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I get it. The idea of starting a new job can certainly be scary.
I have been working in the staffing industry for most of my professional career, and this potentially daunting experience is something that I discuss with both my active & passive candidates on a regular basis. Couple that with the fact that my family moved around frequently while I was growing up, and I have built up quite an informed perspective (if I do say so myself) of what the move should be when you walk through the doors on your first day. If you will, we can call it “Graydon’s Guide to Being the New Guy.” This tried and true guide has three critical components: Listen first, be yourself, and don’t jump to conclusions.
The world of coding camps has been expanding, especially in this booming market where everyone in San Francisco is looking to hire a Software Engineer. Coding Camps are a great way to get a foot in the door and not only learn about software development, but to also expand a skill set. In my previous blogs for Jobspring I spoke on the benefits of enrolling in coding academies and how they can benefit a tech career. Today, I am looking into the bootcamp experience on a personal level. I represent many candidates who went to coding camps and they all possess similar qualities; they’re passionate about development, eager to learn more and excited to pursue new opportunities. I helped Brian Kang who went to a coding academy called Hack Reactor in finding a new role about a year ago. I wanted to get his insight on his overall experience and where he is at today. Here is what he had to say: