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Dec 7

Learning to Code: My Story as a Galvanize Web Dev Student, (Series) Part Four

This is a series written by former Galvanize employee Dan Beerman on his experience as a Galvanize student in WDI Cohort g70. Read Dan's first post in the series here. Back From Break I’ve just






Dec 5

To Grow Talent, Don’t Move Fast and Break Things — Move Slow and Build Them

  Credit: Facebook This post originally appeared on Medium.com and Alida's personal website and has been republished with permission from its author, Alida Miranda-Wolff, Director of Platform, Hyde Park Angels as a Galvanize Guest Post. Please check out Alida's other






Nov 30

Why “Inbox Zero” isn’t all it’s cracked up to be…

In the last few years everyone has become obsessed with the concept of Inbox Zero. Inbox Zero is exactly what it sounds like, to have zero emails in your inbox. As if somehow seeing the






Nov 16

Galvanize and Lenda Team Up to Build a Cool New Product – Databraid!

As an instructor for the Web Development Immersive here at Galvanize in San Francisco, I'm always on the look out for opportunities for my students to stand out in the hiring market. We already have






Nov 15

Learning to Code: My Story as a Galvanize Web Dev Student, (Series) Part Three

This is a series written by former Galvanize employee Dan Beerman on his experience as a Galvanize student in WDI Cohort g70. Read Dan's first post in the series here. Getting the Routine Four weeks






Nov 1

Learning to Code: My Story as a Galvanize Web Dev Student, (Series) Part Two

This is a series written by former Galvanize employee Dan Beerman on his experience as a Galvanize student in WDI Cohort g70. Read Dan's first post in the series here. THIS. IS. NOT. COLLEGE. My Transition to






Nov 1

New York Campus to Offer Nights and Weekends for Data Science Immersive Program

Galvanize Announces Nights & Weekends Data Science Program in New York City The Galvanize curriculum is now tailored for aspiring Data Scientists and Analysts working with normal business hour commitments November 1, 2017 NEW YORK,






Oct 30

Results, Not Time Sheets – How Managers Can Make Better Teams

One of the biggest challenges faced by current business organizations is building teams and retaining the talents within while maintaining measurable results. The way employees work has changed drastically over the years. People no longer appreciate






Oct 24

TaskRabbit and the Future of the Sharing Economy

“In the early days of TaskRabbit I would talk to ANYONE that would listen to me, like anyone. It didn’t matter if it was the guy sitting next to me on the bus, or a






Oct 19

Learning to Code: My Story as a Galvanize Web Dev Student

This is a series written by former Galvanize employee Dan Beerman on his experience as a Galvanize student in WDI Cohort g70. Read the next post in the series here. Yep. This isn’t a Dream. I






Oct 17

Existing Investors Back Galvanize’s Continued Business Growth in Technology Workforce Development

Company’s Increasing Share of Enterprise Customers and Growing Consumer Sector Attracts $7 Million October 17, 2017 DENVER -- Galvanize, the learning community for technology that offers education skilling programs in key technical disciplines and entrepreneur-focused






Oct 12

Galvanize’s 5-Year Anniversary

Five years doesn’t really feel like that long ago. It was 2012. Facebook went public on the NYSE. Gagnam Style was playing (too much) on the radio . GIFs changed the way we communicate with






Oct 11

To OKR, Or Not To OKR – That Is The Question

Setting goals is easy. Understanding and tracking your progress around those goals can be a bit more of a challenge. So where do you start? Thats where OKRs come into play. OKR stands for Objective






Sep 26

Austin Startup Week 2017

After much talk and planning, Austin Startup Week is only a few short days away! Last year, we had over 2,000 visitors join us for panels, investor speed dating, and networking. We can’t wait to






Sep 6

Merging Business and Tech into AI: A Conversation with Data Science Graduate Paulo Arantes

Galvanize alumni embody the diversity of thought, background, and career of our technical community, and we are proud to bring you advice, musings, and missives straight from the minds of our graduates… Paulo Arantes completed






Aug 30

A Message from the Galvanize Founders

Dear Galvanize Community, Yesterday, we restructured and streamlined our workforce, with 37 employees -- primarily at our headquarters -- being impacted. We are very grateful for each of these employees and their contributions, both to your






Aug 8

Politics Won’t Fix It: Empowering Immigrant Entrepreneurs and Solving the Startup Visa Problem

Can we solve the Startup Visa problem with rocket science? Not likely. But a former Caltech rocket engineer just might be able to. Craig Montuori is the brains and leadership behind Global EIR,  a nonprofit






Jul 31

The B Side

Will Johnson walked away from a big time record label in New York City—and discovered he had a passion for data science. Will Johnson stumbled into the music business in his early 20s. On a






Jul 21

Galvanize Entrepreneur Impact Report: Q2, 2017

The 2nd quarter happenings in the Galvanize community included 9-figure funding rounds, industry awards, and company acquisitions. In this second ever Entrepreneur Impact Report, we outline the impact, successes, and growth of our community members.






Jul 12

The Right Move

How Erica Epperson, a single mother with three children, found her way back to coding. Erica Epperson’s life was finally starting to slow down. For the past decade or so, after going through a divorce,






Jul 6

Pitchers & Pitches Denver Recap

What happens when you put 9 startups, 3 judges, 2 kegs, and a 100+ audience members together for 2 hours? Well….lots of cheers, laughs, and suds to start. Last week Galvanize reignited its signature Pitchers






Jun 29

The Future of Entrepreneurship: An ESHIP Summit Recap

The future of entrepreneurship is bright. That is, if myself and 400 of my new friends that attended last week’s ESHIP Summit have anything to do about it. The ESHIP Summit, put on by the






Jun 27

Be Somebody

There came a time last year when piecing together gigs as a musician and freelance photographer wasn’t cutting it anymore for Tosin Awofeso. He needed something he could count on, more of a steady paycheck






Jun 27

Why We Teach Python Instead of R

“Why does the immersive program teach data science in Python instead of R?” is a frequent question from students who are considering joining our immersive program. I have a lot of experience writing both Python






Jun 26

Galvanize Career Coaches Discuss: Landing Your First Tech Job

This post originally appeared on LinkedIn.com by Mukai Matsiga, Career Services and Partner Relations Manager, Galvanize. So you're looking to land your first job in tech...Great!...And why not? The IT industry is innovative, it's sexy, and