Accenture Baltics and Women Go Tech are teaming up for another season of She Goes Tech – a program that offers basic technology training for women. After a successful first run in Lithuania during which over 100 Lithuanian participants made it through the selection process and received scholarships for their training, we’re back to kick off the 2023 Winter-Spring season!
Watch the online session dedicated to a detailed overview of this season’s tracks, application process, participant experience stories, and other practicalities.
Together we are happy to support the most motivated women to develop new forward-looking professional skills with no study fee. The program consists of the following tracks:
- Python and big data analytics (watch a demo session)
- DevOps (watch a demo session)
- JAVA (watch a demo session)
- Microsoft technologies and .NET (watch a demo session)
Training will be held in the evenings for approximately 3 months, so it will also be suitable for those studying or working. A total of 160 participants are accepted to the program.
Do I qualify?
Women with basic technology knowledge and higher education, interested in technologies, who are motivated to learn coding and other new things are welcome to apply! A strong motivation is the most important skill you should possess.
Training will be held in the evenings for approximately 3 months, so it will also be suitable for those studying or working.
- You should be 18+ years old
- Completed higher education, preferably in STEM, Economics, Finance, Business and similar field
- Motivation to learn coding
- Analytical skills
- Intermediate or higher level of English
- Prior knowledge in selected area will be considered as an advantage
Why MICROSOFT TECHNOLOGIES AND .NET?
Microsoft.net is among the most popular technologies for building websites and applications. It is open-sourced, so easily available to start development of the product at any time. The demand for Microsoft.net is never-ending. The technology is used in a lot of government organizations like the Pentagon, also games like Titanfall and social networks like Odnoklasniki. Game engine Unity is built on .NET and is a backbone of many modern games like Hearthstone and Cities: Skylines. The promise Knowledge in .NET provides exciting job opportunities and career growth in a field that is always in the process of progress. On the foundations of Microsolf.net, you can build your future in many different directions – as a Web, Application or Software developer, Tester, DevOps specialist and more. As every single company is using some kind of an IT service (web pages, mobile apps, product management systems), the possibilities are truly – endless.
Are you looking for a change? Begin with DevOps, and you will never be bored again. Join a striving community of developers, testers, and analysts working together as one team to innovate faster and build the next Netflix. We keep essential, revenue-critical systems up and running despite hurricanes and bandwidth outages using the best automation practices. And all of this while utilizing the most modern Cloud technologies. Adopting DevOps philosophy requires a new mindset and new tools, but don’t worry about not having these. After completing the training, you will be equipped with the needful knowledge and hands-on experience to progress in your career.
It is everywhere – from rich visual experiences on websites and complex web applications to powering high load middleware and backend applications written in NodeJS, to popular desktop applications written in electron – Slack, MS Teams, VS Code.
You will be working on creating User Interface (UI) for websites, creating complex web applications, integrating them with backend solutions and creating backend services for a serverless cloud stack.
The main requirement is to have a spark in your eyes and a passion for making the world a better place today than it was yesterday. Passion for being a problem solver, taking challenges apart and putting them back in the form of a solution, using the tools at your disposal correctly!
Java is one of the most popular programming languages; it is object-orientated and produces software for multiple platforms.
It enables programmers to write computer instructions using English-based commands instead of having to write in numeric codes.
With basic knowledge in Java, you can develop a career in many different fields: you can continue your education as a Web, Application or Software developer, DevOps specialist, Tester and more.
Java is used very widely – from computer games like RuneScape, operating system Android and email client Gmail, to scientific applications like NASA Wind Spacecraft.
Why PYTHON AND BIG DATA ANALYTICS?
Python is a high level programming language used in data and its compatibility with a greater array of other languages means that it is simply more convenient in most cases. One of the most common uses for Python is in its ability to create and manage data structures quickly. Python’s performance capability is much higher than other popular languages. The next step after learning Python will be to learn SQL, Big data tools like Spark, Cloud platforms etc. The prospective career of a Python programmer and Big data engineer includes work on the collection, storage, processing, and analysis of huge sets of data; performing machine learning on a large scale; creating and managing the company’s Big Data infrastructure and tools. To apply for this program, interest in working with big data is needed.