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As the Director of Operations at +LearningFuze Web Development Bootcamp & Coding School, Bill Cunningham is gearing up with his team to launch a new part-time version of their full immersion course covering JavaScript, React, Node, and PHP. Learn why the LearningFuze team chose to launch a part-time course for people who don’t have the flexibility to quit their jobs and see how this new time structure will increase access for more students in Orange County. http://bit.ly/LearningFuze-part-time-bootcamp
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During the senior year of her Creative Writing degree, Natalie Villasana took a computer science course and loved it, but felt it was too late to switch her focus. After graduating, she decided to move home to Atlanta and enroll at
+DigitalCrafts: Atlanta Coding Bootcamp. Now Natalie is a Software Engineer at a decentralized cloud storage company called Storj! Natalie tells us about her newfound interest in Blockchain, how she ramped up and learned new programming languages at Storj, and why it’s important to encourage more women into tech. http://bit.ly/digitalcrafts-grad-nat
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+Flatiron School has offered an Online program since 2015, but starting August 2018, students can expect to see three new online bootcamp tiers. Depending on your availability and learning style, you’ll choose between the Self Paced, Part-Time, and Full-Time Software Engineering Online Bootcamps – so what are the differences? We sat down with Flatiron School’s General Manager for Online, Rebekah Rombom, to find out what makes each course unique and how prospective students can figure out which option is for them. http://bit.ly/3-new-Flatiron-online-options
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"I would highly recommend taking a beginner or prep course. It’s an opportunity to not only learn the coding language that you will be working on, but also to get a taste of the material." After working as an engineer in the water industry for 14 years, Carolina's learning had plateaued and she wanted to pivot her career. She saw the potential of getting into the #datascience industry in Seattle, so Carolina took the Metis part-time, live online, Beginner Python and Math for Data Science Course, to prepare for the full-time Metis bootcamp. Find out if Carolina got into Metis Seattle and what her plans are for the future! http://bit.ly/carolina-metis-student
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After two years of computer science courses in college, Mike Kerslake switched his major for a BFA in Photography and Videography. Yet his love for coding wouldn’t let him go, and Mike ended up working as a Website Strategist and Front End Developer after college. He eventually realized that he needed more skills to become a Full Stack Developer so he attended Fullstack Academy’s part-time Flex program. See how Mike balanced learning part-time with working full-time and how his bootcamp experience helped him land a new job as an MVT Developer at Isobar! http://bit.ly/Juggling-Fullstack-Flex
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How do you get started in Android mobile development? With cheaper (read: more accessible) devices and a large user base worldwide, Android jobs are abundant – but what makes a great Android developer? Chance Payne has a BA in computer science and is a self-taught mobile developer (and teaches the new
+Lambda School Android course) shares the ins and outs of Android. Learn about which devices use Android, get a better understanding of the Android job market, and see how you can be part of the next generation of Android developers. http://bit.ly/What-is-Android
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Sarah Kaplan was a high school English teacher for 6 years before realizing that she was excited about the way technology could support education and wanted to transition into a more logical, problem-solving role. But because she was a beginner, Sarah didn’t dive immediately into a coding bootcamp; instead, Sarah chose to attend First Step Coding’s part-time 8-week, Bootcamp Prep course to jumpstart her learning and prepare for the Rithm School application. Find out what Sarah is up to today! http://bit.ly/Sarah-First-Step-Coding-Grad
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Did you know that women leave the tech industry at a rate 45% higher than men? To have a long career in tech, women need to feel involved in the community – and +HackbrightAcademy grad Chloe has learned some great lessons over the last 2 years post-bootcamp. She says you don’t have to be an extrovert to be an integral part of your tech community and shares her tips for extroverts, introverts, and ambiverts to flourish in tech. http://bit.ly/ambiverts-staying-in-tech
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Isaac wanted a career in software development, but found that community college couldn’t teach him the technologies he’d need for the job. After doing his research, he chose +Redwood Code Academy in Orange County to learn modern, full stack web development. Isaac tells us about the learning style at Redwood Code Academy, gives advice for other students considering a coding bootcamp, and explains how his final project at Redwood ultimately led to his new career as a Vendor Support Engineer at Microsoft! http://bit.ly/Redwood-Code-Grad-Isaac
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+Hack Reactor and +Galvanize, two of the largest coding bootcamps in the US, are merging – and we’ve got all the details from Al Rosabal, the CEO of Galvanize. Why did this acquisition make sense for both schools? What will happen to Hack Reactor campuses? And how will this change affect future students, current students, alumni, and job outcomes? Read the Q&A! http://bit.ly/galvanize-buys-hack-reactor
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