Gain Insights into the IT Sphere at Open Day Held by Innovecs

October 11, 2019 1 min read

Innovecs invites teenagers, school and college graduates, students, and everyone interested in the IT-sphere to attend Open Day.

Open Day is a free event that has the purpose of revealing the truth of modern IT and helping to come up with the future profession.

What: Open Day
When: October 17th at 16:00
Where: Innovecs (Vatslava Havela Boulevard, 6Z)
Price: Free

At Open Day, you will have a chance to get answers to the following questions:

  • What is IT all about?
  • Why does everyone want to become a part of it?
  • What skills and knowledge do you need to work in IT?
  • How to become a developer and is it worth it?
  • What kind of background do you need?
  • How does Innovecs look inside and why is it so important for us to engage new people into the sphere?


Open Day Agenda

16:00 – Welcome word
16:15 – Olga Prykhno, COO/CFO at Innovecs
16:30 – Vasyl Tymoshenko, Designer + Middle Software Engineer
17:00 – Ivan Dovhal, Full-stack Senior Software Engineer
17:30 – Maksym Chugunov, QA lead Automation Engineer
18:00 – Gleb Kozyryatskyy, Lead Java Software Engineer
18:30 – Pizza and office tour

Register for the event and get ready to learn the whole truth about IT.



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