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Student Spotlight: Simon and Sean of Thinkful

Imogen Crispe7/25/2016

Thinkful coding bootcamp just launched their Full Time Bootcamp program in April, and they now have multiple cohorts running. It’s a four-month, full stack JavaScript program, taught completely remotely, and includes daily one-on-one mentorship and pair programming. We spoke to Simon who is in the first cohort, and Sean from the second cohort about why they chose to study remotely full time, their experiences so far, and their plans for the future. Sean also shared his screen to show us the Thinkful learning platform. Watch or read our Q&A below!

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Alumni Spotlight: Alon Robinson of Hack Reactor Remote

Imogen Crispe7/25/2016

Alon was working in sales, but had always wanted to get into coding. So when he heard about an intro to JavaScript program at Operation Spark in New Orleans, he enrolled straight away. He fell in love with coding and decided to carry on and study full stack JavaScript via Hack Reactor’s Remote program. Now Alon is a front end developer at GE Digital, and he just got back from a summit at the White House where he spoke about building applications around police data. Alon tells us about his whirlwind experience learning to code, his strong bond with his Hack Reactor classmates, and shows us his final project Culturalyst.

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