Vapasi is a #TalkTechToHer initiative from ThoughtWorks to enable experienced women developers who are currently on a career break and looking to re-enter the world of programming. The bootcamp, spread over three weeks will help sharpen your programming skills through hands-on sessions on object-oriented programming practices.

We are currently closed for registrations, as the 4th edition of Vapasi bootcamp is underway at our Bangalore office. Registrations for the next edition will be reopened in 2019.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Women software developers on a career break and eager to get back to development
  • With 4 or more years of programming experience prior to their career break
  • And with up to 5 years of break in their career
  • And have a good understanding of Java programming

Vapasi Stories

Participants from previous bootcamps, share their Vapasi journeys.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q) Is this a paid bootcamp?

A) No. The Vapasi bootcamp is free of charge.

Q) How will this bootcamp help me?

A) The bootcamp will help sharpen your programming skills, which gets you on par with the current job market requirements.

Q) How do I register for the Vapasi Bootcamp?

A) Registrations are currently closed. We'll reopen registrations for the next edition in 2019.

Q) Is there a selection process for the bootcamp?

A) Yes. Our experienced senior developers volunteer to be trainers for this bootcamp in addition to their regular project work. This leaves us with only a limited number of people that we can work with per batch of a bootcamp. And since the seats are limited, we need a selection process to shortlist candidates.

Q) What happens after I complete the bootcamp?

A) On completion of the bootcamp, selected candidates are offered a 3-6 month paid internship with ThoughtWorks. You are also free to apply to any other tech organizations to continue your career journey.

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