Autonomic Jump
Getting Started

Getting Started

If you have been invited to join the Autonomic Jump program, then Congratulations! Below you will find the first steps you have to complete to start solving and uploading solutions to our repository.

  1. To start, please send us an email at careers@autonomicmind.com with the following:

    • Attach the RUT in the terms and conditions acceptance email.

    • Attach the identity document in PDF (ID card, passport or equivalent) in the email of acceptance of the conditions. It is important to remember that you must be of legal age to apply to the process.

    • Attach your ID number, mail, cell phone number, address, and full name.

  2. If you live outside Colombia, please attach your ID number, mail, cell phone number, address, and full name.

  3. If you are part of Technical Challenges, you don't need to send the documents, just send the email with the acceptance of the terms below.

I have read and understood all the documentation and terms of the Autonomic Jump Stage1. I accept the offer and confirm that I can start on AAAA/MM/DD.

  1. Register on GitLab using your personal email and the username of your choice. Your username must not exceed 12 characters in length and only contain lowercase letters and numbers.

  2. Join our forum (opens in a new tab), where you can interact with Autonomic Jump personnel and other candidates to discuss questions or issues you may have. Please make sure to give yourself a username following the adjective-noun type (i.e. toothless-smile). To open a new issue, always follow the forum template.

  3. Request access to our Git Challenges repository by filling out this form (opens in a new tab).

  4. Learning how to interact with Continuous Integration and Continuous Development CI/CD is a fundamental teaching of Autonomic Jump. CI/CD is rather hard to implement in OS different from Linux (Windows, Mac, etc.). Moreover, several of our sponsors use Linux. Hence we strongly recommend you to install on your computer, or at least work with a Linux virtual machine, and use it for the Autonomic Jump process.

    We recommend installing virtualization software (VMware, Virtualbox) and creating a virtual machine based on a Linux distribution (e.g. Ubuntu or another one of your liking).

  5. Make sure to read the rest of this documentation.


  1. One of the following: Autonomic Jump Pool, Immersion Stage or Technical Challenges Stage