Fullstack InteticsLab

We regret to inform you that currently we are not actively reviewing applications to InteticsLab.

Expected date of the next course: Summer 2019

City: Minsk

Expected start dates: August 6, 2018

Duration: 2 months

Deadline for applications: July 27, 2018

Cost: Free

Technologies: Javascript and .Net

Do you want to get experience on real projects and start your IT career at international company? We have something for you to offer!

About InteticsLab

InteticsLab is an intensive training course consisting of a small theoretical and extensive practical educational curriculum for 3-4 year students of technical Universities and graduates of IT courses.

Real practitioners, project managers and developers from Intetics team, will introduce you to the fundamentals of JS and .Net.

Successful InteticsLab graduates are invited to join Intetics team upon completion of the training course.

Requirements

  • Be a final-year University student of technical or engineering faculty (Graduates of IT courses are also invited to apply);
  • Intermediate English;
  • Ability to attend 4-6 hour sessions at the Intetics office (Minsk) Monday-Friday starting August 2018;
  • Ability to work full-time (40-hours working week) after completion;
  • Basic programming skills in OOP language(s) will be a plus.

We do not need any previous working experience in IT.

How To Apply?

  • Download the InteticsLab2018TestTask, complete it;
  • Fill in the form;
  • Pass the telephone interview;
  • Get the invitation to the second interview at our office;
  • Pass the competitive selection and become the trainee of InteticsLab.

About InteticsLab Full stack curriculum:

This course is an introduction to software engineering, mainly (but not limited to) .NET and JavaScript technologies. The course is designed for students with programming experience but if you have none and are motivated - you will do fine.

During the course you will learn the fundamentals and main concepts of software development processes including:

  • application engineering design (JavaScipt and .NET)
  • deployment nuances (development and production environments)
  • version control and time tracking (git/svn, JIRA/Trello, etc.)
  • pitfalls of development process (something special from our experience)

So, welcome!