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Ryan Mouser
Ryan Mouser
Treehouse Staff

Networking Thursday - February 25th ā€“ Connect with other Treehouse Students!

Networking Thursday

Hey Treehouse Students!

Welcome back to another Networking Thursday!

šŸ’¬ How to participate:

  1. Answer the icebreaker activity ā€“ How are you remotely staying connected and networking at this time (besides Networking Thursday and LinkedIn)?
  2. Share your LinkedIn profile URL for other students to connect with you.
  3. Share links and/or screenshots of the projects you've been working on.
  4. Share your interests, hobbies, etc!
  5. 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! šŸ’¬

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! šŸ˜€

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!

Treehouse Guest Speaker Series

Interested in how to get a high-paying job in tech?

You won't want to miss this opportunity on March 11th at 12PM PDT! Spend an hour with a Tech Recruiter to learn how to stand out in the job search.

šŸŽŸ How to register:

Treehouse Founder and CEO, Ryan Carson, will facilitate a conversation with Karina Macias Sandoval, who leads Recruiting and Talent Operations at Nova Credit.

Ryan and Karina will discuss practical tips for folks looking to stand out to recruiters and land a job in tech. The interview will end with an audience question and answer portion followed by a networking hour for attendees.

There will be time for audience Q&A, so please come with some questions for Karina 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.

We hope to see you there! šŸ„³šŸŽ‰

3 Answers

Jonathan Tucker
Jonathan Tucker
Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Student 12,466 Points

I'm staying connected and networking by creating a blog, however, with working full-time and studying FSJS I've found it challenging to update it frequently. I plan to make an effort to sign-up for online meet-ups, so please let me know if you're aware of any meet-ups geared to coding newbies.

Hello everyone. I'm Jonathan, and I'm a FSJS TD student. I initially started as FEWD TD in November 2020, but decided to pivot this year to take on the the challenge of learning JS.

Feel free to connect with me on LinkedIn or Twitter.

Here's a link to my profile I created. I'll admit that I haven't updated recently because I've been to busy learning JS.

I'm passionate about American football and the NFL. My favorite team is the Dallas Cowboys. I love all things data analytics.

I have recently started blog to record my journey of pivoting to a developer career. You can go here to view it.

Josh Seltzer
Josh Seltzer
Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Student 10,810 Points

Hi all. Having a blast with the React Unit on the FullStack JavaScript techdegree. Per my bio, I'm a finance guy, happy in my career, and looking to do programming on the side as my hobby. Just like Jonathan Tucker, I work full-time, and have dabbled with coding before.

I've tried learning GoLang and Python on my own, and done a few other small things, but TeamTreeHouse keeps me honest and incentivized. I'm not going to stop paying for this until it's done, and if I'm not doing it, it's burning a $$$ hole in my wallet every month. :)

I'm always open to connecting with you guys on LinkedIn.

I recently changed up my website from being a GitHub Pages to Heroku back-end, but I am seeing some problems with that, and it was more for fun than for the actual need of the use case. So, I'll post my personal page next time once that's rectified somehow.

'nuff talk, pitter patter..let's get at 'er. :)

Sarah Amechazurra
Sarah Amechazurra
569 Points

So I've been watching the IG stories of successful females in STEM talk about networking via Instagram and getting job offers from networking on the platform. I just recently reached out to a SWE at Google and introduced myself and emphasized that working at Google is my dream job. I've been networking through Instagram. I also have a friend that offered to send her my resume to work at her company through instagram. I find that networking through instagram to be an excellent option other than Networking Thursdays and Linkedin. 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.Ā  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.