Did you know that octopuses have a complex nervous system and excellent sight? The giant Pacific octopus has three hearts, nine brains and blue blood, making reality stranger than fiction. In short, they are one of the most intelligent creatures in the world.
Just like the giant Pacific octopus, who has 9 brains which all work together towards the same goal, we at Nine Brains have gathered the best minds with the same goal – to empower our attendees to improve their skills in coding languages and software development.
Nine Brains is a training house that provides IT courses for people involved in software development. IT training is carried out by world class trainers, chosen on the basis of feedback from several IT conferences, such as FrontCon, DevOps Unicorns, and others that focus on programming training. We, the managers of Nine Brains, have had experience with software training both online and onsite, and both means of delivery have received excellent feedback.
IT courses that have been scheduled can be attended by anyone, but we also provide inhouse IT training (online or onsite) for specific companies and we can adjust the content of the course, as well as the length as needed. IT courses are never pre-recorded, so what you’ll get is a live training class with a real trainer online (or onsite, if you wish). The trainer will be able to answer your questions right away and adjust the level of training, therefore you’ll be able to go through the course at your desired pace with no unanswered questions.
Nine Brains is a trademark of Latvian IT community DevClub.lv that has organized more than 10 conferences, more than 90 meetups, and tens, if not hundreds, of different programming courses since 2012.
Meet our trainers
Our clients are companies that want their employees to learn new programming languages or other skills quickly and in good quality.
We stand for high quality courses provided by experienced trainers (real person, not recorded materials) who can adjust to the needs of the group and answer all of the questions.
We have organized more than 10 conferences, more than 90 meetups, and tens, if not hundreds, of different programming courses since 2012.