Zumasys, the parent company of jBASE and a provider of MultiValue software and cloud computing solutions, is collaborating with Indiana-based Ivy Tech Community College and Cook Medical to integrate jBASE into its Software Development certificate program to simulate real-world programming scenarios.
With training and assistance from Zumasys, Ivy Tech Community College developed a curriculum that challenged Ivy Tech students with problem-solving projects to prepare them for careers in manufacturing management at companies such as Cook Medical.
“The partnership with Cook Medical and Zumasys creates opportunities for students to learn skills with immediate practicality in the workplace,” said Jennie Vaughan, chancellor at Ivy Tech, Bloomington. “Our students are learning high-demand skills so they are career-ready on graduation day. This is not only important for the success of our students, but also further develops a skilled workforce in Indiana.”
Under the leadership of Associate Professor, Dr. Diana Nixon, students mastered foundational programming skills in jBASE. The course culminated in a final project that required students to write programs for employee time-entry and customer order management.
“Attracting new developers to MultiValue is a top priority for the market and we are excited by the potential of this program,” said Paul Giobbi, President of Zumasys. “The native architecture of jBASE appeals to new developers familiar with NoSQL databases and this is an excellent way to expose up and coming technicians and programmers to the power of MultiValue.”
Multiple students from the class will be offered an internship at Cook Medical, with an opportunity to earn a full-time position after successful completion of the internship.
For more information about this partnership, visit www.zumasys.com.