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Elevate Your Professional Value: Learn Coding in Seattle

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Challenge yourself and change your career with a 10- to 13-week immersive learning experience.


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Enhance your professional potential. Learn in-demand skills in evening, weekend, or 1-week accelerated courses.


Meet Nathan Maas, Web Development Immersive Graduate

Nathan Maas

Coding and Company-Building


Nathan Maas needed a coding education that could deliver confidence and technical skill in a short period of time. After just 12 weeks in General Assembly’s Web Development Immersive course in Seattle, he left with a new company and staff. “I recognized how talented my classmates and teachers were and I sought out that same enthusiastic crew who supported the idea of my company, pennypost, from my class,” he says. “I asked them to join me in learning through launching a scalable product into the market. We all had the skill, drive, and confidence from our class at GA and that really propelled us forward.”

 

Learn more about how Maas recruiting his classmates for his growing startup.

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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.