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2021 October-November News

1. Open House was a Big Success!

Thanks to everyone who joined our Open House either in person at our wcoding campus or online! The event was a big success with more than 30 people joining on/offline. We got to meet new friends from all over the world, and we were also glad to connect with more tech enthusiasts through this opportunity.

During the event, our co-founders and instructors gave a thorough introduction of our dev courses, and we invited some of our graduates to talk about their experiences in the bootcamp and share with us how is it like to work as a developer and entrepreneur in the startup ecosystem. After the talks, we had a great networking event, where everyone enjoyed pizza🍕, beer🍻, and most importantly made new friends 🙌!

We hope you all had a great time at wcoding, and got to know more about us! We look forward to seeing you guys next time~😎

2. Find wcoding at 2021 Job Fair for International Students

wcoding just attended the 2021 Job Fair for International Students at SETEC this week! ✨⁣⁣⁣⁣

It was a great opportunity to meet all the participants, especially some of the really talented applicants and potential developers! 🚀⁣⁣⁣⁣

We look forward to joining more events like this, reaching out to more people for coding education, helping students launch their careers into IT, playing a pivotal role in the IT startup ecosystem. 💻🌏⁣⁣

👉 Click to watch the full video from Job Fair!

3. Fullstack Intensive Batch 13 Demo Day

🚩 Demo day provided a great opportunity for students to demonstrate the critical skills they acquired to potential hiring partners and received feedback from experienced developers. 

Last week, with wcoding’s founders, and the development team participating, the 2021 Summer cohort performed their very first group project, ‘Sportify,’ on the Demo Day. Sportify is a web application that allows users to organize sports events easily online. The team explained the technologies that were applied to their projects, the roles each team member played, and they introduced the functions they built from scratch. 🔧

The graduation ceremony was held at the campus after the presentation. We look forward to these new developers’ growth in the future! Keep coding on! 💪

4. Congratulations! Python Nights for Beginners Batch 13

After 8 weeks of effort, we are excited to celebrate the graduation of Python Nights for Beginner Batch 13! Eight brave students have successfully completed the beginner course and are ready to receive bigger challenges in coding. We hope what students have learned can be helpful in their daily life, work, and career!👨‍💻  Well done and congratulations! 👏👏 

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