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TalentSprint partners with Carnegie Mellon University to offer DevOps program to Indian techies

TalentSprint partners with Carnegie Mellon University to offer DevOps program to Indian techies
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18 Jul, 2022
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TalentSprint, a Hyderabad-based edtech company has announced a multi-year and multi-program partnership with Carnegie Mellon University’s (CMU) School of Computer Science to offer online training program for tech professionals in India, Southeast Asia and Middle East. The advanced certificate program in DevOps aims at fulfilling a growing need for new-age DevOps professionals in the APAC region. 

“This partnership has further strengthened our presence in the United States,” said Santanu Paul, MD and CEO of TalentSprint. According to him, CMU’s School of Computer Science is iconic and our association with them is a validation of our success in path-breaking programs with leading institutes and global tech organisations in India and the US.  

“Our first program with CMU aims at creating world-class DevOps specialists. It focuses on building expert minds that have a holistic approach of streamlining software development and delivery. The professionals who do this program will truly be a class apart as DevOps experts,” he added. 

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The entities believe that industries like Banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI), IT, healthcare, retail, media and entertainment that are increasingly having digital transformation initiatives are creating numerous roles and enormous opportunities for DevOps specialists. From that perspective, the Advanced Certificate Program in DevOps can be a significant addition in the learning and upskilling journey of the aspirants. 

“We were exploring international footprint to offer executive education and we identified India, Middle East and Southeast Asian markets that have a growing demand for tech professionals because of huge talent deficit,” Ram Konduru, Director of Executive Education at the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University said. 

The six-month program will help participants with in-depth knowledge of various new-age DevOps tools. It is designed and developed by the expert faculty of CMU-SCS, will be taught by globally renowned thought leaders in DevOps such as Professor Len Bass, and research scientists Hasan Yassar and Joseph Yankel, the company said in a statement.  

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The program will be delivered on TalentSprint’s digital platform ipearl.ai, said the company.  

Applications for this program are open and on successful completion, participants will receive CMU’s globally recognised certificate.