Blockchain Healthcare Startup Solve.Care Concludes Second React Native CourseDecember 4, 2019
Solve.Care Academy, an educational program run by blockchain healthcare startup Solve.Care, has concluded its latest educational program, React Native.
Solve.Care Academy gives young specialists and recent graduates the opportunity to gain professional training and potentially work at Solve.Care.
In a press release, Solve.Care announced the successful conclusion of its second React Native course, which gives young specialists and recent graduates the opportunity to gain professional training and serves to foster new developing talent for Solve.Care’s operational center in Kyiv, Ukraine. Following a rigorous two months of bi-weekly testing and the successful completion of a final exam, the four highest-performing graduates were offered the opportunity to join the Solve.Care team as junior front-end developers. The graduates join an already diverse and talented team, which includes the top three graduates from Solve.Care’s inaugural UX/UI Design course that ended in June of this year.
Olga Yatsuk, one of the four newly hired graduates, said that by participating in Solve.Care Academy and graduating from the React Native course, she’ve had the chance to take part in a life-changing opportunity.
“I’ve learned new technologies and techniques, and my mentor taught me how to use software, such as Redux, to build better quality apps,” Yatsuk said. “I’m very excited to start working with Solve.Care.”
The first React Native course was completed in January of this year with the four top graduates accepting positions in Development. Solve.Care Academy, which currently offers one speciality course every two months with Business Analysis and DevOps programs scheduled to begin next cycle, plans to offer multiple courses simultaneously in the future.
“We are teaching more than just technology at Solve.Care Academy,” said Solve.Care Operations Manager and Academy Organizer Volodymyr Dyomkin. “It is also essential that our students embody the Solve.Care culture and mindset, and, as graduates of the program, come to fully grasp the disposition and aptitude required for working in a global company. Instilling our values into each class, we teach students how to be professionals in their field and operate in a dynamic environment. We’re delighted to welcome four of our recent graduates to the team.”
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