Code cadets

Learn Golang
in 5 workshops

Greetings Cadet! Or shall we say - Codet.
The generations before you paved their way on the
beautiful red fields of Mars. But the work is not
done. That is why we are in need of a new Code
Cadets fleet. Sounds like a mission for your taste?

5 free workshops
May 8 - June 5
Applications closed

Information

Used by Netflix, Uber, and Facebook; Golang is the programming language of the future.
Did you know it was used to develop Docker & Kubernetes?
Easy to learn, concise, expressive and readable.

APPLICATIONS OPEN UNTIL
Closed
APPLICATIONS RESULTS
May 5
workshop duration
5 workshops
attendees
15
lessons
Saturday
locations
Axilis
Radnička cesta 47

Should
I apply?

Are you a a computer science or software engineering student missing practical knowledge? Is software development your biggest passion? Wanna Go fluent?

If yes - you're in the right place!

Who is
this for?

Computer science students or software engineers looking to polish their skill and sharpen it into a tool.
If you know of Golang but lack a chance to exercise it - why not come practice with experienced developers, who work on a real-time project with a global audience.
Go, Golang, gone if you don't apply now.
may 8 - jun 5

Schedule

08
May
Hello Go
Install the tools and take a look at the basics of Go, learn where Go differs when compared to other languages. Write a simple Go program and run it to start the Go journey.
15
May
Go specific
After writing your first Go program, let's take a deep dive into language specifics. This lecture will teach you about application structure, interfaces, and how to write safe & concurrent code
22
May
Building a concurrent message processing service
Build an application capable of processing thousands of input requests in near real-time by applying advanced concurrency patterns.
29
May
Building an HTTP server
Learn the basics of HTTP servers and their usage in real-world applications. By the end of the session, you will know how to develop and use an HTTP server as well as how to handle different requests/responses/errors and many more.
05
JUNE
Designing data-intensive applications
Learn about various software design patterns and good practices in software engineering. Take a peek into microservice architecture and how to set it up. After all of this, you'll know how to implement the theory by using Go as your main tool.
lecturers

Our experienced space commanders are here to guide you through the journey.

marko
bekavac

Marko is an engineer at Axilis. With over six years of experience building microservices (having done many mistakes along the way) and immense love for simplicity, he's most interested in how to build high-quality, highly-performant, and extensible software. He's one of the most experienced team leads with a large amount of both useful advice regarding software and sarcastic, witty remarks.

Dominik
Orešković

Dominik is a software engineer at Axilis. He is specialized in developing distributed backend applications and enjoys optimizing existing code and infrastructure. Speed Force is strong with this one, both online and offline.

sven
njegač

Sven is an experienced Golang developer and team leader in Axilis. He has implemented various optimizations in our internal libraries and is continuously increasing code quality. He is in love with Java and Hollister hoodies.

vedran
pintarić

Vedran is a backend engineer at Axilis with experience in various technologies and domains like backend development in Java+Spring, game development in C++, and, most importantly, development in Golang. Enjoys problem-solving, optimizations, and simplicity. If you take a look at Vedran's GitHub, you will find that he is a fan of algorithms and advent of code.

luka
cvetković

Software Engineer at Axilis. Strong engineering professional with experience in building high-performance services and libraries in Go and C++. Luka is also a well-known manufacturer of the finest homemade cherry brandy your taste buds have ever tasted.

Who are we and why
are we doing this

As we are aware of the biggest problem youth is facing in the current market — lack of work experience — we are trying to guide them by organizing workshops that will help them make the first step in their career.

We are Axilis, the development company handling some of Superbets most innovative software solutions.

You could have a career with us, sure - we're always in a search of new forces - or you could just see this as an opportunity to learn something useful for your future career. Yes, it is practical work experience. Big, live projects and all that jazz.

APPLICATIONS CLOSED