After completing the Penn LPS Coding Boot Camp, Fernanda Marroquin found a new way to spend her time—and help those around her.
After he discovered the University of Richmond Coding Boot Camp, Kevin Kafuku found himself on a journey that would give him a new perspective on life—as well as an exciting, life-changing role.
After graduating from a coding bootcamp, Anthony Delgado started participating in hackathons, pitching ideas for philanthropic coding projects, and more.
For Stepan Nelasov, going to a bootcamp gave him the opportunity to rebuild his career, rekindle his passion, and—perhaps most importantly—rediscover his resolve.
Whether you’re a self-starter or a goal-getter, we all have to pay the bills. Knowing code gives you the opportunity to make money the way you want.
Robert Delfs explains how the framework of knowns and unknowns can help instructors along the path of discovery.
Explore your educational options in Front End Development, and you, too, can open the door to this growing, challenging field.
When Ashley Hurlburt started doing data entry for a massage therapist association, she realized it wasn’t so black and white.
The best way to begin to learn to code is to simply start coding! When you gain experience developing challenging projects from inception to completion, you establish a strong work ethic that will benefit you throughout your career.
Don’t be afraid to try out different coding communities. Each one is unique and your coding community will be a valuable tool during your boot camp experience and your professional career.
PHP and Node.js are two of the most commonly used server-side platforms. Despite their shared popularity, there are many significant differences between both of these leading back-end technologies.
Aaron Gladstone shares tips he learned during his boot camp: teamwork is your biggest asset; coding goes beyond the computer; and forget the stereotypes.
Silver Ehiwario’s new career started with one wish: “I want to be creative.” After a little online research, she found the Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin.
Barbara Wright learned three important lessons that she believes are integral to thriving in the tech industry: lean on your peers, you’re never done learning, and perseverance is key.
Late last year, Paul Thomas, a multi-platinum bassist, completed the 2U, Inc.-powered Berkeley Coding Boot Camp and decided to give back by becoming a TA.
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