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Guaranteed Scholarships for Women and Veterans

One of our primary goals of 2018 has been improving accessibility. DigitalCrafts' mission is to make a career in technology as accessible as possible, especially for the underrepresented and the veterans who keep our country safe. To that end, starting with our upcoming September '18 cohorts, women and veterans automatically receive scholarships - no application necessary.

Published 8th August 2018
5 minute read

Top 5 Javascript Newsletters for Bootcamp Alumni

Newsletters are an excellent and easy way to stay up to date with the ever-changing trends of the tech world. They provide new tricks of the trade, important news, sometimes job postings, and a constant source of conversation at networking events and job interviews. Jonathan Martin, Lead Instructor at DigitalCrafts and Javascript guru, has shared his favorite newsletters and why they are worth the read. 

Published 18th July 2018
4 minute read

7 Portfolio Tips for Beginners

Director of Student Services, Lillian Wakefield, is also a current student in DigitalCrafts' Full Stack Flex Program. She sat down to discuss not only her process of reviewing portfolios for others, but the approach of creating her first portfolio. Her advice? Use your portfolio as a representation of yourself, your passion, and your committment to coding. 

Published 11th July 2018
5 minute read

Top 5 Tech Meetups in Houston

Attending regular Meetups can be one of the most effective ways to network oneself into a new opportunity - not to mention the educational value and the potential to form lasting relationships with new mentors and friends. Here are 5 popular tech Meetups in Houston that you should check out! 

Published 20th June 2018
2 minute read

Why Do Developers Use Macs Instead of PCs?

Instead of starting a feud about Mac’s or PCs being better, we decided to find out what it is about Macs that made developers feel more at home. Who better to explain that, than the developers themselves in one on one interviews!

Published 6th June 2018
8 minute read

Summer Coding Bootcamps in Atlanta


We've compiled a list of summer coding camps in the Greater Atlanta area that teaches kids various skills such as app creation, mobile & web development, and in some cases, robotics.

Published 22nd May 2018
10 minute read

What are JavaScript Promises?

Whether you are writing code for the browser or the backend, programming in JavaScript means writing chunks of code that could run at any time in the future. For example, imagine a web page that displays trains schedules for different stations. When a user chooses one of the stations, the data for that station is retrieved from the network, and then that data is shown to the user. When learning JavaScript, newcomers must master a number of asynchronous programming techniques. One of these is the use of Promises.

Published 16th May 2018
8 minute read

Top 5 Tech Meetups in Atlanta

 For Atlanta's Tech community, there are an ample amount of technology related Meetups that provide continuous learning, guest speakers, and community projects. 

Published 9th May 2018
3 minute read

Being a Woman in Tech

What is it like to be a woman in the field of technology? We sat down with four women in different areas of the field and at different stages of their career to get their perspectives. We discussed what interests them about their current field, some challenges they have faced, and what they would like to see changed. 

Published 2nd May 2018
15 minute read

Networking and Success at Coding Bootcamps

Half of the battle of attending a Coding Bootcamp is finding a job after the program. While applying to jobs online is part of the process, networking allows for face to face interaction with potential hiring managers. Take the necessary steps to stand out in the job market! 

Published 25th April 2018
3 minute read
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