The second batch of Tuitt Coding Bootcamp‘s night class recently held their commencement program on October 4, 2017 with excitement and new hope.
“Anything can have meaning if it changes you for the better.”
— Viktor Frankl
It was six (6) months of patience and hard work exerted by the instructors and students alike. The students had to invest their time and energy for four (4) hours per day and five (5) days per week to learn the indispensable skills of a junior web developer. It was not an easy journey considering that half of the students had been coming from a long day of exhausting work while some still needed to work after class. But as said by one of the students, “It was [a sacrifice that’s] totally worth it!”
It was a special moment, both for the students and Tuitt, because another group of amazing people will now be a part of our growing tech industry here in the Philippines. Just six (6) months ago, they decided to make a career-shifting move in order to learn a new skill set and be able to do what they really love: problem-solving and creating cool and relevant software.
Inspired Guest Speakers
There were two awe-inspiring guest speakers that night. These people were career-shifters themselves, and they both gave different insights that the students found useful in relation to planning their journey of joining the dazzling world of the Philippine tech industry.
The first invited guest speaker was Emmanuell M., a graduate of Tuitt Coding Bootcamp. He was the second top performer of the Batch 4 (Day Class), a B.S. Industrial Engineering graduate, was a Mainframe and COBOL Programmer, and is now working as a Full Stack Web Developer of August99.
Stream of Images That Night
To the latest addition to the growing family of Tuitt Coding Bootcamp alumni, the Batch 2 Night Class, the entire Tuitt Team appreciates the trust and time you’ve invested during your stay. We are wishing you luck in all your future challenges in the amazing world of Information Technology.