How AP Lab Transforms Careers


The AP Lab Cloud Masters Program is an education program organized by Authority Partners. The program offers students and tech enthusiasts an opportunity to delve deep into the web development process by giving hands-on working experience on real enterprise systems. Interns have the opportunity to learn more about software and web development, software development processes, Authority Partners culture, and step into the shoes of a real-life agile software developer, working in two-week sprints on real applications. By handling all the relevant topics for modern software development, they also have the opportunity to learn about SCRUM, .NET, Azure and cloud services, Angular, and software and web development principles. The best performers have the opportunity of employment with AP and boosting their careers.

In the podcast, Kenan Hadzirovic, AP Lab Mentor, speaks about the program’s benefits, who can apply, and application and selection processes. Kenan shares his personal experience with the internship and later employment and how much influence the AP Lab had on his professional development.


About Kenan

Kenan Hadzirovic is a Program Architect at Authority Partners, with a Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Sarajevo. His career with AP has started with the AP Lab Cloud Masters program, and today he is the AP Lab mentor. After completing the AP Lab internship program, he joined the company as a full-stack developer. Mostly working on enterprise Web systems, he has specialized in large systems while working on both backend and frontend development. A big tech lover, he enjoys working on side projects and trying out new frameworks and solutions. Being on both sides of the internship program gives him a unique perspective on the whole internship to the employment process.

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Disclaimer: The views expressed in this podcast are the speaker’s own and do not reflect the view of Authority Partners.