Hypepotamus 'Tech Talent' Roundup

With a mission to be Atlanta's "go-to source of startup and tech news, events, job listings and resources," Hypepotamus is one of DigitalCrafts' favorite windows into the local tech scene.  

Recently, three students from the soon-to-be-graduating Atlanta Full Stack Immersive June cohort were featured in the Tech Talent section. 

 

Natalie Ventura 

"I discovered programming first through glitch art, and later through culture studies research. I realized that I didn’t want a career where I would only read and write about other people’s software — I wanted to develop my own too."

Full Hypepotamus Interview: This DigitalCrafts Graduate Is Writing Up Her Coding Career

Natalie Ventura with a dog

Natalie's LinkedIn profile

 

Will Elliott

"It wasn’t until December 13th, 2015, exhausted from a day’s travel in my role as a marketing director that I sat on a hotel bed and had an epiphany. The problem was that talk is cheap and words lack a certain functionality. It was at that moment that I knew I wanted to become a developer."

Full Hypepotamus Interview: This Philosopher Turned To Coding To Explore Cryptocurrency

Will Elliott at the whiteboard

Will's LinkedIn profile

 

Sarah Abbey

"I have always loved solving puzzles. Before studying at DigitalCrafts, I often found myself helping colleagues and friends with computer issues."

Full Hypepotamus Interview: This Junor Programmer Thrives On Puzzling Out Tech Tools

Sarah Abbey in a field

Sarah's LinkedIn profile

 

 

Interested in how you can jump-start your career as a new developer? Download our course packet for more information about our Full Stack programs!

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Author
Katy McElroy

Student Services Coordinator