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Ever-growing demand, double-digit growth forecasts, and new technologies behind – the rapidly developing industry of programming schools has a lot to offer. There is a chance to enter it easily. 

The enormous rise of the software industry for the last two decades results in an ever-growing demand for IT skills. According to Global Knowledge, the world's leading provider of IT and professional training services, as much as

70% of the global industry faces a shortage of necessary IT skills.

Programmers are missing, and yet, traditional school curricula do not seem to respond to this trend. In the US, for instance, only 40% of schools teach programming, as reports. While traditional public education schemes fail – or do not even try - to tackle the labor market mismatch problems, space arises for bootcamps - training centers that approach this issue in an alternative, dynamic and effective manner.


Coding bootcamps are intensive programs of software development and IT skills. Bootcamp approach is based on high-intensity training. Courses curricula consist of highly condensed knowledge which, normally obtained by students during multi-year programs, is conveyed to them within weeks. The mission of coding bootcamps is not only to equip students with practical knowledge but also to support them in the process of job search. The majority of bootcamps graduates manage to find new jobs within a few months after finishing the course. The idea of accelerated learning in IT made its debut in 2011 and since then it has been gathering more and more followers. In 2017, bootcamps graduated over 23,000 developers. This number is expected to grow.

Hiring juniors trained in programming bootcamps is not only a way to simply fill in the gap in IT companies employment. Such employees enrich enterprises with unique values, like diversity, resulting from the fact that they represent various educational backgrounds, which widens their intellectual horizons. They also enhance business with an eagerness to look for positive change, the same that pushed them to put their life on hold for long weeks and attend a boot camp and change their whole career.


According to the European Commission,

European countries can suffer a total shortage of over 900,000 skilled ICT workers by 2020.

Shortages, however, concern no longer only software developers, but also digital visual design and creativity specialists, digital user experience experts, big data specialists, and many others. Despite dynamic market trends, not all bootcamps realize the need to come up with a complex and broad product portfolio. Coders Lab is among the few which adapt their course portfolio to the constantly developing market demand. With 5 year experience and the offer made of 12 courses the company has made its way to the leader’s position on the Polish bootcamp market,

growing its revenues at the average annual rate of 400%.


Coding Bootcamp Market Report states that the industry is expected to grow at the annual rate of 10,96% during the period 2017-2021. We would like to offer you an out-of-the-box solution to enter this industry instantly, taking advantage of Coders Lab’s experience, know-how, ready-made courses, and support. Together we can be part of this great education phenomenon and create a global brand.

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