The tech industry can be intimidating, especially if you don't have the background of a "traditional" software developer.
But Catalyte can open a personalized door, just for you, to find your way into the industry and a better, more rewarding career.
This is the story Katlyn Beck tells of her experience trying to land a software development job, and how her lack of previous experience wasn't an impediment to her innate abilities, once she found Catalyte.
The characteristics of a great team leader are the same, whether you're talking about software development or football.
Andrew Rajigah should know. With two years of semi-pro football experience under his belt, he joined Catalyte as a developer. He's gone from removing blockers for his running backs to removing them for his dev team.
See why Andrew thinks Catalyte is one of the best ways to join the tech industry, regardless of your background.
Spoken language, coding and music are just different ways we use to express complex ideas. Whether it's notes on a page or database queries, the precision of communication is what makes the difference between cacophony and an enjoyable final product.
Catalyte developer Carolina Erickson is skilled at communication in many mediums. A classically trained flutist who is fluent in two languages (and conversant in three more), she brings a unique perspective to her role of developing software for Fortune 500 companies.
Find out about Catalyte gave her a fast track into a software development career.
Armed with a degree in mass communications and public relations, Rob wanted a career in the tech industry, but didn't know how to start one. Then he found Catalyte.
For five years, Rob has successfully navigated many different developer and project manger positions. Using his communications background to build and maintain cohesive, well-oiled teams, he continues to show that diverse viewpoints can create more innovation outcome.
Nicole was looking for a challenge, better career opportunities and the ability to do something that makes a difference. So, she traded brewing java for programming Java and is one of Catalyte's newest Cycle graduates.
Nicole's career as a developer is just beginning. See what she thinks of her future and how Catalyte's unique mentoring culture is there to make sure she succeeds.