Future Developers Benefit From New Apprentice Scheme

Future Developers Benefit From New Apprentice Scheme

ScrumIT is offering seven would-be software developers a unique opportunity—the chance to apprentice under “master developer” Mel Pullen.

Pullen says, “I’m staking my reputation on being able to take people as young as 16 and turn them into confident and experienced craftsmen: people who are able to work as a team to add value to any product that uses or includes software. It’s those same skills that we used at Acorn in the 1980s when we designed and built some of the first commercially-available micro-computers for the BBC, as well as the arguably more famous RISC processor chip that was sold by ARM. The one now in virtually every mobile phone in the world.”

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