Inside the Brainster Community – Highlights of the month

Welcome to Brainster’s monthly newsletter where we share our community highlights!


We welcomed Fable and the gang

Fable and the gang arrived from Denmark to support our coding workshops. We must admit he lights up the room!  


Darya Romanova

The student of the month is Darya Romanova! Darya was always willing to go the extra mile, demonstrating a true commitment to the course and her desire to learn. Due to that, she made consistent progress and she’s on the right track to finishing the course successfully! More

Meet Darya Romanova – Student of The Month | Brainster


We told the story of Anamarija’s career journey

In the Career Journey series we present our participants’ exceptional stories, providing a sneak-peek into their world, their struggles, and the decisions they made to overcome them. Anamarija is an extraordinary individual with multidisciplinary experience in several aspects of the digital industry. From Agricultural Sciences to a career in UX/UI Design, read her story and get inspired.

CAREER JOURNEY | Ana Marija Ostrolucka Radosavljevic


A new webinar available on-demand

“Things I Wish I’d Known before starting my career as a UX/UI Designer” is a webinar dedicated to the challenges of starting a new career. The webinar is hosted by Vienna-based UX/UI designer Maggie Jandova who will take you on a journey of starting as a junior designer while sharing all her learnings so that your path is easier. Watch it here.


A new piece for the ones in doubt

How to choose between Python and R? They are both free and open-source programming languages that can be used on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. Both languages are capable of handling almost any data analysis challenge and are considered relatively simple to learn, particularly for beginners.

However, as a beginner, you should start somewhere. That’s why it’s smart to analyze both languages, which is what we’ll do in this article. It’s important to highlight that one language isn’t better than the other: it all comes down to what you need in your work. More


Open call for companies

The increase in demand for quality staff in the IT sector is evident, which is why we enable companies to access a database of Brainster talents, helping them find a sustainable way of hiring suitable staff. The call is open for companies hiring digital talent in-office, remote, full-time or part-time. More

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