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Meet Our Expert: Nick Anderson, UX Design & Web Development Immersive Instructor, GA Denver

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What do you love about UX design and web development?


GA instructor Nick Anderson says, “The community here at GA Denver is incredible. It’s not unlikely to see two or three grads hanging out in the lounge, coming to happy hours, or collaborating over the weekend on side projects. I wish I could say this was our doing, but the alumni and current students generally coordinate it themselves. I think it really says something that the students continue to work together after graduation.”

Companies Hiring Our Graduates

Check out some of the companies that have hired Web Development Immersive graduates from our Denver campus. Our all-star career coaches support Immersive students in their job search, whether they're upskilling or just breaking into the coding industry.

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How to Fail as a Web Developer


As a web developer, you’re going to fail — often, and sometimes in huge ways — whether you’re a newbie or a veteran. But messing up doesn’t have to be stressful. In fact, when it does happen, staying calm is key because panic can cloud your judgement and force you to make rash decisions. GA instructor Matt Huntington walks through how to shift from panic to zen the next time something goes wrong.

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Mindfulness for Web Developers


All developers face a lot of pressure. There are constant demands from clients, teammates, and managers, plus the expectation to be reachable 24/7, which digs into time for the work itself. This can lead to stress, unhealthy habits, and emotional burnout, which all keep you from reaching your potential on the job. GA Senior Director of Product Operations Karey Kyle shares mindfulness strategies to make work less stressful.