Has Nashville’s Tech Job Market Recovered From COVID-19?
Jan 28, 2021
Probably the most common question we get from adults considering a career upgrade or change is some variation of: “How many of your graduates get jobs?” COVID-19 and the resultant blow to the economy has only heightened interest in the answer to that question. We thought it would be useful to give an update on what our graduates are actually experiencing in the current local economy. Read More

Topics: News, Community

Can Franklin Support A Plant-Based Restaurant? | Graduate Spotlight
Jan 27, 2021
Brittany Fetterhoff of Full-time Data Analytics Cohort 2, shares that she “only heard good things” before attending NSS and was happy to find that what she heard all turned out to be true. Since graduating, Brittany has been continuing to build upon her skills. She plans to take a deeper dive into Tableau and Python, and new technologies to add to her repertoire. Read More

Topics: Student Stories, Hiring?, Analytics + Data Science

Three Reasons Why A/B Testing Is A Winning Strategy For Businesses
Jan 26, 2021
Would you rather make an important business decision based on your intuition or based on data? Businesses are increasingly relying on the data to make better, informed decisions. One method they are using is A/B testing. Here are three reasons why A/B testing is a winning strategy for businesses. Read More

Topics: Learning, Analytics + Data Science, Technology Insights

Allow Yourself to Fail | Graduate Spotlight
Jan 25, 2021
After a career in customer service, Michele Rawlins of Web Development Evening Cohort 11, Michele decided it was time for a career change. As she started to explore her options to learn coding, a friend told her about NSS. Since graduating, Michele has been creating a website for a local company as well as looking for opportunities as a full stack web developer. Read More

Topics: Student Stories, Hiring?, Web Development

Pandemic Creates Opportunity For Career Change | Graduate Spotlight
Jan 20, 2021
Luke Zvada was traveling the world as a tour manager when COVID-19 hit. After successfully getting his team of 15 home from the UK in March 2020, Luke decided it was time for a career change. Now a graduate of NSS, Luke is ready to dive into a front-end or back-end position, and wants to keep learning and growing as a developer. Read More

Topics: Student Stories, Hiring?, Web Development

Perseverance Goes a Long Way | Graduate Spotlight
Jan 18, 2021
As a sports fan, Clint Nanney of Full-time Data Analytics Cohort 2 had always enjoyed sports statistics, so he started to research data analytics bootcamps in Nashville when he discovered NSS. Now a graduate, Clint is excited to start searching for his first job in data analytics and shares that he will “not be picky” with the opportunities that his new skills will open for him. Read More

Topics: Student Stories, Hiring?, Analytics + Data Science

Learning is My New Career | Graduate Spotlight
Jan 13, 2021
John Johnson was working in industrial metal manufacturing when he decided it was time for a career change. Now a graduate of NSS, John is excited to begin his search for his first job in tech as a junior developer. John enjoys the styling of front-end development, and the functionality of back-end development, but his passion is with data bases. Read More

Topics: Student Stories, Hiring?, Web Development

The Future of Farming | Graduate Spotlight
Jan 11, 2021
Katelyn Dunn was exploring web development as a career when she found it didn't quite suit her strengths. However, after discovering Nashville Software School's Data Analytics programs, she attended the Analytics Jumpstart and knew data analytics was exactly what she wanted to pair with her farming career. Read More

Topics: Student Stories, Hiring?, Analytics + Data Science

Work On Yourself & Chase Your Goals - Ronnie Young, Web Development Cohort 25
Jan 6, 2021
Ronnie Young of Web Development Cohort 25 catches us up on what he’s been learning since beginning his career in software development! Read More

Topics: Alumni, Web Development

Combating Imposter Syndrome
Jan 4, 2021
Michael Carroll, a graduate of Web Development Cohort 39 and a teaching assistant with Cohort 45, shares how he combats Imposter Syndrome as a growing web developer. Read More

Topics: Learning

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