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
Meet Yana and Dimitar - one couple that changed careers with Telerik Academy Alpha C#. How did their journey to a successful IT career go? Learn from their story.
Meet Maria and Vasil - two of our Telerik Academy Alpha mentors and Alpha alumni. Dive in and learn why mentorship is a key part of your path to a successful IT career.
Veselina is a third-year Software Engineering student who also works at Software AG. Learn how she did it with the help of Telerik Academy Alpha Java!
Python is one of the most popular programming languages in the world, and you can master it in just 24 weeks. How? With our newest Alpha Python program your 6-month road to a successful IT career is mission possible. Here's how.
To learn more about C# and what makes it a great career choice, we talked with Kiril Stanoev - technical trainer at Telerik Academy Alpha C# - the fastest path to a successful IT career as a C# developer.
Since Telerik Academy’s launch eight years ago to-date around 12,000 people have been trained onsite. More than 45,000 have used the Academy’s online resources (including 3,800 video lessons with close to 6 million views). Telerik Academy’s results are impressive.
The ability to think beyond the three options and see a fourth is the source of all competitive advantage. For example, software companies all share the same global strategic headache: recruiting capable programmers. Most employers looking to hire capable programmers consider three obvious options: pay more, outsource to third-party developers, or slow down development. Telerik considered these options but instead decided to go for a fourth option–they created Telerik Academy.