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
With the right guidance and resources, you can become a UX/UI designer in just 3 months. How? By joining our holistic program Upskill UX/UI Design. Learn more about the program from the people who went through it – our alumni.Read the story
Want to accelerate your career in the highly sought-after digital marketing field? But have no idea where to start? Telerik Academy Upskill Digital Marketing is designed and led by digital marketing gurus with global experience who can help you become a 360-degree marketing professional.
Yoanna is a copywriter at one of the big digital and PR agencies in Bulgaria. She knew all the best practices to do her job right, but it wasn’t enough for her. She wanted to build her own approach and to become a full-stack digital marketing professional. Learn how Telerik Academy’s Digital Marketing course helped her do it.
Hristo has seamlessly switched careers – going from a marketing professional to a product designer at VMware shortly after graduating from Telerik Academy’s UX/UI Design course.
Despite his extensive professional experience, Lyubozar was stuck between the tight deadlines and a swiftly shifting company’s focus towards building new software products. As a leader of a small but dedicated team, he had to upgrade and update on his UX/UI skillset.
Telerik Academy in partnership with LimeAcademy – an educational initiative of the leader in blockchain consulting and development LimeChain, introduces the first comprehensive on-site master class for blockchain and Ethereum in Bulgaria. This also marks the launch of a brand new Telerik Academy training unit for experienced professionals, looking to upskill or retrain in the fields of IT, digital marketing and others.
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.