As a computer programming icon and the namesake of our immersive coding bootcamp for women and non-binary students, Grace Hopper is a name you’ll hear on a regular basis at Fullstack Academy.
Fullstack alum Kaitlyn Martinez walks you through the admissions assessment step by step to set you up for success.
Now that the 2020 Grace Hopper Celebration has come and gone, our instructors reflect on what they learned, which sessions they attended, and more.
Fullstack students use their in-demand programming skills to impact their communities. These student projects aim to increase voter registration and turnout.
From must-watch speakers like Megan Rapinoe and Serena Williams to networking events and more, here’s our guide to making the most of the 2020 Grace Hopper Celebration.
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Grace Hopper: the Person, Programmer, and Pioneer
How to Pass the Fullstack Academy Admissions Assessment
2020 Grace Hopper Celebration: What We Learned
4 Student Programming Projects That Make Voter Info More Accessible
Our Official Guide to the 2020 Grace Hopper Celebration