Technology: What does it take to win good opportunities in companies in the new economy? More than technique it is necessary to be willing to learn. After all, technological developments are moving so fast that what applies today can change in a short time. That’s why betting on micro-graduations learning to recycle is fundamental to digital careers that are in high demand.
To help on this journey, Thales Carvalho, Head of Product at ITuring School of Technology, points out that presenting a portfolio in the interview ensures that recruiters really understand that you have had a real experience and that you have demonstrable knowledge for the position.
Some courses based on project learning:
1. Becoming a Modern Software Engineer Course
This course has as one of the main instructors American Joseph Yoder, founder of a global software development consultancy. He works in refactoring with bigtechs such as Nubank and PagSeguro and passes on his knowledge in the program.
What are you going to learn?
Develop sustainable applications that deliver value. From agility to architectural standards, refactoring and effective testing.
Advances in iterative and incremental cloud application development skills, using effective software lifecycle testing, refactoring techniques, architecture standards, and CI/CD based on international market best practices.
Methodology: Based on project-based learning (learning through projects) and has expert assessments of technology businesses and student support – within 24 hours.
More information here.
2. Business Data Analysis Course
Created in collaboration with one of the Brazilian unicorns, Loft, this course is ideal for understanding how insights extracted from data can further strengthen the business. One of the company’s directors, Ana Romeo, brings all her knowledge to one of the largest companies in Brazil today. It is also possible to learn from Microsoft tools, another strategic partner in the program.