Ryan MouserTreehouse Staff
Networking Thursday - April 15th – Connect with other Treehouse Students!
Hey Treehouse Students!
Welcome back to another Networking Thursday, where you can make connections with other Treehouse Students!
Scroll down to learn about our LIVE networking session happening TODAY – April 15th! Connect one-on-one with students following our How to Prepare for the Technical Interview event! Live Networking is from 1PM - 2PM PDT!
💬 How to participate:
- Answer the icebreaker activity – What's the best thing about coding? ✨
- Share your LinkedIn profile URL for other students to connect to
- Share links and/or screenshots of the projects you've been working on
- Share your interests, hobbies, etc!
- Chat with other students here by responding to their posts!
Make those connections, support each other, leave some endorsements/recommendations on other student's LinkedIn profiles, lend a helping hand to folx in search of work in tech, and give some positive feedback on fellow student's projects. We're all on this learning journey together!
I'll kick things off! 💬
I'm Ryan Mouser, the Content & Community Marketing Specialist here at Treehouse. My pronouns are he/him. I was 15 years old when I started learning to code in PHP for a popular text-based MMORPG game. I've been with Treehouse for over 2 years now and have had the amazing opportunity to wear many different hats. I've been learning with Treehouse since 2015 (you can check out my previous profile here).
Currently, I'm working alongside our world-class team on some exciting opportunities to bring the Treehouse Community closer together. Stay tuned! 😀
Outside of Treehouse, I have the joy of living life with my incredible wife, our 3 awesome kids, and our 2 cat furbabies. We love to make music, garden, cook, play games, and watch fun TV.
You can connect with me on LinkedIn here. Looking forward to connecting with y'all!
Hoping you all stay safe, healthy, and well!
Happening Today: Register for How to Prepare for the Technical Interview!
Abraham and Ryan will discuss the best ways you can prepare yourself for the job search and interview process. They'll review different forms of interviewing, how to practice, and what to include in your portfolio.
There will be time for audience Q&A, so please come with some questions for Abraham and Ryan! Following the interview, you'll get the chance to connect with other Treehouse students one-on-one using Hopin's live networking feature from 1PM to 2PM PDT.
Hope to see you there! 🥳🎉
Hi everyone, I'm michael.
Best thing about coding is the endless potential it provides. Not just through potential employment ether. It's amazing just how powerful code is. I know we stare at a lot of text all day long but I like to not forget how impactful my contribution could be given dedication and hard work. It excites me that so many people could one day be impacted by what I do behind this little keyboard ;)
I'm on LinkedIn, let's connect! I like meeting new developers and hearing about their journey.
Previous to starting the Treehouse Techdegree I started building a royalty accounting SaaS app for the music industry. It's up and running but has a ways to go, decided to get a better grasp on building APIs and things before continuing with the app.
Also, I'm always looking for collaborators who are interested in building projects for experience.
When I'm not coding I'm cycling or catching the sunshine when it's out (I live in Seattle)
Colin Bondi8,005 Points
Alexi Arturo Apanco Pozos2,128 Points
Hi, I´m Arturo Apanco.
The best part of the coding is the incredible ability that the code gives you to turn your designs into functional reality and to be able to see how the result is something as satisfactory as you had planned or better.
This is my LinkedIn profile and these are three sites that I have developed:
In addition to studying at TreeHouse I am an Art Director at Numan Digital, I have designed some sites visually and functionally, but I felt that my knowledge was very poor and that I needed this update. When I'm not doing web design, I like to cook and grill🥩. I live in Cuautitlan Izcalli in Mexico.
I am Daniel. I am a Senior Software Developer at a Company in Denmark where I work in a "core" team that develops central systems, automation of internal workflows with Powershell, central component that is shared(Made in .NET/C#) between departments, build systems, Azure component development, automated deployment(CI/CD), Research of new Technology and Arkitektur. In other words; we are nerds that love learning new technology, write a lot and push the limits. That also means we work too many hours...
I don't have anything fancy to show as everything is in the back, which is one of the reasons I have signed up for a JS full-stack tech degree. I wish to be able to work on projects that also have some sort of visual layer and the company I work for just decided to use React. I didn't have much time to study the last few months, but next week is time to pushing.
I love meeting new people, and especially people who wish to create new projects. I am looking into starting a private project that could either become something fun to work on or a project that could become a company. Apart from being addicted to learning... I love playing games when I need to relax or traveling with my girlfriend.
The thing I love most about coding is you can swift away into a deep concentration to solve serious issues and get a rewarding feeling
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielosterbro/ Discord: HitzSPB#2410
Looking forward to connecting with you
I'm David. I am QA automation at a Company in California where I work writing scripts for testing Salesforce environment.
This is my first month at Treehouse and I've been learning Python since then, My knowledge is pretty basic, good enough to write selenium robot framework scripts and I already learnt great stuff here.
Here is my Linkedin profile
- I love reading and playing strategy videogames
Looking forward to connecting with you all.
Erika DavisFront End Web Development Techdegree Student 2,238 Points
Greetings from sunny Florida! I'm Erika and I am on the FEWD journey. I started a little over a month ago so I don't feel like I know enough about coding to answer "what is the BEST thing about coding." I will say that I like the process and structure that is involved in coding. I am working towards changing my career from librarian to FEWD. I am pressing my way through Unit 2 of the program and currently learning CSS, and doing the 100 Days of Code challenge. I have a variety of hobbies that I enjoy besides learning new things. I enjoy running, yoga, spending time with my dog Jubilee (you can see her pretty face in my profile picture), reading (my favorite genres are Sci-Fi, Fantasy and manga), helping out at my church, playing Animal Crossing New Horizons, watching Disney movies, coloring, and building LEGO sets. This is my LinkedIn and Twitter. Nice to meet you all and thank you for sharing your stories!
I'm happy to connect with anyone on LinkedIn.
Besides code, my interests are hoops, music, and hanging with friends. Looking forward to summer to get out and enjoy the weather.
Si Ting Chang1,380 Points
I'm Laura. I am a rookie trying to learn web design. I started a month ago. I never coded before. It is very challenging and interesting to me. I am really into logical thinking when I doing those questions. And I also started making my own resume page. I finished the HTML structure and doing CSS lessons right now. I hope to make my web page impressive and attractive. I also hope to find a new positive way of my career. I really enjoy the process of coding.
I am happy to meet anyone on Linkedin
Sarah Amechazurra606 Points
The best thing about coding is the in demand set of skills I acquire as well as the problem solving skills I obtain.
I'm Sarah. I'm an academic at heart. A habitual student learning and improving my metacognition. Also, I am interested in improving my understanding of computer science. Data structures and algorithms across multiple programming languages enthralls me.
I am currently working on my first project which is building a portfolio website of all current and future projects. See my linkedin profile for more information.
I'm so thrilled to start sharing more of myself and documenting my journey with all of you.
For the longest time I've had the wrong perceptions on math. I had a math phobia. In the past I dislike math only because I had poor self image in my own abilities to master mathematics and I didn't have the motivation or support from my peers to enable me to be confident in mastering it.
Now my perception has changed. I like that doing math problems creates new neural pathways and expands cognitive capabilities in the brain.
I love the learning process and find joy in the challenge of it.
Terfa Nomhwange6,568 Points
Hi Guys. I am also new. Just started about two weeks ago. I like to say Tree house is really doing a great job at introducing first timers to coding. However, I like to know if there is a platform where students can combine all the courses they have learnt into building projects which have been outlined and structured by the Tree house staff to cover all what a particular bundle entails. For example, a full blown website containing most modern features as a crowning project for students who enrolled for a course like FULL STACK web development. This will really serve to build confidence.
kelcey kocer339 Points
Hey everyone, I am new to Treehouse since March this year and have loved learning on this site. I feel as though the information is not empty and can actually help me progress to where I want to be as a programmer rather than other learning tools. I am an aircraft engine mechanic hoping to expand my maintenance knowledge into something else such as software. I look forward to getting to know you all! www.linkedin.com/in/kelcey-kocer