Using improvisational skills allows you to enter any given situation with an open mind and an ability to respond authentically. During improv workshops at Zip Code, students learn that by adopting a “yes, and” mindset, you are listening to understand and not just to respond.
We tapped on the experience of four successful Zip Code alumni to create a list of tips that can help parents balance bootcamps and children.
Learn how two creative Zip Code Wilmington alumni let their artistic backgrounds add value to their coding careers instead of holding them back.
Imposter syndrome is bigger than a buzz phrase, it is a psychological pattern where individuals doubt their accomplishments or have a consistent fear that they will be exposed to be a fraud. Non-traditional students who are moving from the classroom to the corporate world may experience the imposter syndrome.
Zip Code Wilmington has recently been selected as one of six national technical training programs available in a new government initiative called VET TEC. The pilot is designed to match veterans with training programs that provide high-tech skills for a seamless transition after active duty.
Armard Bellamy, software engineering manager and Zip Code Wilmington alumnus, seems to have cracked the code in choosing a career that involves consistent evolution.
Explore one Zip Coder’s journey trailblazing angular test automation.
Taking the first step toward a career change can be equal parts thrilling and terrifying. But if you’re looking for a change in direction, you are in good company. Zip Code Wilmington demystifies the steps to gaining employment in the tech field at their Breaking into Tech seminar.
On May 15th, the one-day What the Tech?! workshop will help bridge the communication gap between technical and non-technical counterparts.
In the midst of the exhilaration of choosing a program, it’s important to prepare the inevitable next steps of a full-immersion coding camp. Get tips to help ensure you have the best chance at admission.