Along the way I had a ton of fun, participated in group projects and hackathons, went to talks, worked in sprints, and learned a TON.
Web Developer at Neurogazer
Learning to collaborate with others, learning to adopt new technologies to solve unique problems, and learning what it feels like to build real projects gave me a massive leg up in the interview process.
Full Stack Software Engineer at Zencare
Worked in Mental Health and Outdoor Recreation
It's what Practicum does best — they help you build a portfolio, so you can show anybody that you really know how to do it.
Former physics & statistics professional
While you are learning, you are also learning Agile methodology, which is used for most companies out there. And you have a fantastic community and a tutor that is always willing to answer your questions.
The mentors, community managers and support staff are top notch and care greatly about student advancement and, ultimately, success. The program provides also great alumni network with an active Slack.
Software Engineer at Accenture
The entire team is so caring and thoughtful, and are willing to help in any way they can. They really make the program feel personal.
Full-stack Software Engineer at Cove.tool
Former Technical Engineer Research
Worked in pharmacy
It was helpful to convert my non-tech related resume into a more tech-focused one
Remote Junior Software Developer at Expression Networks
The best part about Practicum is the project-based learning approach. All projects that I've completed were a great addition to my portfolio. I'm very grateful to Practicum — in one year, | was able to pivot into a different career and get a job offer that I’m very happy with.
Junior React Developer Contractor at Lululemon
Former molecular Biology and Chemical Engineering research fellow
My favorite part of the program is the code reviews. They are an extremely important part of the course and at least for me, it has proved vital to both understand the nitty-gritty, and apply best practices when writing code.