to use this round to help change the lives of thousands more around the world.

Posted on 
Jul 1, 2021
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Ariel Camus
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Microverse 2.0: More Structure, Accountability, and Collaboration

After more than two years of Microverse, we’ve made some great updates to our program to improve our student experience. Here’s what we’ve done.

Posted on 
Jun 24, 2021
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Ariel Camus
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Hosting a Remote Hackathon: Microverse’s First Hackathon

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!

Posted on 
Nov 4, 2020
  by
Meesen Brown
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Microverse Raises $3.2M For Talented People to Global Opportunities

We’ve raised $3.2 million to help close the global gap between talent and opportunity.

Posted on 
Feb 27, 2020
  by
Ariel Camus
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An Update on Microverse, the Global Platform for Software Developers

Investing in global talent and the future of work

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Mar 15, 2018
  by
Ariel Camus
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