Meet Pio Molina, a professional violinist and recent grad of our Full Stack Web Development program. This is his #WyncodeStory and how he plans to #BuildNewWorlds connecting Music and Coding.
With the high demand in technological jobs, it is no surprise why everyone is looking to transition into a career in tech. In order to do so, not everyone has the opportunity or the time to complete a full undergraduate or graduate program in tech related fields, but instead opt for the more efficient and result-proven model of education: Immersive Tech Bootcamps. But how do you know a Bootcamp is good for you?
As we are getting closer to a new year, our team is reminiscing in the 2018 achievements, the amazing students that completed our programs and the lessons learned this year. One of the best things to reflect upon is: What are the questions and concerns of our students before, during and after our programs? In this case, we wanted to pay close attention to our relatively new, and successful UX/UI program (we graduated our first 4 cohorts this year).
Conversational UX is when the digital product embraces a more human like relationship with the user employing chat, or a dialog like set of interactions in a system, user cadence. For example, rather than filling out a form one could answer a series of questions and depending on answers provided, the user will get served relevant options, communicating key information along the way. Ideally it ends in a transaction, lead, or conversion.
Coding bootcamps have become all the rage the past few years. They truly seem like something magical. “Become a web developer in 10 weeks!”, say all the ads and headlines. The claims are incredible, and the results speak for themselves. If you succeed at a bootcamp, you will most likely succeed in getting a job as a developer.