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Boot Camp Students Solving Real-World Challenges with Coding Projects

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Every month, Trilogy hosts dozens of community tech events to give bootcamp students the chance to share the incredible projects they’ve created in class. Students get to brush up on their presentation skills, show off their work to local tech professionals, and expand their networks. Last month, reporter Katie Nussbaum from the Savannah Morning News joined Georgia Tech-Savannah’s Coding Boot…

This Air Force Vet Wants to Use His Coding Skills to Solve Social Services Challenges

Student Spotlight Kenneth Barnes Georgia Tech Coding Boot Camp

This piece, written by Muriel Vega, originally appeared on Hypepotamus. After six years in the U.S. Air Force, Kenneth Barnes wanted to come back to his original social work-oriented career path — with a tech twist. Upon realization of how technology could help the family services field from document submission to case management, Barnes decided to enroll in Georgia Tech’s Coding…

Ga. Tech-Savannah Graduates Its First Coding Boot Camp

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The internet is the best, and sometimes only, link to fundamental information and networks, but code is the power to unlock it all. As web design and development move to the forefront in today’s economy, Georgia-Tech Savannah this week graduated its first Coding Boot Camp. The intense six-month program teaches the fundamentals of coding and…

Coding: The Must-Have Job Skill of the Future

Dustin Sparks Business in Savannah

In the Oscar-nominated film “Hidden Figures,” Dorothy Vaughan (played by Octavia Spencer) works at NASA as an unofficial supervisor over a group of “computers” women who performed mathematical calculations long before electronic computers became commercially available. When she learns an IBM 7090 is being installed, she immediately understands the ramifications. She and her co-workers will…