I prefer a socratic method of teaching wherein I guide the student to the answers they seek through practical examples and guided questions. While I believe lectures have a place in learning software engineering, I believe that actually building things to show off to friends, potential employers etc. is what makes learning to code feel truly rewarding.
I am currently employed full-time as an Automation Engineer building internal tools to expedite QA processes. While I've learned largely through self-teaching, I did attend Hack Reactor, at the time it was the top Rated Boot camp in San Francisco.
Negotiable. I do also offer a "bootcamp" style curriculum, materials and lesson plan at significant discount (relative to 90% of bootcamps). Inquire for details.
- 2 Years at my current position as an Automation Engineer developing in Python
- I don't care about your experience level. I do care about your experience :) as my student
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