State of Turing
A glimpse of what Turing School is currently focused on.
Our New Normal (Turing's Online Future)
Looking back on March of this year – it simultaneously feels like just a few days ago and a year ago. Since mid-March we've moved the whole Turing experience online: from interviews to classes, assessments, and even graduation. Day 1 of our remote life, way back in March 2020.During this
SoT 2003: Alumni Advice for Learning and Working from Home
We are joining the world’s largest work from home experiment and will conduct all business operations and student instruction online from March 16 - May 3. We’re making it happen with creative curriculum, consistent communication, and helpful tools like Slack, Zoom and Tuple.
Turing's Top 9 Ahead of 2019
As we near the end of the year, it felt right to take a moment to celebrate and recognize the accomplishments of the entire Turing School community this year. Thanks to the help of an amazing community of staff, students, and supporters we are proud to have made so many achievements in 2018.
State of Turing 1810: The Study of Power
October 1, 2018 is the first day of our 1810 inning. As we kickoff two new cohorts I felt that we had to acknowledge and sit with our national political discourse. Below is what I shared with our full student body this morning. It includes graphic testimony and descriptions of sexual assault.
State of Turing 1808: Rails & Wiggle
June 3, 2018 marked four years since Turing’s first students walked through the door. To celebrate, I took a 9-week sabbatical to travel, think, read, and spend time with my family. Below is my “State of Turing” talk delivered on my first day back, August 13, 2018.