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  • Liz Eggleston
    Published on OCTOBER 2, 2014
    With a degree in Advertising Art Direction, Martha Willis was looking for a way to build on her current skillset in pursuit of a web-based career. So she enrolled in Designation, a full-time, immersive design course in Chicago. We get the scoop from Martha about the application process, her new job as a UI Designer, and how she's continued her education after Designation.  Remember, th...
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  • Liz Eggleston
    Published on OCTOBER 1, 2014
    In this Student Spotlight, we talk to IronHack graduate Gorka Magana about his experience at the bootcamp based in Spain. Read on to learn about his application process, the project he created during the course, and how IronHack helped him nail a job as an iOS developer at Rushmore.fm!   What were you doing before you started at IronHack? I was a freelancer for a year, focused on...
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  • Liz Eggleston
    Published on SEPTEMBER 30, 2014
    After working in advertising for five years, Ali Lynch decided to begin researching bootcamps to learn mobile development. She was impressed with the emphasis on Swift at TurnToTech, and is currently a student in her 7th week of TurnToTech's course. We talk to Ali about how she chose the right bootcamp for her, how TurnToTech differs from other bootcamps, and how she has pushed through ch...
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  • Liz Eggleston
    Published on SEPTEMBER 25, 2014
    Faz Besharatian is the head instructor for the General Assembly UX Design Immersive in Washington, DC. We talk to Faz about the evolution of UX Design, how the curriculum is customized to each class, and the ideal student for the immersive GA course.    Tell us about your background and how you got involved with General Assembly. This is my second time teaching the UX Design Imme...
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  • Liz Eggleston
    Published on SEPTEMBER 22, 2014
    Cameron Buckingham is a student at gSchool, a 6-month coding school in Colorado. He blogs each week about his experience at gSchool- this week, Cameron talks about his first interviews with Pivotal Labs! Remember, the Course Report community is eligible for a $500 scholarship to gSchool!   Well, Rubyconf sent me an email last night saying that our talk would not be part of the 20...
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  • Liz Eggleston
    Published on SEPTEMBER 22, 2014
    Eleven Fifty is a unique accelerated learning environment where students learn in prolific entrepreneur Scott Jones's Indianapolis, Indiana home (of MTV Cribs fame) and are rubbing elbows with techie Scott himself, who has started a dozen+ companies, raised over $250 million in capital, and is responsible for voicemail, as we know it today. We catch up with Scott and co-founder Matt McInt...
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  • Liz Eggleston
    Published on SEPTEMBER 22, 2014
    Jared Rader was working on a startup when he decided to enroll in Bloc to deepen his understanding of Ruby on Rails. ​​We talk to Jared about his mentor experience, the projects he's most proud of, and how he's continued his education after graduation.  Remember, the Course Report community is eligible for a $100 scholarship to Bloc!   What were you doing before you started at Bl...
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  • Liz Eggleston
    Published on SEPTEMBER 18, 2014
    How to Kickstart Your Tech Career with Career Foundry Wednesday, September 24 12-12:30pm EST Career Foundry combines the flexibility of online learning with the proven guidance of mentors, training students to become employable developers and UX designers in three months. Join us for a FREE webinar with Career Foundry's CMO, Emil Lemprecht. Hear from Emil Lamprecht, UX Designer...
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  • Liz Eggleston
    Published on SEPTEMBER 11, 2014
    What our students have to say...   Shillington graduates get dream jobs...   Kickstart your design career...
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  • Liz Eggleston
    Published on SEPTEMBER 11, 2014
    MakerSquare has recently launched their Part Time program- ten week evening classes located in Austin, Houston, or San Francisco. We caught up with Part-Time Program Director Alex Levine to get the scoop on these courses!    Tell us about yourself- how did you get involved with MakerSquare and what's your background? I was trying to learn to code through books alongside my girlfr...
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