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So you have decided to become a Software Developer, but you are not sure which language to start with? We recommend that you start with Java because it is one of the most used programming languages in the world and its popularity is growing. Why, you ask? Because Java is a universal language, suitable for any operating system, and runs on almost any device you want. This makes it easy to use. But not only is Java easy to use, but it is also simple to learn, especially because there is a lot of pre-existing code that you can reuse in your own projects and programs.
A memorable learning experience
A comprehensive pool of online resources
Workshops and guidance by seasoned programmers and professionals
An alumni programme, intercultural community and regular community events
A certificate as evidence of your hard work, upon successful completion of the course
The multi-stage application process will include, among other details, the following:
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No, don't worry, this programme is for complete beginners. You will learn everything from the very start.
Maybe. We've had the experience from past intakes, that even people with some previous knowledge can take away a lot from the course. This is because we explain the concepts in depth, and our experienced mentors can answer detailed questions. To make the decision, ask yourself how well you know the following concepts:
Even if you've seen some of these concepts before, if you feel like you still need a more thorough explanation on them, and want to dive deeper into Java, this course might still be right for you.
Unfortunately not. This programme requires an intensive commitment of 40 hours per week. By applying, you are confirming that you are available to attend the programme full-time and in person at our premises in Vienna.
Yes! Upon successful completion of the programme, you will be equipped with all the tools and knowledge necessary to start a career as a Junior Software Developer
Unfortunately not. Only people who are registered as unemployed with AMS Niederösterreich are eligible to participate. Details of how to register as unemployed can be found on the AMS Niederösterreich website.
For you? Nothing! - The programme is fully funded by BFI Niederösterreich, which means that the costs of the programme are completely covered.
AMS Niederösterreich will generally continue to pay personal compensation during the duration of the programme, depending on your personal eligibility. Details about this can be discussed with your AMS Niederösterreich contact person (Berater*in).