Sometimes, changing the direction of your life takes no more than a split-second decision. In Julia Graves’ case, enrolling in the Trilogy-powered University of Washington Coding Boot Camp came as something of a surprise. “I’ve always had an aptitude for...
It wasn’t long ago that Isabelle Pinard didn’t know what the terms UX/UI meant. Now, she proudly boasts it as part of her job title on Google’s Android TV team. At her new job, Isabelle has the opportunity to explore...
A lifelong technology lover, Jake Scheele knew he could turn that passion into a thriving career. Developing an app for his parents’ construction company sparked Jake’s interest in pursuing developing full-time, and it became his north star. Jake’s self-learning...
As a technical recruiter for the largest bank in Canada, Anja Milenkovic learned a lot about STEM professions. Tasked specifically to look for cybersecurity talent, she grew to understand what it would take to live in that world. It...
Crystal Espaillat spends her days doing mental gymnastics by creating e-commerce apps and doing web design. She loves it. Just about as much as she loves fitness and working out at the gym. It wasn’t always this way. Until recently,...
For Stepan Nelasov, going to bootcamp represented new opportunities. It gave him the opportunity to rebuild his career, rekindle his passion, and—perhaps most importantly—rediscover his resolve.  Prior to starting his bootcamp, Stepan had been working as a restaurant manager for...
Bet on yourself—that’s John Bellard’s motto. After graduating from UNC Asheville with an undergraduate degree in business administration, he moved to Charlotte. John spent a few years trying roles at a few different companies before deciding he wanted to...
Elaine Lagon loved working as a contractor at First Command Financial Planning. There was only one problem: she wanted to do it full-time. Though she was passionate about coding, she didn’t have formal training in advanced programming languages. When a...
Joshua Latour has always been passionate about coding. Whether he was building computers, setting up Linux servers, or practicing JavaScript, he has always put himself in front of new technological challenges. For most of his life, Joshua believed it would...
Mark Piscioneri doesn’t seem like a typical full-stack developer. From age 46 to 53, he was a union longshoreman and crane operator at the Port of Cleveland. And before enrolling in the intensive 24-week Case Western Reserve University Coding...

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