Read our interview with Nikolay Stoyanov, developer at one of our partners - HedgeServ. Learn more about the company’s interview process, products, and what makes Telerik Academy alumni stand out.Read the story
If you've been thinking of making a career change and joining the IT sector, there is no better time than now. Just like Raya Minkova and Dimitar Petrov did. Learn more about their life-changing journey toward an IT career and how Alpha Java helped them do this!Read the story
After graduating with a major in Finance and Accounting, Alek followed a different career path – working as a bartender in the USA. Realizing he want to pursue a career in the IT sector, he applied for Telerik Academy Alpha C# to become a sought-after software developer.
After 12 years as a printing press operator, Kiril decided it was time for a career change. From Telerik Academy Alpha Java to an IT career - read his story!
Two months after graduating from Telerik Academy Alpha C#, Yoanna started her first IT career as a C# developer. Learn what helped her achieve her dream.
Check our interview with Ina Dobrilova, who helped build the Telerik Academy brand and was among the people responsible for its growth for almost 12 years.
Magi choose Alpha C# as her next step towards an IT career and graduated from Telerik Academy in December 2020. Less than a month later she received three job offers and today she is a Software Developer. This is his story.
Software developers are among the most in-demand and well-paid specialists in Bulgaria. Learn why Telerik Academy Alpha is the best way to kickstart your IT career from the people who have experienced it firsthand, our alumni!
In Bulgaria, where demand for qualified IT specialists is now outstripping the available supply, Telerik promotes itself as the only company in the country that offers free training courses. In 2009, it set up an academy for software engineers. So far 510 have enrolled — though not all stay the course — and the annual intake is rising. This year about 1,000 started the program, of whom Telerik plans to hire about 150.