This month we interviewed Jaime Martínez-Marí, a retired lawyer from Barcelona, who decided to become a volunteer for MigraCode.
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?
CodeWomen has been growing more and more to the extent we now face a small practical problem: we need bigger spaces to carry out our coding and networking sessions! If you are a company and want to promote female talent in tech, this article is of your interest.
As every 5 months, MigraCode Barcelona is organising JobVersity: The most Diverse Talent Acquisition Event in BCN! The event is open for any tech company that is looking for new tech talent. Hiring our students is cost-free and will simultaneously create a big social impact. Our students are skilled in Full Stack Web Development and Tech Support, highly motivated and ready to work.
Are you interested in applying for one of the courses offered by MigraCode but have doubts or fears that stop you? Then read this blog post! Some of our graduates have opened up and talked about what their fears were before starting their MigraCode’s bootcamp, which difficulties did they overcome, and what advice do they give to new students.
On Thursday 21st of October, Vincent van Grondelle and Marta Hormaechea will present our European MigraCode network during the Informatici Senza Frontiere festival, a large IT festival in Rovereto (Italy).
Instability in Venezuela made it impossible for Ananda to complete her computer science studies at university. This is the story of her experience at MigraCode, the free coding school for migrants and refugees in Barcelona.