Curriculum co-created by Amazon and Lambda
Each year recruiters at the world's top companies need to fill thousands of engineering roles, but finding talent with the right skill set has become increasingly difficult.
Lambda School was inspired to create a new backend development program after seeing the success of Amazon Technical Academy, which trains current, non-technical Amazon employees for software development engineering roles within the company. Amazon Technical Academy’s curriculum is based on the critical knowledge, skills, and attributes required to succeed as a software development engineer at Amazon, which Lambda’s program will cover in their entirety.
Each graduate of the new Enterprise Backend Development program will leave Lambda School with over 1,400 hours of hands-on coding experience and will have the practical skills required to succeed at companies like Amazon, without needing a 4-year CS degree.