Bootcamp Graduate Jon Cunicella Follows His Passions to Becoming a Professional Developer We Can Code IT graduate Jon Cunicella had been interested in coding since he took an intro course his last semester of college. However Jon needed a little extra support to take off his career in coding. After attending our coding bootcamp Jon was able to use our career service tips to land a job as a developer with Chase. Learn more about Jon’s journey from an apprehensive student of coding to a professional working developer.
Columbus Coding Bootcamp Grad Becomes First Woman Developer at Scriptdrop After graduating college and landing a job working with databases Izzy’s curiosity began to grow and she needed to find a way to satisfy it. Her experience with databases always sparked an interest in software development but she needed to find a learning an environment that fit and matched her values. After attending an Admissions Open House and meeting the We Can Code IT staff, she decided that We Can Code IT would the perfect place to provide her with what she needed to take the leap into learning code. Learn more about Izzy’s journey and how the learning environment impacted her experience by preparing her to become the FIRST woman developer at her new job with Scriptdrop.
Coding Boot Camp in Columbus, Ohio: What You Will Learn If you want to break into the booming IT field, there’s no better way to do it than a coding boot camp. But what exactly is an IT boot camp? What can you learn and how do you know whether it’s the right choice for you? Let’s take a look.
Coding Bootcamp Final Project Group Takes Web Application Live at Local Food Pantry Last week, graduates from We Can Code IT’s spring cohort took their final web application project live at the Broad Street Food Pantry. Their app, Pantry Plus, eliminates time spent waiting in line at the food pantry and allows pantry guests to place their food order online ahead of time for pick-up.
We Can Code IT Makes Global Impact in World Bank Study on Women in Tech We Can Code IT was among 25 coding bootcamps in 22 countries selected for an in-depth global study on strategies for recruiting and training women to meet the needs of a changing labor market. The research was done by the World Bank Group in Washington D.C., a nonprofit formed in 1944 with a mission to eliminate global poverty and support economic development.