Training for Enterprise Teams

Investing in your team will yield results in your business

Investing in quality training for software developers offers a range of benefits to business owners, significantly impacting the bottom line and driving innovation. We’ve broken the advantages up in to the following groups:

Changes & fixes taking way too long to get deployed?

Can't stem the tide of bugs being deployed in to production!

Losing credibility & stakeholders are losing faith.

Nightmare project causing your developers to leave?

See the improvement directly in your software

  • Enhancing the quality of your software: Our training equips developers with the context, tools, and good practice, leading to the correct questions being asked, good decisions being made resulting in the development of higher-quality, more sustainable, reliable and robust software products.
  • Increased Efficiency and Productivity: Well-trained engineers can accomplish tasks more quickly and efficiently, thanks to a deeper understanding of software engineering and architecture.

Show your commitment to career development and retain talent

  • Keep your team engaged Improve Team Morale and Retention: Offering opportunities for professional development shows developers that the business is prepared to invest in their career growth improving job satisfaction and morale.
  • Retaining top talent: If you have a team that believes that you believe in them and you’re investing in their development, they’re going to feel way more inclined to stay and that comes with a few benefits – less recruitiung, intellectual property stays within the team, your culture gets to develop and your team forms deeper bonds.

Customer and stakeholder happiness: Making the people that matter, happy

  • Thoughtfully design software written well: When your team develops software to address business requirements and the derived quality attrbutes prioritised in the right order using good engineering practices and relevant governance, you should start seeing a marked improvement in UX, reliability, observability and any other “ilities” that you target in your design. This tends to make customers (users) and stakeholders happy.
  • Knowledge is power and foresight can prevent a project failing: Well designed systems will be thinking of how the system should react when it fails and how we can more easily diagnose issues or mitigate the issues to rectify failures faster improving Mean Time To Recovery (MTTF) or Mean Time To Repair (MTTR) and increasing the time in between failures – Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF). Improving any one of these metrics improve cost, UX, stakeholder happiness and helps your team enjoy their weekends.

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We’ll help strengthen the skills on your dev team and provide them with the tools to strengthen you software products and prepare them for CPSA-Foundation certification exam.