Livestream AMA: Is It Too Late to Learn Coding?
25

Wednesday, 25 July

8 9 pm EDT

GA D.C. (Online)

Online Class
Livestream
FREE!
Regular Ticket

Questions? Read our FAQs

Livestream AMA: Is It Too Late to Learn Coding?

Pat DePuydt Photo


Developer/Designer, ID.me

25

Wednesday, 25 July

8 9 pm EDT

GA D.C. (Online)

Online Class
Livestream
FREE!
Regular Ticket

Questions? Read our FAQs

About This Workshop

Are you curious about what it's like to be a web developer? Join us for this one-hour livestream and get all of your questions answered!

Hear how Pat DePuydt, a DC-based self-taught developer and General Assembly instructor, got his start, what keeps him motivated, and what a day in his shoes looks like.

You can expect to learn:

  • The various career paths in the world of web development
  • Skills needed to succeed
  • What a typical day looks like as a coder
  • Recommended resources, groups and communities to join in DC
  • The ups and downs of this career

Anyone interested in learning more about web development or thinking about making a career switch is encouraged to join – and please bring your questions! You can submit questions in the form here or ask them during the livestream.

This will take place on Facebook Live on the GA DC page. Registered students will receive a reminder before the session starts.

About the Instructor

Pat DePuydt Photo

Developer/Designer,
ID.me

Pat DePuydt is a self-taught full-stack designer/developer at ID.me. He spends his days designing and building user interfaces, wondering how he can make his productivity even better, loving life with his wife and their dog Kylo, and studying military history.

He was born in New Mexico, raised in Arizona, studied Political Science in Baltimore, studied abroad in Beijing, pursued motion graphics and special effects in New York City, and now designs and codes the day away at ID.me. Yes, Pat still gets up at 4am. Sometimes 3am. Go Seahawks!

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