Adrienne Dreyfus started her engineering career at LinkedIn before moving to Fitbit to work on health and fitness trackers. She decided to take a break from corporate tech to accept a nine-month fellowship at Code for America, a nonprofit dedicated to making online government services simple and easy to use. After spending those months working with the city of Anchorage to develop a website for the public workforce system, she decided to take some time to work as a freelancer on her own projects.
She graduated with degrees in Computer Science and Cognitive & Brain Sciences from Tufts University and has consequently enjoyed working in the intersection of computers and people by teaching about programming. While in college she was a teacher's assistant for three different courses and after graduating she spent time volunteering at coding boot camps to encourage more women to get involved in software development. She later volunteered to co-teach a year-long AP Computer Science Principles course at a high school in San Francisco. Despite all this teaching experience she still hasn't managed to teach her dog, Rocky Balboa, how to sit but loves him anyway.
Intro to Coding: HTML & CSS
In this hands-on introductory workshop, we’ll learn about the web development community and how the web works.
Front-End Web Development