Before I decided to become a software engineer, I felt stuck and confused. I had spent most of my 20s pursuing a career in the music industry until I realized it was making me hate music. I didn’t know what else could excite my enthusiasm the way music did. I decided to teach myself how to code and eventually enrolled in a boot camp. Despite 12 weeks of intensive training, I felt no more confident in my skills than when I had started.
Working at DevPipeline has been the most valuable professional experience I’ve had in my life. My skills have improved dramatically in just the short time I’ve been there, and they continue to improve every day. For the first time that I can remember, I genuinely look forward to coming to work and feel empowered to solve the challenges that the job presents and those of my profession.
Developer at DevPipeline