After two weeks of in-class prep, and months of pre-work, the start of my Sabio web developer training is this week. While I am nervous, I’m more excited, and in conversations with my fellow Sabio Fellows and professional developer friends, there are a few key things that you should keep… more
If I’ve learned anything about coding the past few weeks it’s that you have to make some very real mental adjustments to the way you approach learning. As a lifelong overachiever and typical “Type A” personality, I’m used to being able to learn new things pretty easily and with minimal… more
Recently I was chatting with someone about my experience learning to code and they asked me a point-blank question I think lots of us often wonder but never say out loud: “Is it hard?”
I thought it was a good question, because I think we often make the assumption that… more
Carlos Cueto created Textter after watching his two teenaged daughters texting. They text constantly, he said, and so are constantly frustrated by having to wait until their friends respond to their texts. With Textter he found a way to address this issue: instead of watching as texts are being composed,… more
Carlos Villaseñor is a man with a vision. And when it comes to BioVideo — the company he founded in Monterrey, Mexico and then subsequently moved to San Antonio, Texas — that vision is one of growth.
Already the company is growing. Whether you count the number of hospitals in… more
We created Más Wired to show the incredible contributions Latinos are making in the digital space. As the largest growing demographic in the U.S., Latinos are more than just a market and are making important contributions in technology.
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Girls Inc. of San Antonio is a non-profit with the aim to: “Inspire all girls to be strong, smart, and bold.” We spoke with Amber Marcil, Special Events & Communication… more
Heavy Heavy is a diverse, minority-owned studio that understands the commitment and risk it takes to become an entrepreneur, and what startups can do for the community.
The San Marcos meetup will be an opportunity for entrepreneurs in San Antonio and Austin to come together. Let's build a regional network!
Girls Inc. of San Antonio is set to promote coding for girls in town during the month of September.
Technology is taking the center stage at the National Council of La Raza's annual conference this year. NCLR has created an entire STEM track that is set to include a keynote from Facebook’s COO Sheryl Sandberg, a panel with Twitter and Google experts and a "Shark Tank" pitch session.
If you want to learn to code, there are a few key things that you should keep in mind, no matter what your level or what your goals are.
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