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Our grads share their experience with Skill Distillery:
I made my first git commit just one year ago, marking the start of a dramatic change in my career path. It was really tough and there were many times I didn't think I would cut it as a developer, but with the help of my great instructors and colleagues, one year later I'm working in a cool industry on a cool project, and I'm stoked about what the future brings!
Connect First, Inc.
I got hired by Google as a software engineer after attending this bootcamp. Sure, I had to do some extra self-study to pass the interviews, but this school is the reason I was familiar enough with Java fundamentals to even get past the phone screen. Even after six months at the big G, my day-to-day work is still chock full of concepts that I learned at this school. In short, I cannot recommend Skill Distillery highly enough. Their curriculum is highly relevant to the industry. I could not have done it without them.
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