Author Archives: Roxanne

How Amanda Torres Risked It All For a New Start

Pre-Dojo: As an Assistant Director of Operations in higher education, You are looking for a safe, secure space to learn and grow? Afraid, but also excited to take on a new challenge. After Dojo: As a Customer Support Engineer You … Continue reading

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From Doctorate to Dojo: Healthcare through Code: Redefining healthcare

Dr. Kwame Johnson has all of the education and knowledge necessary to become a neurosurgeon. Instead, he chose to become a product manager at Google DeepMind Health where his passion for health technology now touches millions of lives. Johnson says, … Continue reading

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How Raden Mantuano Reinvented Himself and His Career

Pre-Dojo: Worked in Sales & Digital Marketing Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, I was forced to change my career. Although I was able to code a little on my own, I needed guidance and structure in order to make it … Continue reading

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How Seattle Alumni Stephen Holmes Changed His Career

Pre-Dojo: As a library technician You yearned for a career change but don’t have the time or money to go back to school Wasn’t sure if the bootcamp structure was right for him After Dojo: Newfound self-reliance and problem solving … Continue reading

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How Bellevue Alumni Joseph Lee Unlocked His Potential

Pre-Dojo: As a driver of a delivery truck He wanted more from life and believed he had untapped potential After Dojo: Amazon Software Developer Apprentice He has a strong professional network that he used to land his current position He … Continue reading

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Project Management Institute

As organizations evolve, their working standards are changing. Managers are eager to achieve their objectives and tasks in a deeper manner. They are more clear about the tasks, projects, resources, timeline, etc. It is important that individuals are prepared to … Continue reading

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Project Management in a Post-Pandemic World

No matter what your feelings were about the SARS-COV2(COVID-19), virus pandemic, communication with project managers was affected in many ways. Project Management Institute (PMI), for many years, has maintained that while virtual teams and video calls are efficient, physical co-located … Continue reading

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Introduction to American Politics: Professors and Partisanship

Author: Emily Farris (Texas Christian University). This spring, I opened my Introduction to American Politics and asked my students to attend the first day after having read the syllabus, Dr. Seth Masket’s piece in Pacific Standard, “The Crisis in Political … Continue reading

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Professor Streamlines Course With MindTap [SUCCESS STREADY]

Reading Time: 1 Minute. Instructors can find it difficult to use online learning technology. Professor Alex Mata began teaching Communication Studies online classes. She found that she spent more time uploading videos and creating quizzes than creating engaging activities or … Continue reading

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Professor Corinne Hoisington’s Favorite Online Teaching Tool

Corinne Hoisington is the Professor of Information Systems Technology at Central Virginia Community College. It sounds like many of us will be able to connect remotely with our students or higher education colleagues this fall. One of the biggest challenges … Continue reading

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