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Vivacoder has been released to support GCC coders and IT students

Newage Learning, a holding company for learning and development, has announced Vivacoder to support coders and IT students.

Vivacoder is an initiative that provides individuals and organizations in the GCC region with a comprehensive suite of talent and work-related online technology learning services. The Vivacoder training program focuses on software coding and cybersecurity training using guided learning paths, hands-on labs, and skill assessments. All programs offered are based on international accreditation and are affiliated with ITMO University in St. Petersburg, Russia and Infoshare Academy in Gdansk, Poland.

Training is offered in either physics or virtual classrooms, but students are also offered the option of self-study courses in collaboration with Cert Nexus, New York, USA.

The rapid pace of technology today requires a learning approach that meets the needs of both individuals and organizations. Therefore, Vivacoder offers the latest technology courses tailored to the particular learning styles and needs of participants.

During the duration of the program, participants will be required to submit a project on the topic they have learned and create a portfolio to validate their learning and developed skills. At the end of the program, candidates will present a final project to demonstrate their abilities.

Earlier this year, the UAE designated October 29th as its annual “National Coder Day”. This day encourages the exploration of coding skills as the country pursues its goal of achieving the world’s largest per capita coder rate within 10 years.

At the GITEX Global Leaders Vision in October 2021, Omar Sultan Al Orama, Minister of Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy and Remote Work Applications, states that the country excels in developing female coders and opens new employment opportunities for women around the world. Emirates said he believed he could bring. He also emphasized the UAE’s Coder Association’s plans to bring together 60,000 coders already residing in the UAE.

read: United Arab Emirates may be better at developing female coders, AI Minister of State said

Meanwhile, coding professionals around the world are now able to apply for a UAE Golden Visa as part of a national coder program reported by the official news agency WAM earlier this year.

This initiative is available to both UAE residents and non-residents and can attract the most qualified coders and graduates specializing in the field of coding.

read: Coders around the world can now apply for a UAE Golden Visa

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