Coding Dojo launches its Corporate Training Program to help businesses train engineers

Coding Dojo launches its Corporate Training Program to help businesses train engineers

Coding Dojo, best known for its bootcamps, is launching a Corporate Training Program to help the enterprise space keep engineers up to date on new language enhancements and technologies.

Citing a report by Dice Hiring, Coding Dojo notes it currently takes roughly 39 business days and 20 percent of an exiting employees salary to fill a vacancy. It hopes this new training program can close that gap a bit.

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“By equipping employees with next-generation skills and technologies, companies can become more agile and innovative,” says Coding Dojo CEO Richard Wang. “Couple that with the fact that there will be one million more computing jobs than computer science graduates by 2020, it’s clear that companies need build the skills of existing employees rather than rely solely on outside developer recruitment, which can be an expensive and time-consuming process.”

The Corporate Training Program has on-site or online programs employees and new hires can cycle through, and can be customized depending on the needs of an employer. Teams can learn entire stacks of information, or dive deeper into sub-categories like Web security or database development.

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