Jason graduated from Bates College with a BA in Politics. Passionate about fitness, health and brunch, he also realized he had a great passion for web development. Eager to switch into a career involving hands-on building, creating and problem-solving, Jason enrolled into General Assembly's Web Development Immersive. He then launched his career as a freelance full stack developer before transitioning back to General Assembly to instruct web development full-time, in hopes of inspiring others to make the same leap into development.
Jason is now working as a software engineer for Innovation Accelerator, a local startup here in Boston. In his free time he still teaches part-time and remains an active member of the General Assembly team.
Web Development Immersive
12-weeks. All day, every day. Learn the skills to become an entry-level web developer and the resources to get a job in this intensive program.
Web Development: Let's Break it Down
Intro to the Boston Web Development Community
Get the the inside scoop on key events/meetups to attend, people, companies, VCs, blogs, incubators, programs, hot issues, and more.
Tech and Diversity
Diversity in tech: we're all talking about it, but what are we actually doing about it?
TechGen Spring Fling
Join TechGen for its first event of the semester, aimed at preparing you for your summer internship and sitting you in front of local startups.
Break Into Coding
Join us for a talk where you'll learn how to get started in coding!
Cafe Night@ District Hall | Web Development: Let's Break it Down
Learn the basics of Web Development and where to get started with General Assembly at this months Cafe Night @ District Hall.