What are the unexpected benefits of MigraCode beyond learning how to code? Abubaker Nazir is a MigraCode student who joined the program in July 2022. Since he’s still studying, his experience does not fall into the graduate success stories we usually write. Yet, his experience shows that the positives of MigraCode are already very much in evidence during the program.
This month we interviewed Jaime Martínez-Marí, a retired lawyer from Barcelona, who decided to become a volunteer for MigraCode.
Learn how to become a professional junior web developer through RefugeesCode. You don’t need a technical background – you just need a (super) high motivation to join.
Do you have an interest in technology, and are you interested in social projects and education? Join us at Migracode Barcelona, the first code academy for refugees and migrants in Barcelona. Make a difference for our students, volunteers and our main team by using your technological background to continue and increase our social impact in Barcelona.
An open conversation on ‘Impostor Syndrome’: Doing a coding Bootcamp without doubting yourself every day
Giving priority to students' mental health has always been an essential part of MigraCode Barcelona. we decided to have an open conversation with them about well-being and mental health, and one of the clear patterns that emerged was that many were experiencing the so-called impostor syndrome. But what is it, exactly?
Interview with Feyisewa Salami: the importance of having a community of reference as a woman in tech
Feyisewa Awotedu is a passionate Software Engineer at ThoughtWorks who recently moved to Spain from Nigeria. In her attempt to adapt to a new reality, she discovered MigraCode’s CodeWomen Barcelona, the community of women she always wished to have.