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MacKenzie isn't your typical software engineer.
Working as a tech recruiter after college, she recognized in herself the attributes needed to be successful in the field. What she lacked was hands-on technical training. We agreed with MacKenzie's assessment! Through our training and support, MacKenzie launched her career as a Dev10 Software Engineer at a national department store retail chain.
Chris was on his way to a PhD.
But he decided more schooling wasn’t the answer for him. He dabbled in sales and operations, and even worked as a firefighter and a bartender! Over time, he realized he was interested in software development and began researching his options. He discovered Dev10 and was amazed at everything he learned during his three months of hands-on training. Now, he’s a Software Development Consultant and he says he uses the skills he learned every single day!
Kate was heavy into science during her time at Macalester College.
She majored in neuroscience, with a minor in chemistry, biology and computer science. While test tubes and lab coats seemed to be in her future, all that changed when she took an Intro to Coding class her junior year. She was hooked on software development! With the help of Dev10, Kate launched her tech career with a retail company in the Midwest where she tests code for point of sale (POS) systems.
Mimi felt her career had plateaued.
After graduating in 2018 from the University of Minnesota -- where she majored in biology and minored in environmental science and French -- she worked lab jobs before landing a role as a regulatory coordinator. After two years of authoring safety data sheets she began looking for a career change and put out feelers. A Dev10 recruiter reached out to her via a job board and the rest, as they say, is history! Today, Mimi works as a Quality Engineer with a healthcare company in the Midwest.
Like many 2020 college grads, Josh faced a difficult job market.
He had earned a BA in Economics and Psychology and had experience in finance and banking, but few employers were hiring. So Josh worked as an Amazon Prime Shopper at Whole Foods, a job he loved. But he always thought a coding career might be for him. A Dev10 recruiter reached out to him and he made it through the rigorous application process as well as the challenging training. Now Josh works as a Software Developer with a retail company in the Midwest.
We even had a Fortune 50 client bestow awards normally reserved for its employees to two Dev10 Associates for their work in developing and delivering a training course on a new tech platform.
"He'll be our next CIO in 10 years."
"Likely the best engineering mind I've ever worked with."
"Outperformed her assigned mentor in just 6 months."
"Delivering code in quantity and quality of a 5 year professional."
"We need two more Peters for our team. He is amazing!"
"She'll likely be a Tech Lead in a few years."
"He has become the resident SME gaining even more knowledge than I have."
are still working
with their client
after one year.
We believe great technologists and engineers come from all walks of life.
Show us their people skill. During a team exercise, we observe their word choices, their efforts to include others, their ability to reach consensus, their professionalism, and whether they have fun along the way.
On average, a Dev10 applicant invests 60 hours of their personal time in our hiring process. If they loved it, they're Dev10 material!
The experience is intense—mirroring a corporate environment with stand ups,
deadlines, individual and team assignments.
Every Dev10 Associate is assigned a Dev10 Mentor who coaches them
through their first year in their new career.
Dev10 Associates also participate in our Continuing Education Program
which provides on-going learning on topics like DevOps Fundamentals,
Cloud Architecture and Cybersecurity for Devs.