It took Atanas Tankov just one week to start his first IT job after Telerik Academy Alpha Java. He started working at HedgeServ. This is his inspirational story!Read the story
Meet Childish, a Telerik Academy partner and a foundation-owned company which combines the powers of Data Science and Software Development.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 from Telerik Academy, Valeri worked as a software engineer at VMware for a couple of years and in 2017 joined Leanplum’s team in Bulgaria. Today, he is responsible for data analysis and user experience recommendations that are part of the company’s leading mobile marketing platform.
The admission to Telerik Academy Alpha Java is now open for online application. The program is 6 months long and starts in November. Everyone can prepare for the exam by using our free materials or by taking similar courses with a focus on programming fundamentals.
Telerik Academy connects established software companies and rapidly developing startups with top tech talent that has graduated from Telerik Academy Alpha - our professional program training junior software engineers.
At 20, Kiril Peyanski graduated from Telerik Academy and started his first job as a programmer. He decided to spend enough time and choose the company that would best fit him. So, after several job interviews he finally picked Progress and is now part of the Kendo UI for React team.
During 2016-2017 academic year, over 2000 students in 1-12 grade took part in our free programming and digital skills trainings for students. With total of 36 cohorts in 11 towns across the country, nearly three-quarters of all participants, aged 7-12, made their first steps in the world of technologies.
Campus X, the largest private incubator for technology companies and talent in Southeastern Europe and the home of Telerik Academy, won 4 prestigious awards at the annual b2b Media Awards 2018. Thus, becoming the most awarded organization of the evening.
Announcing Telerik Academy as the big winner of Forbes Business Awards 2020 may have been a surprise for some. A private tech-ed academy with an annual turnover of less than BGN 2 million somehow outrun companies with thousands of employees, operating on global markets, with millions in profits? How is this possible? For the answers, read Forbes' interview with Alexandra Mechkova, Telerik Academy CEO.
96% of companies expect their operations to be on an upward trajectory in the next 12 months or less. From them, 36% are already on a growth path, and 79% expect this to happen in the next 6-12 months. These are just some of the results of the in-depth survey conducted by Telerik Academy. The aim is to outline the current state of the IT companies in Bulgaria. Read more about the findings and the “IT Hiring and Upskilling Trends in 2020“ report in Computerworld.
In May 2020, a couple of months after the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, DevStyleR talked to our CEO Alexandra Mechkova about how the pandemic changed the Academy and the IT sector. From the interview, you’ll learn why the IT sector remains among the least affected by the COVID-19 crisis and how it changed the hiring strategies across the entire ecosystem.
Telerik Academy won the grand prize among all categories and competing against 70+ companies across different industries – “Best Company of 2020”. The Academy took home yet another award – “Best Company of 2020 in the Education Category”. The ceremony brought together 400 people, eagerly awaiting the announcement of the winners.
In an interview for DevStyleR Alexandra Mechkova, Telerik Academy CEO, talks about the importance of training and upskilling employees, and growing junior IT talents.