Our educational program graduates are fully prepared to solve practical business tasks. The successfully finalized projects can prove it.
Crypto Kombat Team requested the interface development for their project. A junior frontend team implemented a trading card game using crypto.
Also, the founder of Zombie Cupcakes was happy with the project presented by our graduates. They designed the frontend and connected smart contracts to the platform, which sells the NFT collection. The team consisted of two developers. Olga Skoroded is in Junior grade 3 with more than a year of experience, and Mikhail Yakubchuk is in Junior grade 2 with less than two months of practice. Before this project, Mikhail had no crypto experience. He studied Web3 (a blockchain library), mastered the architecture, layout, complex animations and logic to complete the tasks.
“First, I studied the topic of NFT, especially frontend development. I was looking into the following questions:
- What kind of information do I need to learn?
- What libraries to study for the development of a friendly-user NFT interaction website?
By the way, I aquired the skill of fast technology learning at the command stage of the training program. There, we need to study new libraries and put them into practice in a short time" - says Misha.
The client liked the non-trivial animations that made the interface more interactive and dynamic. “They are the best web3 frontend development team I have ever worked with. It was easy to cooperate with them. The guys did a fantastic job,” - says Brett Lindstrom, founder of the blockchain project.
Despite the lack of experience, junior devs have a strong advantage. It is their passion for a new profession, strive for self-learning, and desire to gain recognition from more experienced colleagues and demanding clients.