Analytics + Data Science Launch Data Visualization Competition
Dec 30, 2020
Last month we launched a data visualization competition for all of our current Analytics + Data Science students and data Seekers. The competition encourages students and Seekers to practice their coding skills, learn more about visualization tools, and work on data storytelling. Read More

Topics: Learning, Analytics + Data Science

Looking Forward To 2021
Dec 28, 2020
While 2020 was a year like no other, it’s time to look ahead to all the exciting things in store for NSS, our students, and Seekers in the new year! Read More

Topics: News

The Key To A Successful Team | Dave Harms, Web Development Cohort 14
Dec 22, 2020
We’re catching up with some of our alumni and sharing their advice for our students and recent graduates. This week we caught up with Dave Harms of Web Development Cohort 14. Read about what Dave has been up to and his experiences in what makes up a successful team in our latest blog post! Read More

Topics: Alumni

2020 Year In Review: Milestones at NSS
Dec 21, 2020
While we all anticipate 2021 with bated breath, we don’t want to forget the many firsts and major milestones that 2020 brought along for NSS. Join us in reflecting on all the good that came out of 2020! Read More

Topics: News

GI BillⓇ - New Admissions Restrictions Delayed
Dec 17, 2020
Great news! The changes to the VA's 85/15 rule were just delayed and are now scheduled to go into effect on July 1, 2021. That means we're opening our bootcamps starting January through June 2021 back up to GI BillⓇ applicants. We are still pursuing a waiver to the new 85/15 rule with the VA, but this delay gives us more time to not only pursue that waiver but explore other ways to help veterans in Middle Tennessee. Read More

Topics: News

Year-end Update on COVID-19 and NSS's Plans To Return To In-person Classes
Dec 17, 2020
NSS will continue to be completely online and remote through at least the end of June 2021. We still believe July is an optimistic date for bringing classes back into the classroom full-time but it doesn’t feel completely unrealistic. Read More

Topics: News

Learning with SPICE
Dec 17, 2020
After carefully crafting a learning environment for his students, NSS Web Development Instructor Steve Brownlee’s plans for his classroom changed when we had to make the shift to remote learning in 2020. Since then, Steve found that “a flipped learning experience and remote learning are a match made in heaven.” Learn more about the 5 principles Steve uses while crafting a learning experience for his students. Read More

Topics: Learning, Web Development

Keep Your Network Strong - Raf Cevallos, Web Development Cohort 25
Dec 16, 2020
We’re catching up with some of our alumni and sharing their advice for our students and recent graduates. This week we caught up with software engineer and Cohort 25 alumnus, Raf Cevallos! Read More

Topics: Alumni, Web Development

Analyzing Nashville’s Coronavirus Data
Data generated from the COVID-19 pandemic has captured our collective attention for most of this year, and in November two of our classes – Data Science Cohort 4 (DS4) and Data Analytics Cohort 3 (DA3) – worked on separate projects to answer several pandemic related questions. Read about their findings and see how both cohorts practiced their visualization skills while working on timely data questions. Read More

Topics: Learning, Analytics + Data Science

The Grass Is Greener | Graduate Spotlight
Dec 14, 2020
After a career in music, David Larsen of Web Development Cohort 41 took a more reliable job in IT support that rekindled his interest in web development when he was introduced to Nashville Software School. Since graduating, David has accepted a job at SAGE Health Systems Inc. as a Junior Software Developer. Read More

Topics: Student Stories, Web Development

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