Training programs can help you reach new heights with your career. With that in mind, the iFood announced five thousand vacancies for those who want to learn to program in Java. In addition, the Carrefour announced grants to train developers in a new bootcamp. See below for details on these and others. free technology courses.
iFood – free technology courses
iFood, in partnership with Digital Innovation One (DIO), opened five thousand places for the Java Beginners course. Part of Potência Tech, the initiative offers basic knowledge about the language in 86 hours of classes. And best of all: it’s free. Interested parties can apply for the program until October 23, 2022: hate me.
Carrefour – 5,000 grants to train DevOps
Carrefour also has five thousand vacancies for a training program. In partnership with DIO, the company launched Bootcamp Cloud DevOps Experience, a free initiative to train developers. But it’s better to hurry because registration closes this Friday (14): hate me.
TIVIT, in partnership with the Social Opportunity Institute (IOS), started an initiative to train developers with disabilities. According to the IT company, Acelera Dev offers 28 vacancies for those who want to delve deeper into the area. Classes are scheduled to start on October 24, 2022: ios.org.br.
CPS – Courses from Google, Salesforce and more
The Paula Souza Center (CPS) opened 7,200 vacancies for courses in the IT area. The opportunity is aimed at those who want to delve deeper into Google, Salesforce, GeneXus and Six Sigma platforms. Check out the available opportunities below:
Santander – bank opens registration for hackathon
Santander will hold a hackathon soon. Known as “The Code Force”, the event is aimed at those who work with programming (web, mobile, back-end and/or data), design (UX and UI) and business (operations, products and services in the financial market). Entries will close this Friday (14): santander.com.br.