Introducing the Production Engineering Track of the MLH Fellowship, powered by Facebook

This article was originally posted at Major League Hacking.

This Summer Major League Hacking MLH is launching the Production Engineering Track of the MLH Fellowship powered by Facebook. This is a 12-week educational program that will use industry leading curriculum from the Linux Foundation Training amp Certification and hands-on project-based learning to teach students how to become Production Engineers. The program will provide opportunities to 100 aspiring software engineers to broaden their skills and career options by learning important Production Engineering and DevOps skills. The program will run between June 7 August 30 2021 and will be open to United States Mexico and Canada based students who are enrolled in a 4 year degree granting program. Applications are open and will run until May 28 2021.

What is Production Engineering anyway.

Early career software engineers are passionate and motivated to learn new skills and create a positive impact on the world but many have not been exposed to the wider array of career options that are available to them. Production Engineering also known as Site Reliability Engineering and DevOps is one of the most in-demand skill sets that leading technology companies are hiring for yet it is not widely available as an educational option in university settings.


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