Galvanize Debuts Part-Time Software Engineering Professional Development Courses

DENVER–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Sep 30, 2020–

An early 2020 report found that 87% of employers were already experiencing a skills gap, or expected to within the next few years – particularly in the software engineering fields. Further, there is a notable absence of mentorship in the computer programming industry for those looking for ways to grow their careers. Thus, the average software developer must perform self-mentorship to become better craftspeople and to guide themselves through their own career advancement.

To meet these demands, Galvanize, a leader in developing talent and capabilities for individuals and corporations in technical fields such as software engineering and data science, is today introducing yet another solution: ten part-time, professional development Hack Reactor courses for experienced individuals looking to grow their careers.

While there are many educational opportunities for software developers in the market, including one-off courses and topic-specific subscriptions to online graduate degrees, Galvanize’s new courses

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RevaComm and Galvanize Provide U.S. Air Force with Scalable Learning Solutions for At-Home Instruction During Pandemic

RevaComm, an enterprise digital transformation company that has 30 years of experience transforming organizational challenges into powerful digital capabilities, and Galvanize, a leader in developing talent and capabilities for individuals and corporations in the technical fields of software engineering and data science, announced today they are working with the U.S. Air Force to provide better management and tracking of synchronous and asynchronous learning for Airmen and contractors, whether they are in-person or remote.

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For the first time, with the development and guidance from prime contract holder RevaComm, Galvanize has modified its commercial proprietary LEARN training and technology system to deploy on Platform One, the Air Force, and the Department of Defense’s hardened internal technology platform. Over 11,000 members of the Air Force workforce plan to use or have already begun utilizing this system, with more added each day.

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