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Learn to Code With Me

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Laurence Bradford: Self-taught Coder, Tech Careers Expert


The End of Season 6
Oct 16 • 7 min
As the sixth season of the Learn to Code With Me podcast comes to an end, I share a few updates about what’s coming up over the next few months.
S6E20: What It Takes to Launch a Successful Side Hustle
Oct 15 • 42 min
SEO expert and digital marketing entrepreneur, Tommy Griffith, talks about the sacrifices it takes to make a side gig work, how to get your first customers, and when to leave your full-time job to go all-in on your project.
S6E19: An Introduction to Open Source Projects for Beginners
Oct 8 • 39 min
Open source developer, Safia Abdalla, talks about how to get into open source development, what makes a good project, and how to transition from contributor to maintainer.
S6E18: Etsy Data Engineering Director Shares Her Experience of Inclusion in Tech
Oct 1 • 38 min
Etsy’s Data Engineering Director, Jenn Clevenger, talks about what it takes to get into data engineering, equality and diversity in tech and how to create an inclusive workplace.
S6E17: From Newbie Coder to Google Software Engineer in Just 6 Months
Sep 24 • 36 min
Clément Mihailescu learned to code and landed a job at Google in just 6 months. He shares how he did it, how to prepare for technical interviews, and what it’s like balancing a side gig with a full-time job.
S6E16: Falling into a Career in FinTech and Content Marketing
Sep 17 • 35 min
Ina Yulo is the global manager for BrightTALK’s FinTech community but her career began in advertising. She shares how she fell into tech, how FinTech is disrupting the finance world, and the most common mistake new businesses make.
S6E15: The Rise of Coding Bootcamps (And How They Can Transform Your Career)
Aug 6 • 43 min
Career Karma founder Ruben Harris talks in-depth about coding bootcamps, including their history, how to know if one is right for you, income share agreements, and the hybrid between bootcamps and traditional colleges.
S6E14: An Introduction to Data Privacy and Data Protection for Developers
Jul 30 • 38 min
Sheila FitzPatrick, who is considered one of the world’s leading experts in data privacy laws in over 160 countries, explains the basics of data privacy and what developers and small tech businesses need to know.
S6E13: Becoming a DevOps Engineer With No Experience and No Degree
Jul 23 • 40 min
Logan Tran discusses everything DevOps, including what it is, the technology involved, the jobs available, and how to know whether you might be a good fit for a DevOps career.
S6E12: How a Stay-At-Home Mom Landed a Remote Junior Developer Position In Just 9 Months
Jul 16 • 34 min
Christina Gorton, a self-taught creative coder and instructor, talks about making time to learn to code, creative coding, and what it’s like to work remotely.
S6E11: What Is a Hackathon and How Do You Prepare for One
Jun 25 • 34 min
Gwendolyn Faraday, a senior software developer, public speaker, and writer for freeCodeCamp, discusses hackathons for beginners - what they are, how you get involved, and how to prepare for them.
S6E10: How to Use Personal Branding to Land a Job in Tech
Jun 18 • 36 min
Recent tech graduate Marie Armstrong discusses how to stand out to employers if you’re not a straight-A student, and the importance of personal branding to get your name heard.
S6E9: How to Learn Software Engineering Self-Taught vs College
Jun 11 • 36 min
Is getting a college degree worth it if you want to be a software engineer? Mosh Hamedani discusses the best ways to teach yourself tech skills, and why college education may not be the best route for software engineering.
S6E8: How to Market Yourself Online as a Niche Freelancer
Jun 4 • 42 min
Kyle Prinsloo, founder of studywebdevelopment.com, shares advice on finding your freelance niche, how to start your full-time freelance career, and how to market yourself online.
S6E7: How to Combine Your Passions to Create Your Own Career in Tech
May 28 • 38 min
Entrepreneur, content creator and educator Masha Zvereva talks about influencer marketing, how to create your own tech career, and why she founded her business, Coding Blonde.
S6E6: Digital Literacy and the History of the Internet
May 21 • 39 min
Chris Castiglione, the founder of One Month, discusses what it means for the internet to be decentralized and the importance of having digital literacy skills in 2019.
S6E5: How One Airport Security Officer Became an IT Solutions Specialist
May 14 • 38 min
Find out how former airport security officer Samit Saini transitioned into tech, despite being dyslexic and leaving high school at the age of 16.
S6E4: Web Development, JavaScript and Building an Online Presence
May 7 • 43 min
Wes Bos discusses his extensive background in tech, why he started creating online JavaScript courses, and shares some tips on how to build an online presence.
Tech Toolbox 2019: The Fastest Way to Become a Developer (Even as a Beginner)
May 3 • 26 min
Imtiaz Ahmed shares why Java and Python are great languages to learn first, and how to become a software developer quickly - even if you’re a complete beginner.
Tech Toolbox 2019: Learning to Code How Online Education Has Evolved
May 2 • 28 min
Mark Lassoff explains how online education has evolved over the years and the best way for beginners to start learning how to code.
Tech Toolbox 2019: Jumpstart Your Freelance Developer Career
May 1 • 26 min
Hahna Kane Latonick tells us how freelancing on the side can help you reach financial goals, who freelancing is and isn’t right for, and the main challenges new freelancers experience.
Tech Toolbox 2019: How to Learn Development Fundamentals
Apr 30 • 31 min
Michael Hartl explains how to learn the prerequisites to web development, and why you should have a project or goal in mind before you start learning.
Tech Toolbox 2019: How to Find Your Tech Career Fit
Apr 29 • 28 min
Break Into Tech founder Jeremy Schifeling shares his advice on finding your ideal tech career fit and how to position yourself during the job hunt.
S6E3: Why Accessibility Matters (According to a Totally Blind Programmer)
Apr 23 • 42 min
Rehabilitation counselor Judith Lung tells her incredible story about learning to code while blind, what it’s like to work as a blind web developer, and why accessibility in tech matters.
S6E2: Why Tech is the Perfect Industry for Working Moms
Apr 16 • 43 min
Erica Peterson, founder of Moms Can Code, discusses her difficult education and how she launched her own business to teach other stay-at-home moms how to work in tech.
S6E0: Introducing Season 6 of the Learn to Code With Me Podcast
Apr 9 • 2 min
A look back on season 5 of the Learn to Code With Me podcast, and what’s coming up in season 6.
S6E1: How One Podcast Listener Became a Junior Dev (Without a College Degree)
Apr 9 • 42 min
Jesse Moore realized his ambition to work in tech by listening to the LTCWM podcast, and now he’s a junior developer. He shares his advice for those who want to do the same.
Celebrating 100 Episodes of the LTCWM Podcast With Host Laurence Bradford
Apr 2 • 50 min
In this special anniversary episode, I’m interviewed by my friend and former colleague, Jess Catorc. I talk about how I started my career in an unrelated field, why I started learning to code, why I started LTCWM, and my experiences working in tech.
The End of Season 5
Mar 19 • 3 min
As the fifth season of the Learn to Code With Me podcast comes to an end, I share a few updates about what’s coming up over the next few months.
S5E20: How to Travel and Work Remotely Using Your Tech Skills
Mar 12 • 44 min
Full stack developer, Dave Trabka, talks about talks about how he worked abroad, what working on the road actually looks like, and the pros and cons of travelling full time.
S5E19: How One Senior Developer Bounced Back From a Mental Breakdown
Mar 5 • 41 min
Senior developer Seph Cordovano discusses the stress, overwork, and overwhelm that can come with working in the tech industry. He also shares his tips for looking after your mental health.
S5E18: Why You Should Learn to Code Even if You Don’t Want to Work in Tech
Feb 26 • 36 min
Joy Carrera discusses the benefits of learning some basic coding skills even if you’re not a technical person and don’t want to be, as well as the perks of being a digital nomad.
S5E17: How to Transition to a Tech Role Within Your Current Company
Feb 19 • 39 min
Information security trainer Kristen Kozinski discusses learning cybersecurity skills, moving into a more technical role within the company you work for, starting a side business and more.
S5E16: How to Start Your Own Business
Feb 12 • 34 min
The Sprout Society founder Nicole Swartz discusses how you can start your own business, the important elements that make up a business plan, and some of the behind-the-scenes operations that go into starting a business.
S5E15: How to Choose the Best Laptop for Programming
Feb 5 • 40 min
Full-time software engineer and part-time YouTuber Forrest Knight shares his advice on choosing the best laptop to suit your needs, whether it’s for programming or also to do more demanding tasks like gaming.
S5E14: How to Get Started as a Freelance Developer
Jan 29 • 37 min
Homeschooling mom of four and freelance web developer Sarah Greer explains what it’s like to freelance, how she landed her first clients, what she wishes she’d known when she first got started, and lots more.
S5E13: 7 Emerging Technologies to Learn in 2019
Jan 22 • 40 min
Corporate trainer and YouTuber Navin Reddy discusses emerging technologies for 2019, what’s changed since last year, how to keep up-to-date on tech trends, and more.
S5E12: How to Have a Successful Career in Product Design
Jan 15 • 39 min
Lenora Porter discusses how she hustled her way into tech and redefined what it means to be an artist in a world of technology. We also learn about her career journey, how she landed her first design job and so much more.
S5E11: How to Get Into the Tech Industry With No Experience
Jan 8 • 34 min
Sameer Syed works at Jigsaw, building technology to fight online censorship. He shares the steps he took to transition into tech from a totally unrelated field and gives advice on how others can do the same.
Taking a Short Break for the Holidays
Dec 18, 2018 • 2 min
Laurence announces a short break and shares where you can follow her online in the meantime. She also shares the details of a free upcoming training called How To Close Your First Web Development Client In Under 90 Days.
S5E10: Time Management Tips to Help You Break into Tech
Dec 11, 2018 • 39 min
Self-taught developer, speaker, and community builder Pauline Narvas discusses time management techniques, productivity, health and wellness and the role they in tech.
S5E9: Why Tech Careers Are Great for Introverts and Extroverts
Dec 4, 2018 • 37 min
Co-founder of Dev.to Jess Lee discusses why tech is a great career choice for introverts and extroverts, and how introverts and extroverts can learn from each other.
S5E8: How to Keep Going When Transitioning into Tech Gets Hard
Nov 27, 2018 • 39 min
Former blacksmith and farrier Josh Kemp talks about the obstacles he overcame on his way to becoming a developer (in just 9 months and 2 days).
S5E7: How to Make a Midlife Career Change Into Tech
Nov 20, 2018 • 39 min
Career coach and founder of Career Rehab, Kanika Tolver, shares her advice for transitioning into tech later in life.
S5E6: How to Overcome Imposter Syndrome When Working in Tech
Nov 12, 2018 • 41 min
Rebecca Lima - the founder of Lieu - chats about how to overcome imposter syndrome and self-doubt when working in tech or in an environment where you’re different to most people.
S5E5: How to Come up with Coding Projects to Build
Nov 6, 2018 • 38 min
Interview Cake founder Parker Phinney discusses why you should build programming projects, how to come up with ideas, and how to use your projects to land a job in tech.
S5E4: How to Stay Motivated as You Learn to Code
Oct 30, 2018 • 39 min
Former data scientist and CEO of Edlitera, Claudia Virlanuta, teaches us how to stay motivated to learn to code and overcome any obstacles in our way.
S5E3: How to Decide What Programming Languages to Learn
Oct 23, 2018 • 36 min
Writer and teacher David Clinton explains how to figure out which programming language to learn, the best way to learn it, and how many languages you should learn at once.
S5E2: 14 Different Tech Careers That Could Be Your Next Job
Oct 16, 2018 • 34 min
Team Treehouse’s Chief Product Officer Londa Quisling talks us through the different kinds of tech jobs found within organizations. We also chat about how coding skills can help people in a “middle skill job”, and how to future-proof yourself in the world…
S5E1: How to Decide if Tech is For You (And What to Do Next)
Oct 9, 2018 • 31 min
Eileen Ho became a software engineer at LinkedIn after working as a math teacher for almost a decade. She discusses the fears she had about her new career, common stereotypes about working in tech, and what to consider before pursuing a career in tech.
S5E0: Introducing Season 5 of the Learn to Code With Me Podcast
Oct 9, 2018 • 4 min
What’s changed at Learn to Code With Me since season 4 of the podcast and what’s coming up in season 5.
S4E21: The End of Season 4
Mar 20, 2018 • 3 min
As the fourth season of the Learn to Code With Me podcast draws to a close, I share a few updates about the future of the podcast and Learn to Code With Me as a whole.
S4E20: Projects and Portfolios: a Hands-on Approach to Learning to Code With Ashu Desai
Mar 13, 2018 • 37 min
In this episode, I speak with Ashu Desai, the founder of Make School. We talk about his experience building his first app at 16, why he dropped out of college, and how to build a portfolio that stands out.
S4E19: From Learning to Code on a Phone to Working for an MIT Startup With Elvis Chidera
Mar 6, 2018 • 34 min
Android developer Elvis Chidera explains how he taught himself to code using a Nokia phone, how he got his first freelancing clients, and how he landed a job at an MIT startup. He also shares his favorite free tools for learning to code.
S4E18: An Introduction to Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency With Chris Castiglione
Feb 27, 2018 • 35 min
Chris Castiglione - the co-founder and CEO of One Month - explains what cryptocurrency is, what job opportunities it’s creating, and what the future of crypto is likely to hold.
S4E17: Learning to Code While Working Full Time With a Family With Michael Tombor
Feb 20, 2018 • 39 min
Mike Tombor has two kids, a fiance, a full-time job, and is also teaching himself how to code. In this episode, we discuss what it’s like learning to code while having so many other responsibilities, and how he finds the time to fit it all in.
S4E16: Coding Bootcamp or College Degree? With David Yang
Feb 13, 2018 • 38 min
David Yang is the co-founder and lead instructor at Fullstack Academy. We discuss David’s journey from software engineer to bootcamp founder, and the differences between attending a coding bootcamp and getting a college degree.
S4E15: How to Teach Yourself Data Science With David Venturi
Feb 6, 2018 • 40 min
I talk with David Venturi, a content developer at Udacity who created his own data science degree using online resources. We talk about working remotely, learning to code, and staying positive.
S4E14: Pregnancy and Parenthood in the Tech Industry With Vidya Srinivasan
Jan 30, 2018 • 41 min
Vidya Srinivasan is an engineer, speaker, and singer. She works as Program Manager at Microsoft, as well as chairing conferences and panels, performing, lecturing, and so much more - all while defying the stereotypes as a new mom in tech.
S4E13: Pursuing a Career in Machine Learning With CTO Allan Leinwand
Jan 23, 2018 • 36 min
Allan Leinwand is the chief technology officer at ServiceNow and is responsible for building and running the ServiceNow Enterprise Cloud. We talk about machine learning, how you can pursue a career in this field, and more.
S4E12: Growing a Freelancing Business as a Data Scientist with Lillian Pierson
Jan 16, 2018 • 38 min
Lillian Pierson is a freelance data scientist and founder of Big Data Gal and Data-Mania. We talk about working from home (or rather working remotely and traveling the world), building an online brand, and how she uses social media to land clients.
S4E11: From Theatre to Programming with Dev Mastery Founder Bill Sourour
Jan 9, 2018 • 41 min
Bill Sourour, founder of DevMastery.com, has spent 20 years as a programmer, architect, and consultant. Bill discusses his transition from tech, to theater and stand-up comedy, and back into tech. He also outlines the skills you need to be a freelancer.
S4E10: Tech Advocacy, Community and Conferences With Bridget Kromhout
Jan 2, 2018 • 39 min
Bridget Kromhout spent 15 years as an operations engineer and now works at Microsoft as a Principal Cloud Developer Advocate. We discuss her career at Microsoft, the importance of extracurricular activities to boost your career, and more.
S4E9: How to Become a Data Scientist Without a Degree With Fernando Hidalgo
Dec 26, 2017 • 35 min
Fernando Hidalgo is a self-taught data scientist who went from being a teacher’s assistant to a data scientist in just one and a half years. We talk about how to get into data science, and how anybody can teach themselves advanced tech skills.
S4E8: How to Stand Out and Get Paid More With Josh Doody
Dec 19, 2017 • 42 min
Josh Doody is a salary negotiation coach and the author of Fearless Salary Negotiation. We discuss strategies and tactics for getting paid what you’re worth, the difference between negotiating a job offer and a promotion, and more.
S4E7: How to Become a Software Engineer at Amazon and Volunteer on the Side With Christine Chapman
Dec 12, 2017 • 36 min
In today’s episode I talk with Christine Chapman, a software engineer at Audible. We chat about what it’s like interviewing at Amazon, giving back to the community with your tech skills, and much more.
S4E6: Interviewing and Interning at Big Tech Companies With Neel Mehta
Dec 5, 2017 • 37 min
Neel Mehta is a senior at Harvard and a co-author of Swipe to Unlock: The Non-Coder’s Guide to Technology and the Business Strategy Behind It. We talk about his internships at Microsoft and Khan Academy, interviewing at top tech companies, and more.
S4E5: How to Get Started in Data Analytics With Ben Collins
Nov 28, 2017 • 39 min
I talk with Ben Collins, a spreadsheet developer and online instructor. We talk about data tools and resources for beginners and productivity tips for managing your day.
S4E4: From Fashion Model to Frontend Developer With Madison Kanna
Nov 21, 2017 • 33 min
Madison Kanna transitioned from fashion model to software engineer in just one year. We talk about how she landed a job at a startup, working remotely, and lots more.
S4E3: Learning Data Science as a Beginner With Alice Zhao
Nov 14, 2017 • 35 min
In today’s episode I talk with Alice Zhao, a senior data scientist at Metis. We talk about her background in analytics, the importance of storytelling in data science, and her advice for anyone who wants to get into data science.
S4E2: How to Break Into a DevOps Career With Nicole Forsgren
Nov 7, 2017 • 33 min
In this second episode of Season 4, I talk with Dr. Nicole Forsgren, the CEO and Chief Scientist at DevOps Research and Assessment. We chat about what DevOps is, the skills a DevOps career requires, and how anyone can get started in DevOps.
S4E1: How to Create a Successful Mobile App With Mark Price
Oct 31, 2017 • 37 min
Mark Price is a mobile app developer and the CEO of Devslopes. He shares how he got into app development, what makes a successful app, and how he started teaching online.
S4E0: Introducing Season 4 of the Learn to Code With Me Podcast
Oct 31, 2017 • 4 min
Welcome to season 4 of the Learn to Code With Me podcast. In this episode, I tell you what you can expect from this season, who I’ll be talking to, and how you can keep in touch.
S3E20: Careers in Security with Veracode Co-founder Chris Wysopal
Aug 8, 2017 • 36 min
Chris Wysopal is the co-founder and chief technology officer at Veracode, where he oversees technology strategy and information security. In our conversation, he talks about challenges and career options in the field of security.
S3E19: Improving the Quality of Online Education with edX CEO Anant Agarwal
Aug 1, 2017 • 34 min
Anant Agarwal is a professor at MIT, as well as the founder and CEO of edX - an online learning platform founded by Harvard and MIT. We talk about how and why edX was started, trends in online learning, and Anant’s advice for high schoolers.
S3E18: Becoming a Software Engineer and Crushing Coder Stereotypes with Laura Medalia
Jul 25, 2017 • 33 min
Laura Medalia is a software engineer and avid Instagram user. She majored in english, but taught herself code on the side. From college she got a job in a health tech startup. Laura shares how she crushes the coding stereotypes through her Instagram.
S3E17: Starting an In-Person Coding Bootcamp with Matt Lane
Jul 18, 2017 • 30 min
Matt Lane - the co-founder and lead instructor at Rithm School - shares how he created a coding bootcamp in San Francisco. He also gives us some great interview tips.
S3E16: Using Market Research to Build a Wearable Tech Company with Yasmine Mustafa
Jul 11, 2017 • 33 min
Yasmine Mustafa is the CEO and founder of ROAR for Good, a hardware company that provides women with technology to help keep them safe. In this interview she shares with us her journey into tech and how she led Girl Develop It into Philly.
S3E15: Learning How To Code with Code Crew Co-founder Jamal O’Garro
Jul 4, 2017 • 33 min
Jamal O’Garro lost his job in finance and was unemployed for a year before he taught himself how to code and set up Code Crew. In this interview, Jamal shares some of the best resources available and how important it is to build a network of peers.
S3E14: Mastering the Art of Negotiation in the Workplace with Alexandra Dickinson
Jun 27, 2017 • 35 min
Alexandra Dickinson, the CEO and founder of Ask For It, shares her advice on the art of negotiation both in the workplace and at home. She shares some great tips on making more money from a new job or a raise.
S3E13: High School Dropout to Salesforce Admin with Zac Otero
Jun 20, 2017 • 30 min
Zac Otero dropped out of high school and worked at factories and other odd jobs before becoming a Salesforce admin. In this interview, Zac shares how he taught himself Salesforce and made the giant career switch.
S3E12: Teaching Kids to Code with Entrepreneur Katy Lynch
Jun 13, 2017 • 40 min
Codeverse co-founder and CMO Katy Lynch tells us how she created Kidscript - a programming language for children. She also tell us about her mission to teach 1 billion kids how to code and offers advice for anyone starting a business.
S3E11: Assessing Tech Job Trends with Indeed SVP of Product Raj Mukherjee
Jun 6, 2017 • 32 min
Raj Mukherjee, SVP of Product at Indeed.com, discusses tech job trends, the value of coding bootcamps, and shares advice for people looking to switch into a tech career later in life.
S3E10: Starting and Scaling Lucidchart with CTO Ben Dilts
May 30, 2017 • 35 min
Lucidchart co-founder and CTO Ben Dilts shares how he started and scaled Lucidchart, a diagramming tool for visual communication. Ben also gives advice for those learning how to code.
S3E9: Empowering Women to be Experts in Tech with Seema Gururaj
May 23, 2017 • 36 min
Seema Gururaj is the Founder and CEO of Square Circle Inc., a platform that empowers women technologists to grow their profile as an expert. In this interview, Seema offers advice for women who want to get ahead in their tech career and build a…
S3E8: iOS Development and Side Hustles with Janina Kutyn
May 16, 2017 • 36 min
Janina Kutyn is an iOS developer who has lived in four countries around the world. In our conversation, she shares what it was like working at Apple, what led her start (and later end) her side hustle, Silicon Sweetheart, and much more.
S3E7: Coding Daily Through #100daysofcode with Alexander Kallaway
May 9, 2017 • 39 min
Alexander Kallaway explains how he taught himself how to code and what led him to start the #100daysofcode movement. He also shares advice for fellow beginners feeling stuck as they learn to code.
S3E6: Verizon Store Manager to Ventures Development Manager with Christie Pitts
May 2, 2017 • 36 min
Christie Pitts shares how she worked her way up at Verizon from store manager to venture development manager. Christie also offers advice for those looking to get started in venture capital.
S3E5: Getting Into Tech with Dev Bootcamp’s Director of Curriculum Steven Harms
Apr 25, 2017 • 40 min
Steven Harms, Dev Bootcamp’s Director of Curriculum, describes how he first got into tech. He also shares how his career evolved from working as a software engineer to helping others become software engineers.
S3E4: Software Product Management and Building a Startup with Sam Gimbel
Apr 18, 2017 • 40 min
Sam Gimbel is Co-Founder and Head of Product at Clark, an app for tutors to manage all aspects of their businesses. Before starting Clark, Sam spent six years working as a PM in NYC at companies like Digital Ocean, DramaFever, and more.
S3E3: Frontend Technologies and Getting Active in the Tech Community w/ Tracy Lee
Apr 11, 2017 • 37 min
Tracy Lee, co-founder at This Dot and a Google Developer Expert, describes how she first got into tech after running her own startups for 5+ years. In this interview, she shares advice on learning to code, speaking at events, and much more.
S3E2: Programming, Entrepreneurship, and Starting The Practical Dev with Ben Halpern
Apr 4, 2017 • 37 min
Ben Halpern, founder of The Practical Dev and other tech startups, explains how he began learning to code after studying marketing in college. He also shares advice for beginners, teaching themselves how to code.
S3E1: Getting Into Tech after a Career in Finance with Ventrice
Mar 28, 2017 • 40 min
In the first episode of season 3, Ventrice Lam shares how she switched into tech after a career in finance, where she worked at Goldman Sachs for 6 years.
S3E0: Introducing Season 3 of the LTCWM Podcast
Mar 28, 2017 • 2 min
Welcome to season 3 of the Learn to Code With Me podcast. In this season we chat with a range of individuals working in the tech industry including startup founders, iOS developers, product managers and much more.
S2E20: From Learning Ruby to Starting a 150+ Person Tech Company with Sid Sijbrandij from GitLab
Jan 31, 2017 • 36 min
In the final episode of season 2, GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij shares how he taught himself how to code and later co-founded GitLab, an open source tool used by developers to create and manage code bases collaboratively.
S2E19: Studying Law to Building Startups in Silicon Valley with Harj Taggar
Jan 24, 2017 • 40 min
Co-founder and CEO of Triplebyte, Harj Taggar, shares how he went from studying law in the UK to building startups in Silicon Valley. Harj also describes how he became the first non-founding partner at Y Combinator.
S2E18: Online Entrepreneur to Fullstack Developer with Anthony Delgado
Jan 17, 2017 • 41 min
Anthony Delgado followed anything but a typical path into the world of technology. After starting out as an online entrepreneur, Anthony ended up learning his way into the role of Director of Technology.
S2E17: Getting an MBA as a Front End Developer with Sarah Tan
Jan 10, 2017 • 34 min
Sarah Tan is a liberal arts graduate with a bent for social good. She has 10 years of experience as a front end developer. After working in higher ed, digital agencies and politics - she is now a recent MBA graduate.
S2E16: Building Vets Who Code with Jerome Hardaway
Jan 3, 2017 • 38 min
Jerome Hardaway explains how he learned how to code and ultimately built Vets Who Code - a 501(c)(3) that remotely teaches veterans how to program.
S2E15: Community Development to Frontend Development with Luisa Morales
Dec 27, 2016 • 36 min
Luisa Morales shares how she went from working in community development to teaching herself how to code. Today, Luisa is a frontend developer at the dev agency Stealthwerk.