It’s been a while since we last shared with you what has been happening in the lives of the Refactory Alumni who are now going ahead to do big things in big spaces.
We pride ourselves in the calibre of tech talent that comes through our doors as they are well equipped with soft skills and technical skills that allow them one foot in the door when they are ready for gainful employment.
Let’s dive straight into it,
At the start of this year, we were thrilled to have received a headhunting call from Stanbic Uganda in search of fresh tech talent to beef up their day-to-day operations. 4 of Refactory’s alumni were dissolved into the different subsidiaries of the group. To mention but a-few....
Biko Jeremy Biteete Junior Software developer Flyhub, Stanbic Uganda Holdings.
Isaac Ssemugenyi - Junior Software Developer (Learnership Program) - Flyhub Uganda Limited (Stanbic FINTECH Company)
Also, recently Laboremus has taken on new talent to fill their ever-growing need for developers who fit the skillset they are looking for. Emmanuel, Steve and Kevin joined the DevOps team at Laboremus Uganda to extend support to the tremendous work they are doing-especially with Emata, a licensed microfinance institution that digitises farmers’ cooperatives and gives them access to digital and affordable financial products.
Our Bootcamp curriculum is designed to accelerate participants software skills while working to solve a problem with a team. They undergo in-depth training in the areas of software development and project management to produce a minimum viable solution for an actual challenge in the tech industry. “It’s not about what you teach, it's about you train and what they learn.” Learn more about our Bootcamp here.
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September 11, 2020
Wednesday 29th January was no ordinary day at Refactory, it was the day we hosted our first-ever career day. The aim was to create a platform where students that are part of the Refactory program who are looking to enter employment get to interface with the game-changers in the tech industry. Safe to say it was a success.Read more
Joanita Nassiwa, Refactory
March 13, 2020
For Beatrice, Refactory came at a time when her mother had chased her from home insisting that she find a job. “Coming from a family of nine, I was used to living with so many people. But now I had to learn to go about life by myself. That was the hardest time of my life and also the lowest I had ever been.” Beatrice recalls.Read more
March 3, 2020
When I was at the University, the thought of leaving the comfort of my tiny hostel room to engage in anything on a Saturday was unbearable. That wasn’t the case for the students of the Developer Students Club at Uganda Christian University.Read more
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