Summer IT laboratory invites Penza students, recent graduates
Penza, 8 June 2016. PenzaNews. The fourth Penza IT laboratory invites university students and recent graduates to register for the upcoming July-August study session.
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The summer skill practice session is organized by Secon software developers association and the Center of Cluster Development.
The studies will be held at “Parshin” business incubator five days a week. School and university students will try themselves as programmers, marketing experts and designers by developing software, online services, and mobile apps.
They will be assisted by curators, heads and leading experts of event organizing companies, such as CodeInside, SoftInvent, Rails Jedies, Bit Games and FunCorp – with an opportunity for the IT laboratory students to find jobs in one of the Penza IT companies afterwards.
“Those who graduate the IT laboratory by completing our tasks and recommendations will make their first big step into the field, since this allows a student to become an expert who has an understanding of the IT field development and can talk with professionals using the same language. Sadly, few university graduates are normally able to do so, but the IT laboratory and the hands-on teamwork sessions makes that possible,” Maxim Semenkin, chairman of Secon software developers association, head of CodeInside, commented on the news.
According to him, the project is free of charge, but requires preliminary registration before June 20.
“You can send us additional questions to email@example.com,” Maxim Semenkin explained.
Over the span of several years, the IT laboratories brought forward dozens of completed projects. The previous year’s demo day showcased eight fully developed services and apps – There Will Be Food! shopping list organizer; Where Is The Child? child locator; No Remainders for dacha and private farm owners to sell surplus foods; Russian Travelers interactive Russian travel map, and more.