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I’m a Mom and I Love to Code

By Michele Barard August 15, 2016

I got my first PC before I had any idea what a computer programmer was. My dad, who worked at..

Stepping into the Role of a Student

By Christine Garrard August 4, 2016

It has been some time since I have been a student. Since my college graduation in Spring 2012, I..

More Rewarding Than Earning My MBA

By Annette Myers May 27, 2016

Last week I graduated from the full-time TTS Code Immersion Program, and the experience was more..

Building Blocks

By Keith Bachand May 25, 2016

Early on we learn that things build on top of another to equal something great. Programming is..

Fifth Week

By Lin Yang May 24, 2016

Time flies. It is already the beginning of the sixth week at Tech Talent South. I have learned a..


By Emily Connors May 11, 2016

As a child, I would spend hours playing with legos.  I loved how each piece had its own place.  I..

Fourth Time's a Charm

By Lea Bellai May 5, 2016

My first general engineering class I ever took was ‘Engineering Tools’. This particular class..

How did I wind up here and just where might it lead?

By Kelly Elmore March 31, 2016

If someone had told me just 2 months ago that I would be learning Ruby code, HTML, CSS or Ruby on..

A Step Back to Leap Forward

By Jessica Murphy March 29, 2016

I am currently an American Sign Language teacher.  Individuals with disabilities have always been a..

Girl on Rails: How coding bootcamp develops more than just applications

By April Kelly February 24, 2016

“You’d be good at it. Seriously, anyone can learn how to code if they take the time to do it,” my..

Dietitian Turned Coder - Back to My Roots

By Angie Gardi November 25, 2015

I’m the only sibling in my family that hasn’t figured out what I want to be when I grow up, until..


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