On April 26, the Hi-Tech Park hosted a seminar for university teachers and students majoring in computer science and related subjects.
Speaker Konstantin Ryabchikov, technical project coordinator at the HTP resident company Syberry, spoke about modern software development tools.
Konstantin described different software development tools by application.
The participants also could talk to the speaker and ask their questions.
Konstantin Ryabchikov: "The opportunity to transfer up-to-date knowledge about development tools which are currently in demand is crucial not only to teachers but also to IT companies since we get the graduates and even students who are still studying.
Everything changes really fast in IT, and we understand that we have to train the graduates while working. What is encouraging is that people who influence the level of education try to introduce modern tools into university curricula, at least basics. This helps to make the training shorter and young specialist more demanded on the labor market.
Also, it was helpful to learn what questions the participants had so that I could make corrections. Such seminars should be dialogues. I hope this one was useful to the participants."
We thank the HTP resident-company Syberry and the participants of the seminar.