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What is a CodeBuddy™?

A CodeBuddy is what it sounds like; a friend and coaching partner who helps your developers improve and stay motivated. We know how easily costs run through the roof when a development process is inefficient or malfunctioning. We also know it is possible to fix. Therefore, we created the CodeBuddy concept, which offers our customers the best combination of our services, training and mentorship. For a personal mentor is the best and most effective way and it has proved to be a very sought after concept.

Why should I hire a CodeBuddy™?

A CodeBuddy™ from Edument is an investment in your developers that promises a great return. A CodeBuddy™ joins your team and acts both as a teacher and mentor, as well as a developer. In this way your developers will not have to spend valuable time away for education and growth to take place. It is done right at your company’s premises and in an environment that is known to your developers. An Edument CodeBuddy™ is an experienced mentor, a senior specialist and he or she is often internationally acknowledged. Among our CodeBuddies you find MVPs (Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals) and developers that are at the very top of their field.

Edument has education and mentorship in its very DNA. To us mentorship is not just a pretty word, it is what we wholeheartedly believe in. The years we have spent delivering cutting edge IT education and consulting has taught us something important - peer to peer learning is by far the best way to keep growing and avoid getting stuck. When your developers get stuck on a problem you not only lose precious time, your team loses confidence and enthusiasm, both of which are very important ingredients for successful results.

Edument has education and mentorship in its very DNA. To us mentorship is not just a pretty word, it is what we wholeheartedly believe in. Acke Salem - CEO Edument AB

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