Start a DevSecOps career in 7 months

Start a DevSecOps career and help companies build secure and automated applications pipelines. Learn about system infrastructure, automation and security through good practices to become a DevSecOps.


  • Fundamental computer know-how (tech savvy)
  • Problem-solver mindset
  • Strong motivation
  • Self-learner
  • Intermediate level of English (B2): writing & reading
  • No specific diploma or degree

How to apply?

1. Fill in the form 

Fill in our form. That will enable us to know you a bit more. No tricks here, just be as you are! At the end of the form, we will give you the instructions for the next steps. 

2. Register on Pathways For Employ

Create an account on Pathways For Employ, then go on the Assess your digital skills page and finish the five “virtual office worker” modules before the registration deadline. Don’t forget to send us your certificate at the end.

3. Come meet us

Once you have completed the registration process, we’ll invite you to meet us at our selection days. You will get the invite the day after the registration deadline (see dates below).

Career paths

System Administrator

A system administrator is in charge of configuring, monitoring and maintaining computer systems. In reality, that often translates into taking care of servers, sometimes at an infrastructural scale, as well as offering support to non IT colleagues.

Dev(Sec)Ops Engineer

A DevSecOps engineer must ensure that an application can smoothly transition from a company (development) to its end users (deployment) in as brief a delay as possible (through automation) while implementing security checks at every steps to verify safety. In other words, a DevSecOps engineers the lifecycle of secure services from development to deployment.

CloudOps engineer

Very much like a system administrator a CloudOps engineer is in charge of configuring, monitoring and maintaining computer systems. However the CloudOps engineer focuses on setting all these systems up via a remote infrastructure through providers such as AWS or Azure and there services.

Tech Skills

In order to be viable as a DevSecOps engineer in the job market one has to be able to craft a project pipeline that goes from development to deployment while ensuring security at every steps, either on premise or in the cloud. To achieve that level of competency the cursus will focus on the following subjects:

  • System administration: command line, fundamental scripting, system configuration, monitoring, …
  • Automation: advanced scripting, CI/CD (continuous integration/continuous delivery), IaC (infrastructure as code), …
  • Cloud: main providers (AWS, Azure, …), resources management,
  • Virtualization: virtual machines and containers
  • Security: good practices and tooling (scanners, …)

Soft skills

A professional needs a deep understanding of a client’s needs and activities and must learn to communicate technical concepts to a customer who isn’t a specialist in the field. Therefore, You will learn to speak in public, to collaborate smoothly, to be agile and to manage a project from A to Z.

Moreover, all BeCode graduates grow these soft skills:

  • Autonomous self-learner
  • Team player
  • Reliable
  • Solution Mindset

“Where there is a bug, there is a way”

The DevSecOps Bootcamp is a 100% free training that aims to bridge the gap between motivated and solution-oriented individuals with companies in need of capable and reliable team players able to help implement automation, security and good practices directly into a project lifecycle.

System administration and security skills are equally important to create the fundamental technical knowledge required to solve all manners of problems on a system.

This program is built around the hacker mentality, which aims at always improving capabilities, finding breaches or bugs and solving problems. Our motto:  “Where there’s a bug, there’s a way”.

A thousand different stories

Don’t listen to us, listen to people who have followed our training!

“BeCode helped me boost my soft- and techskills. Before the training, it was very difficult for me to speak in public and convey a message. The technological watches helped me feel more confident. I also discovered countless technologies that now fascinate me and in which I’m happy to work.”

Nassim, Brussels 2019

“BeCode is more than just a coding school. It’s also a place where you make amazing encounters and create a network. Soft skills are also an important aspect. I wasn’t used to working as team. BeCode definitely helped me learn to collaborate with colleagues.”

Massimo, Brussels 2019

“My coaches guided me throughout the training and helped me overcome all the obstacles that I’ve had to face on the way. Their continuous support was very helpful. I’m forever grateful!”

Janina, Brussels 2020

When and where ?

Antwerp (DevOps)

Registration deadline: TBA
Selections: TBA
Start training: TBA
End training: TBA
Start internship: TBA

Brussels (SecOps & Sys. Admin)

Registration deadline: 23 August 2021
Selections: 31 August, 1 September 2021
Start training: 7 September 2021
End training: April 2022
Start internship: April 2022

Contact us

Abel Magolu

Abel Magolu

Contact for Brussels

Sandra Kazadi

Sandra Kazadi

Contact for Antwerp