Ana Triana is a Fashion Marketing consultant who moved from Cuba to Miami, and her passion for technology drew her to become a Web Developer. She now has her own tech consulting company and creates amazing websites for clients in the Fashion, Tech and Entertainment space.
We are so proud to have been named #12 of the Top 48 Coding Bootcamps around the world in 2019 - 2020 by Course Report, the leading authority on immersive technology education, having been cited in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the San Francisco Chronicle, TechCrunch, GeekWire, EdSurge and more.
So you’ve decided to make the plunge and enter the matrix (aka attend a coding bootcamp). If this is you, congrats on choosing the red pill! Regardless of your decision (future coding bootcamper or not), I implore you to sit back, relax, and buckle up! What follows are my tips for not just surviving, but excelling during a coding bootcamp.
Miami has been called the “Capital of Latin America.” Cubans, Venezuelans, Colombians, Brazilians, Puerto Ricans, and many others call the Magic City home. While historically many have come to Miami to visit South Beach, own a beachfront property, or have quick access to Cuban coffee, today businesses are finding there are many more reasons to make Miami home.
A piece on collaboration between UXUI + Web Dev cohorts, and how we worked our way slowly to a proven model. Here at Wyncode Academy we practice what we preach. As the Head Instructor for the UXUI Immersive Program I am constantly reminding students to iterate on their designs with solid user feedback and data.
Our instructor Cece Claridge coined a letter for her students at our first ever all-women cohort which just completed 10 weeks of web development training. It gave us chills when she read it at their Pitch Night, so we figured we’d share it with the rest of the Wynfam.