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Today I had the chance to sit in on a lecture given by Bookis Worthy, the instuctor at Code Builders. He taught a class of 6 in a very laid back, friendly and question friendly environment. To be honest, I couldn't follow anything the class was working on due to my lack of experience but I was able to gather that the information was being understood by all of the students. I have been researching coding schools in the Seattle area and was interested in Code Builders because of the program length and cost. I could definitely see myself thriving in an environment such as this and hope to be accepted into the program!
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