If you want to know how to start your coding career whether you are an absolute beginner or have little programming experience, the next lines are for you.Read the story
We are welcoming News UK and their partner Questers to our ever-growing partner network! To learn more about News UK and the role of junior talent in the company, we talked to Nainesh Mehta.Read the story
It's easy to make the first steps but to master React, you must invest a lot of time and effort. Lucky, there's a shortcut - Upskill React. Learn more about the program from our Upskill React alumni.Read the 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!
Monika is an Associate Software Engineer at Software AG. It is the job she always wanted. A job she landed without any previous work experience in the IT industry and while still studying at Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski. How was this possible? With Telerik Academy Alpha Java! Read Monika’s inspiring story.
Liliya Burlakova graduated from Telerik Academy Alpha Java in May 2020, during the first COVID-19 wave. Less than 2 months later, she started working as a Junior Software Developer. This is her exciting journey.
To prepare their children for their professional development, many parents invest in lessons on foreign languages and math. Although the mastery of both is a prerequisite for success in many professions, they are not sufficient to prepare students for the professions of the future.