Publishing this post marks the end of Phase 0, the remote part-time (part-time, ha!) portion of the Dev Bootcamp 19-week program. I spent my last weekend of freedom drinking in the sunshine and soaking up smiles from my kids before a very demanding 9-weeks of coding kicks off. You can read my thoughts about Weeks […]
Dev Bootcamp had us build a personal/resume site throughout the remote portion of the program, and once I built my initial draft I knew I would be reworking the entire thing in the last week. I was able to take it live at my domain, www.JennaAndersen.com this morning and I haven’t felt this proud of […]
tl;dr – I’m thatwifejenna on Snapchat. Dev Bootcamp pushes the idea of timeboxing, setting a limit for yourself and producing a Minimum Viable Product within that time. Sometimes an MVP is all you need. I’m testing that out with this post, which needs to be finished in 15-minutes or less. Let’s get into how I […]
When I was working toward Hackbright I spent time hunting down blog posts written about the experience. It was very helpful to read about the experiences of others as I worked toward admission, in part because I still had reservations about whether this was the right choice for me. It was those blog posts that […]
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