In the world of software development, one of the most referred technologies is full-stack at the moment. HR professionals flood job search platforms with numerous open full-stack positions, which highly suggests its dominance across the whole IT industry.
Starting from the beginning in a different profession is never easy. However, we believe that the presence and guidance of a credible and experienced professional can be a huge help, especially if they have been in the same shoes before. Get to know Dóri's story, who was once an office manager and is now a Business Analyst and a mentor in our CRM Specialist course.
Bence was working in retail during his university studies. During these years he decided to apply for a part-time programming course at Green Fox Academy. After Green Fox, he started to work in DevOps at a German IT company, 100% remotely. What is his course experience? Why does he like DevOps, and how future-proof does he think his new profession is? Get to know the story of his career change!
At the beginning, every career is motivating and every task has its exciting novelty. But what happens when, over time, you become tired of the dull weekdays, and the work that once used to be challenging turns into a boring routine? With the help of Virág Jónás, a psychologist mentor at Green Fox, we've gathered how to recognize the warning signs of burnout and what to do once it takes over you.
We believe that by providing up-to-date knowledge we can ensure our students' competitiveness in the labor market. That's why, during our courses, leading developers and recognized experts share their practical experiences with our students on several occasions, including Levente Szabados, an artificial intelligence expert.
We believe that by providing up-to-date knowledge we can ensure our students' competitiveness in the labor market. That's why, during our courses, leading developers and recognized experts share their practical experiences with our students on several occasions. James Tang, the software developer at SEON is also one of these experts.
It is now widely known that empathy and communication are essential as a programmer. More and more employers are favouring candidates who still need to improve their technical knowledge but are strong in soft skills. But what soft skills should a programmer have and how much can these skills be developed? To what extent can the rise of ChatGPT and similar systems transform these expectations? We asked Annabella Ádám, psychologist at Green Fox Academy.
It is still worth learning programming: our latest alumni survey revealed that the average salary of those who enter the field as career changers exceeds HUF 1.2 million gross per month after 3 years. After three years, promotion is almost guaranteed, and nine out of ten programmers who have completed the bootcamp already work in at least medior position.
Evosoft Hungary Kft. is a leading IT company in Hungary which has a presence in our country since 1995. Today, they operate with nearly 2000 employees but the number is increasing every year. They have been cooperating with Green Fox Academy almost since the start of the bootcamp. Thus, they have gained great knowledge and experience not only on the tech side but the HR side as well. This time we talked about the effective onboarding process and the integration of career changers.
Technological enhancements often evoke strong emotions in people; this is no different when ChatGPT made its explosive public entry. Some believe that the dominance of AI leads to the end of the programming profession, while others see exciting opportunities arising from it. Where does the truth lie? In our article, we deep-dive into those changes that AI tools bring to the lives of developers. Will ChatGPT truly be the programmer of the future?
It’s never easy to change career, even if it's not a 180-degree turn. Our e-book helps you make a more conscious decision to change your career.
"As an AI language model, I am not capable of taking anyone's job. My goal is to help users generate natural language answers to their queries, helping to make certain tasks more efficient and effective" - ChatGPT on whether it replaces human programmers.
Would you like to know our partners better, where you can even start your new IT career after the course? We have great news then! We sat down with Accenture, and asked them what kind of workplace Accenture is and why it is good to work there. Read our article and get to know Accenture!
There are many courses to choose from if you want to learn programming, but before, it's worth comparing the options, because it makes a difference how much support you get or what chances you have later on the job market. In the second part of this article series, we collected more characteristics that you should pay attention to when choosing the course that suits you best. Read the last article to know more!
In our latest series of articles, we aim to introduce those IT career paths that allow us to remain marketable and acquire long-term future-proof knowledge on the labor market. Our next stop is DevOps. According to the estimates of the largest analytical companies, the market of DevOps-based tools is growing from 3.42 billion in 2018 to 15 billion dollars by 2026. Simultaneously, there is a growing demand for DevOps specialists in the market as well, that is why we will introduce this career path more in depth.
In technology- similar to our lives recently - the only stability is change, which both organizations and people must learn to adapt to. This is especially important for those whose jobs are threatened by automation or recession. In this series of articles we aim to introduce those IT career paths that let us stay marketable in the job market long term. This time, we dive into Salesforce, for which experts predict a bright future.
There are many courses to choose from if you want to learn programming. Even though they may seem similar at first glance, these courses can differ in many ways. In this 2-part article series we collect some of the most important characteristics that you should pay attention to when choosing the course that suits you best. Read the first part to know more!
There is a growing need for IT professionals worldwide, offering many possibilities for employees. Which career path is suitable for you the most? Which one is ultimately future-proof? In this series of articles we aim to introduce those IT career paths that let us stay marketable in the job market long term. This time, we dive into Back-end.
Ádám Pisky-Nagy worked in development policy for 5 years, before graduating from Green Fox Full-stack programmer course in 2019. After the placement, he quickly moved up the ranks and now works as a senior developer. What does it take to become a senior in the programming profession, and what can a career change bring in terms of salary? Get to know Ádám's story!
Anita Donkó had worked as an art teacher but switched to IT after much consideration. She completed our CRM Specialist course in the summer of 2022 and found a new job within 2 weeks. How did she find the course, what attracted her to Salesforce, and what parallels does she see between this platform and indoor climbing? Read the story of Anita’s career change.
Would you like to know our partners better, where you can even start your new IT career after the course? We have great news then! We sat down with Nokia, and asked them what kind of workplace Nokia is and why it is good to work there. Read our article and get to know Nokia!
For many of us, IT looks appealing but difficult at the same time. Compiling a working code seems out of reach for people outside the IT sector. But have you ever thought if it's possible to start a career in IT without the need of coding?
Would you like to know our partners better, where you can even start your new IT career after the course? We have great news then! We sat down with Aliz's Community Manager, Petra Palotás, and asked her what kind of workplace Aliz is and why it is good to work there. Read our article and get to know Aliz!
Big Data has recently turned the business world upside down and has created a need for professionals who can create order out of chaos, i.e. who can create and operate data management systems that allow the organization, cleansing, transformation and analysis of millions of data points.
Barnabás Kádár got into coding as a social scientist because he wanted to find a STEM job. Since then, he has become an experienced Data Engineer and now teaches Python programming himself. What does a Data Engineer do, what skills does he need and who should choose this career path? Learn more about Data Engineering through Barni's story!
The benefits of low-code, or platform-based development are widely recognized by more and more companies, however, there are still many questions around the technology. That’s why we organized a roundtable session where we discussed the platform’s potentials, including the fact that low-code can be the perfect entry point to an IT career.
In 2021 July, we launched our free, online, basic level IT support course called "Hello IT! for Women" in cooperation with INCO Academy - Work in Tech and with the support of Google.org. Through the program, we are helping 300 women to prepare for the challenges of digitalization.
Richárd Németh started programming during his second career change. After graduating from Green Fox, he worked as a front-end developer, then recently changed to a full-stack position, and his current job has taken him to the USA. How does he spend a working day and what skills does he need for his job? Discover the world of full-stack development through Ricsi’s story!
The low-code development platform market is expected to witness a notable annual growth rate of 31.3% during 2020–2030. According to P&S Intelligence, the market revenue will reach $190,792.6 million by 2030. This trend has a significant impact on the job market as well, creating a huge demand for low-code developers. In order to provide a better understanding of low-code and the opportunities it creates, we organized a roundtable discussion. Check out the key insights that came out of the session.
The popularity of low-code platforms is increasing in the whole world, and the demand for experts in this field is growing rapidly. Nikolett Tarjáni-Dobos left her dietician career to become a software developer and has been working as a low-code programmer in Germany for almost 2 years. She first heard about this field when she was looking for a job. Yet, she now feels lucky that this became her new career. But what does a low-code developer do and how does a working day go? We asked Niki about these topics as well as about the misconceptions around low-coding.
COVID made Zsolt Náday start a course at Green Fox in 2020, but he was going to do it sooner or later anyway. The epidemic period after the course was less suitable for job hunting, but Zsolt was finally able to choose from several companies and found a job as a Salesforce developer. How does he spend a working day and what skills does he need? Read our interview and get to know the world of Salesforce developers.
The demand for tailor-made software has perhaps never been higher. There is now an app for almost everything, for any aspect of our personal or professional life. Yet, companies and users are always looking for more and more, and new ideas are being created and implemented.
As the low-code market grows, so do the rumours associated with it. Many do not understand this phenomenon at all and therefore can easily believe the nonsense. Here are the five biggest mistakes and myths about low-code. Find out where they came from and what is behind them!
The IT profession awaits career changers with real opportunities. Green Fox Academy's alumni research shows that our graduates are moving fast in terms of both position and salary. Find out more about how they utilizied the skills learned at Green Fox in their careers!
Co-founder and board member of Green Fox Academy, Péter Langmár and pro-rector of IBS, László Szepesi talk about a new cooperation of IBS and Green Fox Academy
I expected to learn a lot, but I got more than that - says programmer Jesse Smith who arrived from Silicon Valley to Green Fox’s embedded systems course.
He studied to be a lawyer and became a dental technician. Then he realized that due to the incredible advancements in technology, there would be an ever-decreasing demand for human work. Richárd Szabó completed the Green Fox course and has been working as a junior developer for the past one year. He managed to fully realize his plan to start working in his new career before he turns 30.