After the long and hard twelve weeks of pushing pixels left and right, centering containers vertically and/or horizontally, solving new problems, deciphering bugs, creating efficient algorithms, and implementing product features, suddenly it was all over and the fifth batch of day class session is now part of Tuitt’s growing family of awesome alumni.
The Guest Speakers
Two amazing practitioner’s of the web development craft, Marlon and Rem, gave their presence and time that day to provide the graduating campers of Tuitt Coding Bootcamp Batch Five (5) Day Class some indispensable and timely insights about the huge ocean of opportunities out there for software and web development.
Marlon (guest speaker) inspiring the campers through his experiences as a career-shifter.
Marlon is an alumni of Tuitt Coding Bootcamp from the Batch Three (3) Day Class and the top performer of that particular class. He had some applications programming experience from his previous job working with mainframe computers as his platform. He made the transition himself to web development upon realizing that his platform of choice was really the web.
Another alumni who has been one of our guest speakers in the past showed up and we are more than happy to give him recognition as well. Edmon is one of the pioneer batch of bootcampers and the top of his class. He was immediately hired after graduating from Tuitt and continuously gives pride to Tuitt through the positive feedback of his employer, FFUF.
Here is the list of campers who successfully completed the 12-week intensive full-stack web development bootcamp:
And now go, and make interesting mistakes, make amazing mistakes, make glorious and fantastic mistakes. Break rules. Leave the world more interesting for your being here.
— Neil Gaiman
Wishing You All Good Luck
The whole family of the Tuitt Coding Bootcamp is truly grateful for the time and trust you’ve invested into the bootcamp. The entire team is delighted to have met all of you. You are all now part of the amazing company history of Tuitt in creating a dent in this world through an alternative technology education startup.
It wasn’t really an easy road they have taken but it was all worth it. Wishing you all good luck on your next challenge — landing a new web developer career.
The process of finding a new web developer job coming from a non-IT degree or work experience will not be handed to you on a silver platter, you need to go out there, find it, and then take it.
Thank you Batch Five (5) Day Class, we really appreciate you all!