- to help keen young developers to build skills, experience and confidence while still in full-time education to help them progress straight into the software development industry as junior developers or, better, as higher or degree level apprentices.
- to produce high quality, affordable software for charities, non-profits and social start-ups.
We believe this is possible and believe that the ‘training kitchen’ idea can be adapted to a ‘training software house’ concept where young people work on real projects, led by professionals, to develop mobile and web apps for charities and non-profits and to contribute to open-source projects. futureCoders is dedicated to making this happen.
Watch the video to find out more:
college students + professional developers
two days per week , real projects
building high quality apps
for charities, non-profits, start-ups, etc