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“Because of my full stack background I can go wherever I’m needed. My future has all these different paths that it never had before. I could become technical lead or aim to be a manager. And all of these would not have been an option before…Coding Dojo changed my life. I wouldn’t have been able to grow as a developer the same way if I had gone to another bootcamp."
“Because they teach these three different stacks, it teaches you the differences between them, but more importantly what’s similar between them. Having that understanding makes you feel like you’re capable of working in any of those environments down the road... My next phase is I'm going to be working on a project for the CEO directly."
"I studied marketing and before Coding Dojo, I didn’t even know how to write a line of code. I just kept building, and I didn’t even realize how much I was learning, until I was doing really complicated things."
"One of the things that is unique about the Coding Dojo experience is there’s a pretty wide range of backgrounds of different people: some people have never programmed, some people have CS degrees. When you come into this program, you can get out of what you want."
"You go through it, and it’s challenging, and you’re always pushing yourself harder and harder as each week goes on. And afterwards, I was immediately able to apply that stuff to real work environtments and situations. I didn’t get that in college."
“It’s worth it. The whole process till today is worth it… I feel I’m part of something that you can actually see, and that’s rewarding. With the help of Coding Dojo, I’m able to do what I do today."
"In real-life you won’t be doing anything alone...It’s not just about how good you can code, but also how good you can work with other people and how good you can get things done with them."
"It was a positive experience for me. I didn’t mind putting in the hours in at all. I enjoyed it and part of it was just having that great environment of people around me."