About 97 credit hours and many years later, I finally decided to stop and pick up where I left off on learning to program. I remembered how much I loved it and questioned why I ever stopped. I came full-circle with programming and found a high-quality coding school to join. I dove right in at Woz U and successfully graducated. It's been an incredible journey, thanks to the school and the self-learning I have done along the way.
I'm a dedicated life-long learner. I am absolutely passionate about software / web development and I am constantly learning things in the industry. I haven't stopped learning. Because of this committment to learning, I'm seeking an opportunity with a company that is supportive of continuing education and has a culture that fosters mentorship and growth.
Acts as a point of contact and assists students throughout their progression in the program via the school's vibrant Slack community. Provides 1-on-1 code reviews, grading of assignments, clarification on programming concepts with an emphasis on C# / .Net curriculum. Also supported students in front end frameworks such as Angular and React.js to enable students to be successful.
Part of a team who supports the North America Market in payment processing. Builds files with a high degree of accuracy and speed within specific parameters required by merchants. Supports onboarding of new merchants and serving existing accounts.
Dedicated point of contact for utilities accounts for all units nationwide. Facilitated the process of new cable/internet/telephone/gas/electric installations and set-ups in a highly deadline-driven environment. Charged with support of these accounts when troubleshooting was needed.
Provided world class service through education of Comcast products. Responsible for the installation of new services and technical maintenance of existing customers.
A 33 week boot camp, with an emphasis on Full-Stack Development with multiple languages, frameworks and introduction to agile project management.
Full-stack curriculum (Ruby on Rails), which has placed thousands of people in software development jobs. App Academy is ranked as the #1 coding bootcamp in the US and, since 2016.