Dreaming Big: How a Cuban Immigrant Returned to Tech

Yeiska De La Torre Fernandez arrived in the United States from Cuba with a degree in electrical engineering and a dream of a better...

The Perks of Teaching That You Don’t See in the Job...

By Camden Kirkland My name is Ray and I’m partnering with UT Austin to find passionate software developers to help students learn code and change...

Under Pressure: How a Natural Gas Mechanic Went from Just Paying...

By all accounts, Patrick Lehmann had a good job. His work as a natural gas mechanic in the Virginia area was paying the bills—but...

It’s time for .NET Core

By Eric Wise The Microsoft .NET Framework has had a great run since its initial release in 2001. My first programming experiences were with Java,...

From Law Graduate to Full-Stack Engineer: How Winning a Lottery Changed...

Roxana Milea loves to challenge herself. When it was time to decide on her high school path in her native Romania, she chose to...

Trilogy Education Partners with the University of Western Australia to Offer...

To help meet growing employer demand in Perth, the University of Western Australia today announced the launch of its first coding boot camp in...

It’s a Zoo Out There: Melissa Nelson’s Journey from Exotic Animals...

When people talk about their workplace being like a zoo, they usually don’t mean it literally. For Twin Cities resident Melissa Nelson, it was...

Trilogy and UConn Partner to Offer Coding Boot Camp

With the labor market the tightest it has been in a generation, employers in Connecticut are hungry for job-ready tech talent. Companies across industries...

How to Win the Cybersecurity Talent Race

By Eric Wise The world is becoming more digitally connected. In the past decade, we have seen the rise of affordable and available cloud computing...

Moms in Tech Making an Impact

This Mother's Day, we are celebrating women who are doing it all: working, raising families, coding, upskilling, reskilling, analyzing data, growing in their careers,...

Taking Charge: How This Working Mom Took Control of Her Future...

Nikki Mingo Statum is many things. A longtime sales representative. A St. Louis native. A mother. But she’s certainly not one thing. “I’m not a...

Who’s In Style: A Web Developer With an Eye for Fashion

Morgan Crosta’s new clients come to her for help designing or redesigning their websites. They want to update old interfaces, refresh outdated looks or,...

3 Enterprise Data Roles and How They Can Drive Business Impact

By Eric Wise The following post contains an excerpt from our enterprise ebook How to Become a Data-Driven Organization. Download your free copy. According to the...

From GED to Senior Software Engineer at AT&T: How A Boot...

Higher education can lead to great things for a person’s career. But for many people, a traditional degree isn’t always feasible. Four years without...

From Student to Teacher: How Andres Gonzalez Channeled His Boot Camp...

On February 11, Andres Gonzalez entered a classroom just as he had every day for the past 18 years. The difference? For the first...

Creating a Culture of Learning

By Eric Wise The digital skills gap and talent scarcity is not a short-term problem. To face this challenge head-on, companies need to start creating...

Analytics Boot Camp: Personal Reflections for the Data-Driven

By Lisa Santonato Six months ago I committed to a ‘boot camp’ program in data analytics. I had been thinking for some time about developing...

After Decades in IT, Finding a New Career in Toronto’s Vibrant...

Toronto is well-known for its vibrant technology industry and culture of innovation. It’s a great place to work and live if you have a...

4 Reasons Why You Should Consider Becoming a Boot Camp Instructor

By Eric Wise From an early age, I knew that technology was for me. I got in early with the Apple IIe at school, and...

How to Juggle a Career, a Newborn, and Learning to Code

Signing up for a coding boot camp is a big commitment. Learning a dozen new programming languages and software to build a portfolio of...