SkillReactor, a global tech platform, has created a new work experience platform for young software engineers to assist them to gain the skills and credentials required for employment.
For employment openings, the SkillReactor portal will link individuals with recruiters and companies. Its goal is to bridge the gap between companies and newly qualified developers by emphasizing problem-solving, understanding, and research skills.
Software developers are in higher demand than ever. Almost everything we do is supported by technology, and they are the enablers. While there are plenty of openings for engineers, few companies are prepared to hire inexperienced workers. The platform will assist bridge the gap between graduating engineers and the companies that require them.
SkillReactor, which provides virtual work experience, allowing novice and experienced software engineers to obtain valuable experience and enhance their industry expertise on full-fledged projects in a programming language of their choice. SkillReactor assists new engineers in learning optimal coding techniques and becoming job-ready by allowing them to operate, develop, and problem solve in an industry-simulated environment. Providing a realistic answer to the present scarcity of Software Developer skills.
The scalable methodology of SkillReactor enables developers of diverse backgrounds to improve their problem-solving, understanding, and research skills. This improves their employability while also ensuring that employers have access to the vital skills they require to flourish.
And, with remote working becoming more popular than ever, SkillReactor’s approach to upskilling uniquely positions the company to train engineers for a remote setting. The design of the platform is to assist existing developers in upskilling, whether it’s understanding the requirements of a new industry or expanding their abilities in another coding language.
‘Today, acquiring job experience is a bit of a chicken or egg problem,’ says Asim Shaikh, creator, and CEO. ‘Most job advertisements state that you must have work experience. Yet in order to have work experience, you must first have a job. SkillReactor should put a stop to this dilemma. It provides a virtual job experience to recent graduates and anybody looking to broaden their skill set.
“This is our response to the rising skills gap problem, allowing individuals to construct professional work-like projects. And accelerate their full-stack developer or backend developer career with a job-ready project portfolio,” he says.
SkillReactor, founded by software developers Asim Shaikh, Ryan Bell, and Yinka Fasawe, attempts to bridge the software engineering skills gap. The SaaS platform provides a simulated work environment. As well as broad-reaching projects for graduate and junior engineers, allowing software engineers. This will allow them to develop their abilities while also assisting organizations in finding the talent they need to expand.