If you’re new to working remotely or thinking of taking the plunge, these tips will reveal the most common pitfalls you need to be aware of and what you can do to avoid falling in.
Believe it or not, graduation has never been a celebratory time in my life. I’m usually so weighed down by the pressure of expectations and the future I can’t appreciate the accomplishment. Was that the case at LEARN? Read this post to find out.
What was it like for me being the only girl in my coding boot camp cohort? Why wasn’t it weird for me? Why is this still an important conversation to have? Answers to these questions and more, in this post!
Who am I? What am I? When can I claim to be what I’m working toward being? When you can’t help but conflate part of your identity with your profession, which is in flux, where do you stand? Sometimes, something small can bring clarity and comfort.
Have you ever made a commitment to yourself and then had it derailed by life? Same here! I was faced with some crappy timing and a very tough decision. Sometimes life throws you off your game, and you just have to do what you have to do.
My coding mentor is freakin’ awesome, and he’s taught me a TON. These are the top three lessons I find myself coming back to myself most often as well as sharing with the members of my cohort and other code learners. Grab a pen; you’ll want to take notes.