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Meet Morgan: From Technical Program Manager to Software Development Engineer

By Sarah June Fischer on

Meet Morgan Nomura! During her time as a TPM at Nordstrom, she got a front row seat to the work that software developers do every day. She studied at Code Fellows to quickly learn modern Python programming, and now works with the very developers who inspired her to try coding over a year ago.

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See What Students Build in Code 401: Python

By Sarah June Fischer on

We recently featured the projects that students create in Code 201 and Code 301 during project week—the final week of their course.

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Game AI: Student Project Dives Into Machine Learning

By Sarah June Fischer on

We’ve seen some impressive projects come out of the four-day sprint dubbed Project Week at Code Fellows. From online drum kits to Google Street View on Mars, we’re continually amazed by what students create in just one week.

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How to Choose a Stack, Part 1: Python

By Sarah June Fischer on

We get the question a lot: how do I know which programming language to learn first? Since you’ll likely learn more than a few languages throughout your software development career, which language you learn first usually comes down to personal preference and what kind of software you want to build. In this blog series, we’ll lay out the pros of each language, show you what you can build, give salary and job data, and help clear up some of the questions around the languages we teach at Code Fellows.

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Mars Street View: Student Project Gives Glimpse of Rover Life on the Red Planet

By Sarah June Fischer on

When Will Weatherford was brainstorming projects to pitch to his Python class, he took to Reddit to provide some inspiration.

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Alumni Take Python Class Project to New Heights

By Sarah June Fischer on

Five days. It’s not a lot of time to plan, build, debug, and present a fully-functioning app, but it’s what we ask our Development Accelerators students to do after seven weeks of intense training and practice. We talk with a team of graduates who decided their project wasn’t quite finished, and made plans to make it even better.

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Implementing a Singly Linked List in Python

By John Shiver on

One of the hardest parts about becoming a web developer without a CS degree (aside from the obvious bits) is learning data structures and algorithms on your own.

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5 Reasons why Python is Powerful Enough for Google

By Cris Ewing on

You’re getting ready to start a new company. What language should you choose to build it?

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