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How I Learned to Code in Less Than 2 Months


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For people new to learning to code, you should spend less time than someone who has been at it for 3 months. As you progress in your code courses, your ability to absorb programmatic knowledge will increase.

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How I Learned to Code - and Got a Job at Google!

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How I Learned to Code in 6 Months

Meaghan Jones learned to code in only 6 months! She joined Epicodus, landed her dream job working abroad in Brazil, and is now a One Month Python alumni! ????)

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Meaghan Jones graduated from UC Berkeley with a Masters in Latin America Studies. Having grown up in California, Meaghan always dreamed of working and living abroad. She loved Latin America, and so Latin American Politics seemed like her golden ticket to working abroad!

She arrived in Brazil, and hit a wall. At first, Meaghan had a difficult time getting work. She ended up teaching English for a few months, but always had the feeling that she could be doing something more, she wanted to work somewhere that she could continue actively learning on the job, and she wanted a job that matched her creative potential. Meaghan returned to the States, and that’s when she joined Epicodus, a coding bootcamp in Portland, OR. Meaghan worked hard, and learned to code in just 6 months.

Since graduating from Epicodus’s coding bootcamp Meaghan has landed a job at Hotjar, working remotely from San Paolo, Brazil.

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