Why Choose Software Development?

Software development is on the rise. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that demand for software development jobs will increase 17 percent by 2024, and the job market needs more skilled developers to meet that demand. Learning a programming language like Java or .NET/C# is incredibly valuable in today’s job market, and coding bootcamps like The Software Guild are the best way to learn programming languages quickly.

Case Study: The Future of Hiring

Technology companies need a steady source of development talent. Through training apprentices, the Software Guild is adding qualified, job-ready candidates to the talent pool. The Software Guild provides employers access to a network of qualified graduates at no charge, and connects apprentices to companies in need of talented developers.

Download the latest case study to see how The Software Guild has steadily supplied companies like Louisville's El Toro with well-trained, work-ready developers.

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Case Study: The Value of Custom Training

At a Fortune 500 company, software engineers needed training to develop advanced applications, but heavy workloads allowed little time for professional development. With coding tools and techniques varied throughout the team, they needed innovative in-house training that would uniformly upskill each engineer.

Download the latest case study to see how The Software Guild partners with employers to provide immersive, in-person training programs to upskill developers while boosting collaboration and productivity.

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Web Developer

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Software Engineer

Applies engineering principles to the creation of new software.

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Software Developer

Writes computer programs or applications that carry out tasks on computers, smartphones, and other devices.

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Software Application Tester

Assesses and evaluates new applications, programs and software to ensure they function correctly.

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Quality Assurance Engineer

The first line of defense against bugs, crashes and other unintended side effects of code.

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Database Administrator

Responsible for ensuring that highly complicated systems run smoothly.

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Are you analytical, with a passion for technology?

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