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Do you need Coding School to Survive the Media Melee?

Do you need Coding School to survive?

How many of you feel like the only way to get a job in media nowadays is to have a coding school background? If this is the case, don’t feel like you’re wrong, there are currently hundreds of coding schools popping up everywhere for the sheer reason that finding programmers is getting harder and harder to find. Some of the reasons for this is the really good ones want to get paid lots and lots of money or they want very flexible work and won’t jive with your work environment. Take for instance One Month founder Mattan Griffel, who originally built One Month, an online coding school because he was frustrated after unsuccessfully searching for a coder to build out a startup idea. The Flatiron School offers a 12 weeks of full-time, intensive instruction (plus pre-work) “designed to turn you into a web developer” for a $10,000 tuition fee. Avi Flombaum states “The way I got serious about technology in high school wasn’t’ through building things. It was through hacking and lock-picking and cracking Wi-Fi passwords and making free phone calls,”. But even Flatiron School’s adult programming classes are run less like math classes than creative writing classes. Students build…

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Stacking Containers in the Cloud has never been easier thanks to Docker

Stacking Containers in the Cloud has never been easier thanks to Docker

Sometimes it feels like we’re writing the same article again and again because it’s always about some tech company raising a gazillion dollars. Well, there is nothing new here, except that this two year old company is aggressively trying to dominate a market. Docker, who, Work at DOCKER? A lightning producer of software for managing applications on a global basis. They’ve created a signature application container technology, and they are doing everything in their power to make sure all the other kids in the playground have to go home early. Docker has seen four injections of money since inception and this most recent one of $95 million should really allow them to blow past all their competitors, such as CoreOS, another upstart. So we’re looking at a total of close to $160 million in funding. Last September in 2014 the company was valued at close to $400 million, this year it’s possible it’s value could be a billion dollars. Thinking about submitting those resumes now, or later? Benjamin Golub, Docker’s chief executive said Docker still hasn’t spent all of the money from its second round of financing, let alone the $40 million it raised in its third round of funding last…

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Handy.com Needs Developers to Clean Your House

Woah - Handy.com looking to blow up with your help!

It should be of great interest to know about Handy.com, especially if you’re looking to find a media job. Handy has hit over $1 million in bookings per week. Take a look at the list of available positions on their site. They want Android, iOS, Front End and Ruby on Rails developers. This is a growing global company, currently in 25 cities here in the U.S. They are a mobile cleaning and home repair booking service, and it is taking off. Umang Dua, the chief operating officer says “we’ve gone from about $3 million in run rate to $52 million in run rate,.. over 200,000 applications to the site for potential cleaners and handymen, and has over 5,000 active professionals who complete at least one job in a month”. All of this in a matter of two years. Want to help them grow their presence, become the Handy Brand Team Manager? Since consumers are getting more acquainted with the idea of booking things from their mobile phones and that mandated background checks on both the national and county level are done for their service providers, Handy professionals are thoroughly vetted. At present 85% of the company’s money comes from cleaning,…

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Etsy Finds the Elusive Female Engineer

Etsy Finds the Elusive Female Engineer

Female engineers are hard to find. “…good female engineers are being stalked like the last antelope on the African veldt” according to Fastcolabs.com. Imagine a company known to some as a dude fest but where 80% of the customers are female?  Sounds like they could use more of a diversified staff.  For Etsy it became more of a necessity given the composition of their customers.  The challenge was real as women hold only 25% of engineering and computer related jobs and in tech that number is even lower.  Women engineers do have their pick of where to work and are very focused on finding the company with the best culture. Etsy not only found a way to up their quotient of women engineers but increased their recruiting success by over 500%.  Read more at Finding the Female Engineers at Fastcolabs.com.

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