On today’s HIR(ED) show, a panel discussion called “Agile Education: Are Bootcamps Iterating Fast Enough?”, featuring Will Sentance, CEO & Founder of Codesmith; RC Johnson, Director of Software Engineering for Indeed.com; Amir Savar, Founder of Skilled Inc.; and Joe Burgess, Entrepreneur in Residence at Flatiron School.
The HIR(ED) Show is presented by Skills Fund, the leading bootcamp student lender that's helped over 10,000 students get access to career-transforming education. Skills Fund hosted The HIR(ED) Summit in Austin, TX in November 2019. HIR(ED) was the bootcamp industry’s first-ever conference, convening the top coding schools in the country.
About This Episode
Today's episode is a panel discussion called “Agile Education: Are Bootcamps Iterating Fast Enough?”
The panel features:
Will Sentance, CEO & Founder of Codesmith, a software engineering and machine learning residency based in Los Angeles, New York and Oxford. Will is originally from England and now lives in New York.
RC Johnson, Director of Software Engineering for Indeed.com. RC has been managing software engineering teams for 10+ years.
Amir Savar, Founder of Skilled Inc., a community of job-seekers vetted by world class professionals. Amir has built/scaled 3 companies as the head of recruiting. 2 of these companies exited under his tenure and the third has raised over $100MM.
Joe Burgess, Entrepreneur in Residence at Flatiron School, an educational organization based in New York City that teaches software engineering, computer programming, data science, UX/UI design, and cybersecurity analytics. Joe is currently working on a new business line for Flatiron School x WeWork.
Where to learn more about these Companies:
HIR(ED) Summit 2019: https://hiredsummit.splashthat.com/
This episode of the HIR(ED) is presented by Skill FM.
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