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The multinational Quidgest wants to reduce the deficit of qualified professionals in software engineering in Portugal and, therefore, will train 250 people in this area in 2021. Registration for the courses is already open.
The training of the software company based in Lisbon will focus on Genio, the platform for automatic code generation based on modeling and artificial intelligence. As for the total hours taught, participants can choose from level one (40 hours) to three (120 hours).
With training, and thanks to the Genio platform, participants are able to develop software through modeling and not manual code, allowing them to be 100 times faster than ordinary programmers.
After the intensive course, trainees have three main job opportunities waiting for them: work for the various Quidgest business areas to develop technology or for one of the clients and partners of the Genio ecosystem, ranging from international consultants to public bodies, or develop their own businesses and rely on Quidgest support.
According to the company, it is not necessary to have prior training in the area of technology to participate in training. Still, knowledge of database management and programming will facilitate the consolidation of knowledge. For participants who may be undecided about the training that best suits their profile, the company provides an Academy support form.