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Frida Chacin Kulak - 2022-08-17
Remote work is here to stay: after being forced to work from home in 2020, it seems we’ve sort of realized it’s actually fine to skip the commute and join the company meeting from the comfort of your sofa. Or is it? While remote work certainly sounds easy and laid-back, it’s not just about remembering to unmute yourself on the Zoom call: remote brings its own challenges, and if you’re aiming to get hired for a remote or hybrid role, you have to get comfortable with it, and show you’re capable of giving your best in an online environment and aligning with the company and with your coworkers.
Frida Chacin Kulak - 2022-08-05
Have you been thinking about switching careers? You wouldn’t be the first: about half of the workforce is considering a job change, and 20% have already taken the leap in 2022, joining professional fields with growing demand, such as Tech. They call it the Great Reshuffle for a reason: even in the most unpredictable of times, workers have raised their standards and aren’t afraid to go for it, because pivoting careers might not be as difficult as you think.
Frida Chacin Kulak - 2022-07-28
The Ironhack community includes everyone who enrolls in our bootcamps, as well as everyone who has already graduated from them– our Ironhack alumni! It also includes our awesome teachers and TAs (because what’s a school without teachers?), our on-campus staff and, of course, Team Ironhack! (Like the people writing this article… hi there!)
Ellen Merryweather - 2022-11-16
If you're thinking of starting your new life as a Digital Nomad, we've made a new book for you! In partnership with Tropicfeel (the experts in gearing up for adventure), we're excited to bring you...
Ironhack - 2021-03-24
No matter how long you’ve been working as a developer, there will always be someone to compare yourself to. With the world of coding and front to back-end development being so broad and varied, it’s no wonder that people end up with different sets of skills. As important as it is to have practical coding skills across a range of libraries, it’s also super important to know how to face challenges and adapt. It can be scary to start out as a junior developer, but don’t let that stop you. Sometimes a good challenge leads to excitement and makes for an interesting career!
Ironhack - 2021-03-24
There are many different applications and uses for the Python programming language - web development, gaming, software development, AI, machine learning, and language development to name a few. The top 3 uses, however, are web development (including app-building), data science, and scripting.
Ironhack - 2021-03-24
Cybersecurity is a growing area, and in the current climate, it is more important than ever before. Companies need to have an appropriate IT system in place that is protected against cyber attacks or threats, regardless of the industry they are in, so it is not only financial institutions and banks that require cybersecurity teams nowadays. Almost every organization and e-commerce company around the world that either has an online presence or works off a shared database or system will need effective measures in place to keep internal data and information safe and secure.
Ironhack - 2021-03-09
Jean-Baptiste Gallot was born and raised in Paris and even though he studied in Barcelona for two years, he is back in his city. After studying business, he worked in sales within the digital advertising field with clients such as Le Monde. He grew in the company and ended up as a Sales Director for online ads, but he felt he needed a change.
Ironhack - 2021-03-01
Alberto is from Alcobendas, Madrid. He is 39 years old and his story is full of coincidences, hard work and curiosity.
Ironhack - 2021-02-23
What are the odds of being a Black person in tech? According to an article published in the LA times “The percentage of Black employees at major tech companies remains low: 2.9% at Salesforce, 3.8% at Facebook, 4.4% at Slack, 4.5% at Microsoft, and 6% at Twitter.” Looking at the facts it seems that Being Black in Tech is not as common as one may think. Take a moment to think about all the black men and women you know in tech. How many leaders, CEO’s, VC’s can you think of? In the same LA Times article “Fewer than 1% of startup founders who receive venture funding are Black. And with few Black investors sitting on their boards, the percentage of Black top executives at major tech companies is even lower.”