DB Global Technology, Deutsche Bank’s Bucharest technology centre, launches Java School on the local market, a training program for specialists who are interested in the Java computer programming language.
According to a press release, within the program, they will attend specialized courses which combine theoretical elements with Java programming projects. Following the graduation of the program, participants will join the DB Global Technology team.
Applications for the first edition of Java School organized by DB Global Technology will take place during January 18 – February 11, 2016. Following the selection process, 20 participants will be chosen, to learn and work close with the DB Global Technology professionals.
“DB Global Technology’s Java School program is unique and takes place for the first time in Romania. Through it, we aim to offer new perspectives to young IT&C professionals eager to specialize in a reference language for our domain, such as Java,” said Marian V. Popa, General Director of DB Global Technology. “Furthermore, by the end of the program, we aim to expand DB Global Technology’s team with the new colleagues who prove themselves through positive results, passion, team spirit and creativity.”
Java School is designed for students in their last year of studies and Master’s students from IT&C profile faculties, as well as people who have a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in fields such as informatics or software engineering.
Those interested in participating in the Java School program can apply by sending an e-mail with the subject ‘Java School – Application’, together with a CV, to email@example.com.
Java School is an initiative launched under the Bucharest Excellence School umbrella, DB Global Technology’s learning and development program.
DB Global Technology develops cutting edge software solutions for Deutsche Bank’s global operations and represents a platform for highly trained software engineers, being operational since 2014.