Learning to code python will be easy, right? Probably not, but it will be so incredibly rewarding once you do. Find out more here.
Now that you’ve decided that a coding bootcamp is for you, how are you going to pay for it? Luckily we have many options you can choose from.
Today we’re going to take a look at some reviews from those who have been through our coding classes. What do they love? Efficiency!
What does it take to bring a software idea to life? Lots of skilled development work. The initial idea is vital, but as Thomas Edison once said, "Two percent is genius, and ninety-eight percent is hard work." Someone devises an idea, such as blockchains, augmented reality, the World Wide Web, or social networks. Turning it into a deliverable product takes the work of designers, software developers, and testers. Lots of work.
Throughout Europe, and in several other parts of the world, there's a longstanding tradition called the "gap year." In the year immediately following high school graduation, students will travel the world in order to expand their knowledge and better themselves before coming home to start college and make the final decision about their major.
It’s been over a month since I’ve written my last post. And quite frankly, I regret it. The truth is that my last month has been extremely busy. I worked on a couple of projects at DaVinci Coders, had some scheduling issues at my job, and worked through some personal difficulties. But those aren’t good excuses.
Recently, I’ve been reflecting a lot on the last month where I’ve worked on two projects for DaVinci Coders. The first, Shift Scheduler, is an app that allows people to conveniently manage employees schedules. The second, Tracker Request, uses the Pivotal Tracker and GitHub APIs to create a one-stop-shop for managing projects. I want to recap the important bits from my last month at DaVinci Coders.