Learn to Code
The Software Guild has coding bootcamps to fit every stage of your life. You don’t need to know how to code to get started; our apprentice-level bootcamps and courses teach you the fundamental skills you need for junior-level roles.
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Teaching that gets results
The Software Guild has added more than 600 new developers to the field since 2013, and our graduates consistently give us positive reviews on sites like Quora opens in new window and Course Report opens in new window.
Our coding bootcamps target skills employers need. Whether you’re getting your start with Java or improving your skills with Android or cyber security training, you’re getting practical knowledge you’ll use on the job.
At The Software Guild, we help our apprentices prepare for their job search by offering resume help, interview training and networking opportunities with employers.
This week we met Kat to try to get a little insight into life at r3 and learn more about what kind of new tech they are using.
Have you been thinking about changing career? Want to become a software developer but don’t have the skills. This is the 12 month account of Deborah Piu who went from being an events manager to an employed software engineer in 12 months.
Kateryna Portmann, Product Manager at Medopad tells us how she transformed her career after leaving academia and moving to the UK to join one of the coolest healthtech start ups in London!
Because the pay gap is real. And it affects employees, attitudes and competitiveness.
After a degree in Politics of the Economy, found out why and how Eugenia changed her own future.
Laura Malcom, UK & Ireland COO at Avanade, shares her thoughts and insights on the future of being a women in this very exciting and fast changing technology industry.
Riana Patel, Senior Product Manager at Oxford VR, talks to us about her passion for the intersection between tech and mental health, and the amazing diversity initiatives and statistics that Oxford VR has to offer as an employer.
Opportunities in Tech are abundant right now, but its not only coders who are in demand.
When it comes to simply taking that first step towards coding, I think the thing that flings most people into an endless abyss of procrastination is the age-old: “There’s so much out there: I don’t know where to start!” Well, panic no more. Before you dive into the nitty-gritty, might-as-well-be-Greek sounding words like PHP, IDE, Erlang and the Document Object Model, ZOOM OUT. Step back. Breathe, and pace yourself. Before you get to any of those details, it’s so crucial to start from the basics.