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AWS Without Breaking the Bank

By Roger Huba on

Imagine you are following along in an online tutorial that will walk you through creating a cloud-based API to serve up some data from an AWS EC2 instance, connected to a database. You complete the tutorial and end up with this great API. You decide to share it with your friend who will “ohh and ahh” at your site. A month later you get an email from AWS that mentions a bill is due. To your surprise, the bill is over $300. WHAT? HOW? No way! What do I do now? How do I keep this from happening ever again?

In this article, I’ll offer the essential guidance you need to keep this from happening to you (again?).

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Cultivating Portland's Vibrant and Inclusive Tech Community

By Mitchell Robertson on

In 2015, Code Fellows launched Code Fellows PDX in the heart of downtown Portland. Through our local connections, strong curriculum and inclusive education, we were able to help cultivate the city’s vibrant and inclusive software development culture. We believe tech careers should be opened to everyone. The future of tech will be shaped by the diversity in our world–through the full breadth of humanity.

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Code Fellows Wins WTIA DEI Award

By Mitchell Robertson on

On November 4th WTIA hosted its first DEI Summit, commemorating the first year of WTIA’s intentional and focused efforts to eradicate systems of inequity in the tech sector. The event also marked the launch of WTIA’s DEI Awards, which recognized and honored organizations making outstanding progress toward achieving diversity, equity and inclusion wins for employees, clients, and stakeholders.

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Partnering to Increase Digital Equity in K-12

By Mitchell Robertson on

Code Fellows has partnered with the Oregon Department of Education (ODE) and Central Oregon STEM Hub piloting a program to provide tech education to students throughout central Oregon. Now in our second year, we are off to a great start and long partnership to produce lasting change.

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Memphis: More than the home of Great Food, Blues, Soul & Rock 'N' Roll

By Mitchell Robertson on

Memphis may be best known for its amazing food, blues, jazz, and rock ‘n’ roll, but it’s also home to a thriving community of leaders, influencers, innovators and change-makers.

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Powered by Code Fellows: Transforming Lives Through Tech Education

By Mitchell Robertson on

Building a strong and sustainable economy requires strategic partnerships, human and capital investment, and access to relevant training and education. These three important factors can provide continuous growth, prosperity, and inclusion that raises the standard of living for the entire community and ensures everyone has a chance to succeed.

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PivotTech: Nashville Partners Creating Access to Rewarding Careers

By Mitchell Robertson on

Nashville may be well known as the country music capital of the world, but it’s quickly transforming into an emerging tech hub. That is why we are proud to be partnering with PivotTech to bring tech education to underserved communities.

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Powering Jamaica's Digital Transformation

By Mitchell Robertson on

Code Fellows is proud to be powering the digital transformation of Jamaica through training individuals with the technical skills to start rewarding new careers and accelerate Jamaica’s digital economy!

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Learn to Code From the Cayman Islands

By Mitchell Robertson on

How our Powered by Code Fellows program helps local economies through providing professional software development skills through live-remote learning.

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Forging Partnerships: The Cayman Code Academy

By Mitchell Robertson on

How our Powered by Code Fellows program helps local economies, from the Cayman Islands to the Middle East.

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From Seattle to Cedar Rapids: Meet the School Bringing Tech Education to Iowa

By Mitchell Robertson on

Did you know that 12 schools license our curriculum to train software developers in their cities?

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New Partnership with Seattle Central College Increases Access to Education

By Mitchell Robertson on

We’re excited to announce a new partnership with Seattle Central College, an established Seattle institute focusing on student diversity, quality education, and community partnerships.

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Diversity in Tech: How Diversity Partners are Making an Impact

By Mitchell Robertson on

For years, tech companies have been challenged to diversify their teams. We look to the data, using the demographics of tech giants like Google and Twitter to gauge how the entire industry is performing.

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