Below is a small selection to showcase the impressive projects that _nology trainees complete within just 12 weeks of learning with _nology. You can view more examples of previous trainees’ work here.
Why hire with _nology?
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500 + hours experience of building and testing software
The most relevant languages and frameworks, now
Competent in firebase to provide backend functionality.
Trained in communication, presentation and professionalism.
Developed through real projects and UX design.
Consolidated knowledge in agile, test-driven development and clean code.
Highly motivated team players seeking continuous improvement.
Junior Developers ready to slip seamlessly into your workforce.
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Junior Web Developer
“The course has been challenging so far, but in a positive, growth way! We are only 4 weeks in and already I can feel a complete shift in mindset starting to occur. You have to be patient, but slowly you start to see the little wins, reinforcing that you are making progress somewhere. Although I enjoy most aspects of the course, the stand out aspect, for me, has to be the quality of training. Liam truly creates an environment where failure is encouraged and learnt from, giving you the time and opportunity to explore, ultimately building confidence in your ability.”
Junior Software Engineer
“After I left school I found myself heading in a direction I wasn't happy with. When I heard about _nology I thought it would be a great opportunity to change that.”
Junior Software Developer
“_nology has already helped me develop my tech skills in the four weeks I've been here. The course does an amazing job in consistently introducing new topics in simple and manageable chunks while still remaining enjoyably challenging.”