A lengthy onboarding process impacts project timelines and delays critical projects and product deployment.
Standard training falls short of fully acquainting developers with enterprise tech stacks, coding standards, and workflow.
Developers learn best by doing. Burdening them with excessive documentation hinders their progress.
Manual onboarding hampers the team's efficiency, distracting senior engineers from their core tasks.
The hands-on virtual IT lab for interactive learning
Hit the ground running fast with hands-on learning in pre-configured live environments.
Offer developers a frictionless experience
Simplify complex documentation and ease learning by integrating self-paced onboarding within your product. This approach allows developers to learn comfortably, understand concepts thoroughly, and eliminate the pressure of strict timelines.
Give back the time for more coaching
The best way to onboard developers is to create an environment encouraging learning and feedback. Once the basics are covered through self-paced learning, senior engineers can focus on guiding and supporting the team rather than explaining the fundamentals.
accelerated my learning and growth.
I’ll work on those changes.
is that I can see my progress almost immediately.
and making me feel valued.
Increase confidence and
minimize production errors
Developers learn best by doing. Simulating real-world scenarios in interactive labs allows them to apply their knowledge in a controlled environment while receiving instant feedback. This helps developers gauge their progress and strengthens their understanding of your stacks.
Level up your developer onboarding.
Increase in workshop engagement
Gained more visibility into the learning journey
Saved hours of setting up costly learning environments
VP of Education, Academia, and Documentation at MongoDB
MongoDB trains a large number of developers worldwide each year. Learning is a key enabler for product adoption, and Instruqt helps us make developer education seamless.