GenSpark
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Software Consultant in Remote
on May 29, 2022
Your main role here is to always be learning. They hire you to essentially train for 3 months and at the end of those 3 months, they find a company for you to interview for.
Java Full Stack Developer in Remote
on August 12, 2022
Working at GenSpark is basically like being a professional job hunter. You get paid a weekly stipend during training and then bi-weekly while on the bench. Training is minimal at best. They won't really teach you anything, all learning is done on your own. They have an instructor who can answer your questions, but there won't be any actual classes or lessons like you might expect at a boot camp or school of any kind. If you are already competent at basic coding skills, the training is really easy. If you don't know how to code, you'll most likely fail.Once training is finished, you're on the bench where you will wait for job interviews. You may or may not get any interviews and if you don't, you will not be informed why. Any attempts to find out information regarding the status of your job hunt will be met only with vague answers that they're working on it. If you do manage to land interviews, it's up to you to impress them. The interview questions tend to be fairly easy with no algorithm questions, just questions that gauge whether you know your stuff. However, answering the questions correctly in no way guarantees that you'll get the job. Some people will be hired and others won't. You'll never receive any feedback about your interview performance and you'll never find out why the clients did or didn't want you. If you are interviewed and then selected by a client, the salary is okay (even if a little low for an IT job) and it'll likely lead to a fruitful career in the future.Overall, this route is possibly the worst way to get into IT but it's also probably the easiest way if you don't have a degree and/or work experience.
SAP Consultant in El Paso, TX
on July 21, 2022
Online training is good but other than that it’s a very bad place. Not very helpful at all kinda gotta learn on your on promise multiple jobs but don't back it up .
Java Full Stack Developer in Remote
on July 14, 2022
I recommend GenSpark to anyone trying to get their foot in the door of the tech industry. I am a bootcamp grad and from my experience, I struggled to land a job even though I had landed multiple interviews. The majority of them were startups since I didn't think I could land a job at a massive company with little experience. That is until after I went through GenSpark's program I landed a job from the first interview with a Fortune 500 company.
Java Developer in Florida
on June 28, 2022
You get what you put into it. If you need someone to hold your hand the entire way, this won't be for you. But if you're passionate about learning software development, and getting your foot in the door somewhere, this is one of the best opportunities to do so.

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