Fullstack Academy Blog

You Are Not a Fraud: How to Quell Your Imposter Syndrome and Keep Kicking Butt

Impostor syndrome is characterized by an inability to internalize accomplishments, and a fear of being exposed as a fraud--and coding bootcampers, most of whom have non-traditional background experience and education for the tech industry, have it in spades.  Here are four tips to combat the phenomenon and build confidence, from Grace Hopper Dean Meg Duffy.

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The 3 Game of Thrones Characters You Meet At Bootcamp

When you think of the different people who wind up at coding bootcamps, do you picture any Game of Thrones characters? Maybe you should. Here are some common types of bootcamp attendees and their GoT avatars--and a parody video we made to show you what we mean.

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Making the Leap: How to Build Your Skillset and Switch Careers

Meg Duffy, Program Manager of the Grace Hopper Program, explains how to build your skillset and switch careers

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Want to Build a Better Product, Team, and Company? Cultivate Empathy First.

Meg Duffy, Program Manager of the Grace Hopper Program, explains why empathy is good for your company, your product, and your team.

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Why It's Time You Learned to Code

David Yang, co-founder and CEO of Fullstack Academy, explains why learning to code is a good idea for your career and personal life.

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