Welcome to the Autonomic Jump Wiki. Here you can find information about the program from a sponsor and trained perspective. It explains how it works, the structure of the repository, local builds, templates for submitting solutions, and more.
Please read this documentation (including the links) carefully, as it
will be one of your most important sources of information.
We kindly remind you that in
Autonomic Jump, we strongly value
independence and autonomy. In consequence, your reading comprehension
is crucial to your success.
Autonomic Jump is a fully asynchronous and remote program; there are no entry batches, completion dates, or generations. Think of it as a constant steam, of people entering and leaving the program every week.
The program was created in 2015, and since then, thousands of coding and hacking challenges have been solved by hundreds of candidates. As per September 2021 each candidate stayed in the program on average between 8 and 12 weeks in the program and our employability rate was around 50%.
If you can't find documentation on a topic you consider relevant, make sure to open an issue (opens in a new tab).