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01:50 - Captain America of Tech
03:25 - Where do you work and what type of stuff do you work on?
08:03 - What was your introduction to programming?
15:46 - When did you start Vets Who Code?
24:13 - What is the stack behind Vets Who Code?
29:56 - How do you help prep vets to get jobs?
41:32 - How can you be an ally and amplify black voices in tech?
50:05 - Everybody against racismLinks
- Vets Who Code
- Quicken Loans
- Laws of UX
- General Assembly Code Bootcamps
- Tech Talent Pipeline
- Scott: Explained on Netflix
- Wes: Jeremy Fielding YouTube Channel
- Jerome: Vets Who Code
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