Stories from the Front-End program at Turing.
A Turing front-end all-star shares his experience.
The creators of ChessPedition say it is so much more than "just another chess app".
BookWorm combines gamification and playfulness with the common task of a reading log.
How long is a day on Mars? How much would your bike weigh on Jupiter? With Planet Party, kids get answers to burning questions about space (spoiler alert: no, a horse cannot survive on Mercury).
We chatted with Alex Robinson, Director of Back-End Engineering, and Will Mitchell, Director of Front-End Engineering, to find out.
Backcountry Buddy is a mobile-first PWA designed for mobile use in low-service areas.
A deep dive into the history of Front-End programming and more info about how Turing's Front-End curriculum prepares students for fulfilling careers.
After COVID dissolved her previous job, Tashia took a step back and decided to dive into the world of coding.
How a Turing alumni used her skills from her previous career paired with what she learned at Turing to find her dream job.
A recent grad of the front-end program shares his journey at the Turing School across 7 months.
In the ever evolving world of software development, there will always be unknowns and problems to be solved and it’s part of what Turing School alumni love about their jobs.
Amanda wanted to leave her job in the fashion industry, but didn't know what her options were until she connected with a friend who told her about Turing.
As a veteran, Cole Hart was able to finance his education at Turing using his GI Bill benefits.