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Student Blog Posts

by Heather Payne Friday September 25, 2015

The Story of the Hipster Baby Name Generator

Alex Davey is a graduate from our Summer 2015 Bootcamp. After finishing our nine-week immersive program, she focused on building a pet project she’d had in mind for months; a Hipster Baby Name Generator. Since launching it in mid-September, it’s Read more…

by Heather Payne Monday July 28, 2014

Blog Post Roundup: HackerYou Summer '14 Bootcamp Students

The Summer 2014 cohort of our full-time front-end web development immersive program are just starting Week Five! We can’t believe time is flying by so fast. Our new students have been blogging about what they’ve been learning and about their Read more…

by Heather Payne Monday April 21, 2014

HackerYou Spring '14 Bootcamp Student Blog Post Roundup: Week 1

The Spring 2014 cohort of our full-time front-end development bootcamp started last Monday, and our new students have been blogging about what they’ve been learning and about their journeys toward becoming front-end developers. Whether you’re curious about what they’ve been Read more…

by Heather Payne Thursday February 20, 2014

HackerYou Bootcamp Student Blog Post Roundup: Week 3

Last week marked the start of Week Three of our nine-week full-time web development bootcamp, and it was a busy one. During the week, students learned responsive design, how to use git and Github, and how to scope, quote and price Read more…

by Heather Payne Tuesday February 11, 2014

HackerYou Bootcamp Student Blog Post Roundup: Week 2

Last week marked the start of Week Two of our nine-week full-time web development bootcamp, and it was a busy one. During the week, they tackled advanced CSS3 effects and tricks, learned all about responsive design and also learning about Read more…

by Heather Payne Thursday February 6, 2014

HackerYou Bootcamp Student Blog Post Roundup: Week 1

Since we kicked off the first cohort of our full-time front-end development bootcamp last Monday, our students have been taking the initiative to blog about what they’ve been learning and about their journeys toward becoming front-end developers. Whether you’re curious Read more…