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Announcing the DevLeague Diversity Scholarship

DevLeague tuition scholarship program for women, people of color, and LGBTQ+ individuals in the technology industry.

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Hacking Valve: Using Bug Bounties as an Educational Tool

How we used crowd sourced "bug bounty" programs for final the project in our Cyber Security program

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DevLeague is approved for the GI BillĀ®!

May 05, 2018

This entitles Veterans, their family members and eligible service members to use their GI BillĀ® Education Benefits to learn new technical skills through our full-time Javascript Web Engineer course.

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Tech Bootcamp VS Online Resources

April 17, 2018

You might say that choosing to learn via online resources is obvious. Many online resources are free so, WTF am I thinking? Well, I'll tell you...

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Tech Bootcamp VS College

April 11, 2018

A serious investigation into traditional education options. I promise mom, I really tried... Read if your deliberating between going to a bootcamp and going back to college.

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Building A Legend: An introduction

April 02, 2018

Follow me as I go through the JavaScript Web Engineer Prep Course and Bootcamp. I'll be writing about my experience every step of the way. But first... Allow me to introduce myself.

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We're attending the AT&T Hackathon, and so should you

February 23, 2018

Join us at the Entertainment and IoT themed Hackathon 3/9 - 3/10, produced by the AT&T Developer Program.

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DevLeague recognized at the 2018 State of the State

January 25, 2018

Video & more: Gov. Ige recognizes DevLeague for bringing cybersecurity and software programming classes in local schools

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Community and Creativity Shine in HACC 2017

September 24, 2017

And that's a wrap! Check out our summary of the awesome winning teams from HACC 2017!

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Writing A Review That "Pays-It-Forward"

July 21, 2017

A guest post written by Mary Bergeron of SwitchUp on writing reviews.

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I Ran My First Hackathon, and So Can You!

March 29, 2017

I Ran My First Hackathon, and So Can You! Here are the lessons I learned from planning, organizing, and executing my first hackathon.

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Stupid Hackathon and Terrible Ideas No One In Hawaii Needs

November 30, 2016

Stupid Hackathon and Terrible Ideas No One In Hawaii Needs - Come and build something we will all regret!

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