TeachMeCode recently launched an international boot camp program, and the first five-day event in Dubai was a rousing success. The event was attended by more than 50 developers from countries worldwide, including Romania, Serbia, Poland, Austria, and France. Led by software entrepreneur Alexandru Cocindau, the inaugural TeachMeCode boot camp produced several exciting projects.

The five-day event was held at the TeachMeCode Institute in the United Arab Emirates, aiming to foster innovation and collaboration among developers. Participants were divided into three teams, each tasked with developing a unique software project. The first team worked on an educational institution program, the second team developed booking software, and the third team focused on creating a quiz-style game. Each project contributed to TeachMeCode’s educational mission. Besides the exciting work, attendees enjoyed activities like a Michelin-starred dinner, a yacht trip around Dubai, and karting. These activities showed TeachMeCode’s appreciation for their participation and helped build a strong bond among the developers.

“Our mission at TeachMeCode Institute is to inspire and equip developers with the skills necessary to innovate and excel. These boot camps not only showcase the exceptional talent and creativity of our developers but also integrate our students with senior developers, offering them their first experience in a professional environment. We take immense pride in supporting the growth and development of these bright minds,” remarked boot camp leader Alexandru Cocindau, Chairman and Founder of TeachMeCode, who is also the owner of software companies spanning various industries—including gaming, education, healthcare, and blockchain—for over 20 years.

Led by software entrepreneur Alexandru Cocindau and Ziba Kalbiyeva, general manager of the TeachMeCode Institute, the inaugural boot camp produced several exciting projects. The event was extremely fruitful. The first team of developers successfully created a comprehensive educational institution platform that acts as a directory. Registered facilities can list their educational offerings, such as courses, universities, schools, and education centers, while future students can compare these options, choose the best fit, and contact the facilities. Over five days, the team managed to design and develop both the front-end and back-end of the platform.
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