She studied art then changed majors to electrical engineering. She ultimately dropped out due to less than positive experiences in college, But her interest in coding led her to Hackbright Academy last summer.
Ingrid’s final project at Hackbright was to create a compiler —
SurveyMonkey Promotes An Accountant To Software Engineer
Dee Gill became interested in coding when she started noticing what her colleagues in the engineering department were doing —
Dee is now a software engineer at SurveyMonkey, and her application she made for SurveyMonkey’s finance team saves her former finance colleagues “hours and hours of work!”
Ashley Lorden, a software engineer at Lyft, says her experience at Hackbright lessened her anxiety —
The Fast Company article concludes that “there is nothing easy about mastering a technical subject that is constantly evolving within a few months. The caliber of the students who graduate from these coding bootcamps is evidence of how much hard work both the schools and the students put in to continue to shape the tech world.”
Read the full article: http://www.fastcolabs.com/3028635/do-coding-bootcamps-produce-inferior-engineers