Do you have a passion for web development and want hands-on experience to start your career? Returning for the 4th year in a row is our Netcentric Academy! Will you take on the challenge?
The Netcentric Academy training program ensures our new Junior Developers hit the ground running. From day one, you will be signed on as part of the Netcentric team and getting the right training to contribute in projects.
Learn from the experts, get experience and achieve more.
Led by our technology leaders, the training program is focused on designing, optimizing and implementing digital marketing platforms built on the Adobe Experience Cloud.
Our experts help you advance your understanding of key technical areas, learning everything about what the Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) is and can do. Their goal is to enable you to work on real life projects and understand how to build and deliver AEM solutions.
Become a Junior Developer at Netcentric
Why: Jumpstart your career as a Frontend or Backend developer and learn from our experts in the field.
Who: We're looking for recent graduates in computer science or related studies.
Where: The Netcentric office hosting the Academy training program is in sunny and beautiful Barcelona, Spain.
When: The Netcentric Academy training program takes place starting November 5th, 2018 and lasts 7 weeks.
Think you're the right fit? You know what to do.
You will be taught both theory and practical assignments on topics such as:
- Development workflows
- AEM development
- Frontend build systems
- Touch UI
- Responsive Web Design (RWD)
- Web Performance
Testimonials From Our Team
I started Netcentric Academy just a month after getting my Master’s degree and hoping to get some experience and learn how things work in the real world. And I did. Not only did we get to learn how things are done in Netcentric, what technologies are used and
The first month was all about gaining knowledge about AEM technologies and how projects work. The training started from scratch in AEM technology. It is really specialised technology and when you get started, it’s a high learning curve. Looking back, the Academy gave us the foundations for what we needed to succeed in client projects later on.
For me, the final project was the best part. As a team, we had to build a real project from the very beginning, applying everything we learned in the previous weeks. Really putting knowledge into practice. And if we needed help, we had mentors assigned to each team. At the end, we presented the project to Netcentric at one of the monthly meetings.