On this episode of Labs Live, Dan and guest host Erika Languirand, Director of People Development at Labs, lead a panel discussion about the value and role of apprenticeships in this modern software industry. Do apprenticeships make sense for your organization?
Host and sales engineer Tobi and Developer Nikki are talking about The Black Tech Experience, the state of diversity in tech, their developer journeys, and overcoming imposter syndrome. Watch episodes of Labs Live and Subscribe on YouTube. Dan: Okay. All right. You probably
Applications have closed. We’re excited to announce the Detroit Labs Java Apprenticeship program for Ford: a 12-week training that will teach you all the skills you need to become a Software Developer. Successful graduates of this program will have the opportunity
In 2011, we had a wild idea to create a company where people would actually want to work. Our goals were pretty simple: build high-quality software, have the freedom to learn, teach, and explore new technology, and give every team member
Originally posted on Ford Website by Drew Kidd Kim Sfreddo faced a daunting task one afternoon while flipping through a stack of résumés looking to find a new software engineer. “You invest a lot of time and energy going through résumés, interviewing
Applications have closed. In 2011, our founders had a wild idea: create a technology company focused on human elements where people would love to work. The goals were pretty simple: build high-quality software; have the freedom to learn, teach, and explore
Learning to code is tough, but one of the toughest parts is getting out of your own way. In school as students, we learned every day. We switched classes, did homework, and got through the material. After a long break,