I recently graduated from Made Tech’s software engineering academy. I wanted to take a moment to reflect on how far I’ve come and share my journey.
Applications for next Made Tech Academy open 7 February. I’m super-excited to share that we’re running a brand new academy for design and user research. This will run for 12 weeks alongside our usual software engineering academy.
At the beginning of September, a new cohort of 12 Academy Engineers joined our team! This month, we spoke with them about their backgrounds and the experiences they have had during their first week in the programme.
In this blog post, I’d like to share some advice that I’ve learnt from the Made Tech Academy that might help you teach a new programming language as part of an onboarding process.
At the time of writing this, I’m in the latter half of the Made Tech academy process, so I figured I would write about the experience so far and why the scheme is invaluable for people who have some technical skills but are trying to get started within the tech industry.
On my first Made Tech project after graduating from the User Research and Design Academy, I was getting stuck into all things accessibility at the Met Office.
It’s been 12 weeks since our September 2020 cohort joined the Academy. Before they start their new lives as Software Engineers next week, they took some time to reflect on what drove them to apply in the first place and what they’ve gained from the experience.
Several engineers, including myself, joined Made Tech via the Academy. It’s a 12-week programme that the company offers to teach passionate learners the best software engineering practices in the industry.
It’s the end of our first week in the latest Made Tech Academy cohort. My mind has been truly blown.
We’re excited to announce the launch of a brand new initiative for our company: The Made Tech Academy.