Following successful careers as an archaeologist and a civil servant, Michael wanted to follow a new path, one that one focused his analytical and logical ability into a new and challenging vocation.
Since completing our training course, Michael earned his place on our mentorship program and now works as a web developer at HandsHQ, a rails-backed start-up that provides legal documentation for contractors.
Having already acquired a strong technical background from working in front-line I.T. support, Joe wanted to supplement his knowledge with web development skills.
He previously studied Java at the Open University; but after he completed our training program, he earned his first web development position on our mentorship scheme. He now works on a service-orientated Ruby / Padrino project at HiHostels, a global hostel booking service.
With a background as a VB developer, Jason wanted to return from database administration to what he did best: being creative with code. When the opportunity to re-skill arose, Jason sought a placement suitable to his experience level that was both challenging and engaging.
Following our web development training course, as a We Got Coders developer he writes his own full-stack web applications, built on his knowledge as a database administrator. He now works on a service-orientated Ruby / Padrino project at HiHostels.
After moving to the UK, Edgar successfully ran his own management consultancy for several years, whilst simultaneously studying for a multimedia degree. He moved into web development so that he could combine his entrepreneurial insight with his drive and creativity to solving real-world problems.
Through our training and mentoring program, Edgar found a web development role at SupaDupa.me, an e-commerce startup that provides boutique shop fronts to merchants. Now he works with test driven rails web applications to deliver features that directly contribute to his client's bottom line.