#YesWeCode Coding Corps Graduates Speak Out On CollabNet’s Scrum Training

November 1, 2016 CollabNet VersionOne

What have we been up to with our #YesWeCode partnership? Get the first-hand story from #YesWeCode Coding Corps graduates in this new video. Hear about their experiences and how they’ve benefitted from the Agile and Scrum training CollabNet provided.

#YesWeCode is a nonprofit organization devoted to helping connect 100,000 young adults from diverse backgrounds to careers in technology. Together, #YesWeCode and CollabNet help qualified candidates move forward to secure challenging and rewarding jobs in the tech sector, which is facing a shortfall of qualified workers in our country.

The CollabNet training is provided at no cost to students. In addition to technical training, the #YesWeCode program, along with its partners like CollabNet, prepares graduates on how to interview for technical jobs and provides placement help.

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With all types and sizes of organizations relying on quality software development and delivery, the Agile and Scrum experience that #YesWeCode Coding Corps participants are gaining is in high demand.

As certified ScrumMasters, graduates of the first #YesWeCode Coding Corps class seen in the new video are now able to support development teams with a framework in Agile practices and processes.

We’re proud of these graduates and will bring you updates periodically of our ongoing work with #YesWeCode.

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