Category: New Orleans Winter 2016


Why You Should Do a Coding Bootcamp and Why It Should Be TTS

About six months ago, I knew I needed a change.  I had a MBA, but the only business related jobs seemed to be in sales. Coding had interested me for some time, but I knew nothing about it.  I bought four books on the subject and dove right in.  It was actually a “For Dummies” book […]

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4 Reasons Why TTS Has Been Self-Empowering

Time sure does fly. It seems like it was yesterday that I was sitting at ale on oak, meeting our instructor and cohort ­classmates, along with Lindsay, the TTS New Orleans Community Organizer. As we plan our next steps and embark on a new journey, it is always good to look back. Why did I […]

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Finding My ‘Tech’ Talent

I applied to Tech Talent South’s part-time code immersion program, because I was honestly tired and bored of my usual schedule. I was looking for something new, challenging, and interesting. Coding was just it. I started the program this January, and after just one class, my brain felt like it was about to explode from […]

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All In

I describe myself as a cross-disciplinary curiosity quencher who takes the mantra “never stop learning” very seriously. When something interests me, I go all in, which I guess is how I ended up in the part-time coding bootcamp at TTS New Orleans. During the daytime I work as the Online Editor for a company called […]

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Fresh Start to the New Year

After graduating college and spending a couple more years spinning my wheels working in the service industry, I decided I needed to set myself on a practical new career path.  I recalled how much fun I had learning HTML and building simple webpages as a teenager, and after some research decided web development could be […]

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