When a website is not designed to be accessible to users with disabilities, may that be a sign of additional trouble? The case of Vemo Education is an example of that being true.
Phase 5 is a start-up within a start-up, and I gave it its first job to do. Now it’s your turn to critique the work.
Want a job? You may want to use the services of a company that finds jobs matching your profile, to make your search more efficient. I’m trying that, too, but the results are amazingly clumsy. Like showing me a baby-sitter job when I ask to see technology jobs!
I claim to be studying software development in an “unbootcamp”, but the world isn’t buying that. It classifies Learners Guild as yet another bootcamp in a precarious industry. The Guild is taking a beating on bootcamp review sites. Is it failing to manage its reputation, or is it thinking long-term and insisting that its reputation must be earned?
There is an unusual software development school in Oakland, where unusual people learn. I have just experienced a week there. I’ll tell you about it.
A configuration that works for one DSL modem in one service and one installation setting.