Summer Software Bootcamp
In a world where data is the new oil, new technologies are being integrated an increasingly exponential rate in our daily lives. To become successful leaders of tomorrow students of today need a profound understanding of the digital world.
The Summer Coding Bootcamp was developed on the one hand, to meet the high demand for technology courses at the HSG, and on the other hand aims to give students a comprehensive introduction to the field. Over the course of two intense weeks, students will immerse themselves into into the different aspects of current technology.
Python will be the programming language of the course
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The course is only open to Bachelor & Master Students at the University of St. Gallen at the moment. Unfortunately, due to capacity restrictions, we cannot offer it to the PhD levels yet.
Fees are CHF 99 for the two weeks. This includes the programme and workshops for the 10 days
Alberto will be your teacher for the class. He is a professor at the University of Zürich teaching Empirical Software Engineering. His current research is focused on improving the software development process through data driven decisions.
The SHSG Summer School is developed and organized by the board of the Student Union of the University of St.Gallen and its team. The Chairmen for IT and Representation of Interests head the Organization Committee consisting of seven members.
The Student Union works on a voluntary basis. The same applies on the SHSG summer school. As a non-profit project none of the team members receives any monetary compensation for its work. We are dedicated to the benefit of the University of St.Gallen and its students.
If you are interested in supporting the program, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org