“I was essentially a repository of information with no way to let it out. Since coming to Revature, they’ve tapped into that reservoir and given me a path to allow me to use it."
Just in time for the Super Bowl! Regardless of the business you’re in, we all know that our people mean the difference between success and failure. Not only the decisions they make, but how hard they work, the risks they avoid, and what talents they bring to your organization.
It only takes a short time at Revature to recognize a positive difference in yourself.
"After being at Revature for 6 weeks I am a lot more confident in my skills. I did a little bit of programming prior to coming here so I was a bit familiar with Java and that kind of stuff but I've now done really practical programming, things that an employer is really going to be interested in."
Exciting times ahead! Construction continues to progress at our new training facility at West Virginia University in Morgantown.
"Revature, which pegs itself as a "leading-edge technology solutions firm," takes a different approach. Working with its own A-list set of set of institutions (including George Mason University, Ohio University, Arizona State, California State University and the University of Missouri), this company sets up classrooms on campus, then recruits students to take a free, 12-week crash course in coding with a guarantee of employment as a software consultant at the end."
It’ll take time as you adjust to your organization’s culture and learn what’s considered appropriate behavior. Some things, however, are fairly standard in large enterprises, including how to effectively communicate with email. When it comes to proper email etiquette, follow these tips to avoid any major faux pas.
At a time when everyone is making New Year's resolutions, make professional dress one of yours. How you dress in the workplace contributes to the impression you make on coworkers, teammates, customers, and clients. Ensure the impression you're giving is a positive one.
Whether you’re looking for your first full-time job or actively seeking the next step in your career, it’s a good time to put yourself on the market.
Did you put your job search off during the holidays? Don't worry, it's not too late to start. Even if you don't have a computer science degree, you can still become a successful software engineer.
"Going through SPARK has definitely given me a lot more confidence when it comes to solving problems, applying technology, talking to my colleagues about technology, and generally being confident about what we should learn to expect when we step onto our client project."
Today we hosted our associate holiday lunch. We hope you all enjoyed it! We're so appreciative of all your hard work. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQONy