As you begin to explore programming and web development, you'll hear the terms "front-end" and "back-end" developer thrown around a lot. Here, we'll define each and identify the skills necessary to become either.
When you’re new to programming, it's tough to know where to start. Which language should you tackle first? You'll need to consider your end goals, how quickly you learn, and where the industry overall is headed. To help narrow the field, here are 9 of the most in-demand programming languages, why they're so popular, and what you can do with them.
Getting a job after completing a bootcamp can feel overwhelming, so its important to develop a method that's specific to your individual skills and preferences, and to focus your energy on the most valuable opportunities, rather than taking the path of least resistance. Grace Hopper dean Meg Duffy has some tips to do just that.
Impostor syndrome is characterized by an inability to internalize accomplishments, and a fear of being exposed as a fraud--and coding bootcampers, most of whom have non-traditional background experience and education for the tech industry, have it in spades. Here are four tips to combat the phenomenon and build confidence, from Grace Hopper Dean Meg Duffy.
When you think of the different people who wind up at coding bootcamps, do you picture any Game of Thrones characters? Maybe you should. Here are some common types of bootcamp attendees and their GoT avatars--and a parody video we made to show you what we mean.