This Thursday: Abby discusses her web development beginnings

We're excited to bring in another alumnus to share their impressions of their first day in their new career. Join us on Thursday, April 6th to hear from Abby Greenbloom, a Web Development grad from the January 2015 cohort.

After graduating in 2012 from Guelph University's International Development Studies program, Abby tried her hand at events coordination and completed a post-grad certificate in Public Administration. Since taking the Bitmaker course, she's become a Software Developer at Hubba.

“The course was really challenging, but that challenge is what makes a development career enjoyable," Abby said. "From day 1 at Bitmaker to the first day of your new work role, it’s always about problem solving.”

My First Day as a Web Developer

Thursday, April 6th @ 6:30 – 8:00PM


Specializing in front-end web development, Abby is an active member of the Bitmaker alumni community. When not developing software at Hubba, she's often found around the Bitmaker space offering help during our Front-End Web Development course and evening office hours.

Abby also co-organizes Ruby Lightning Talks Toronto, a monthly event designed to help new and intermediate developers demonstrate their skills with talks related to Ruby on Rails, JavaScript, and other web technologies.

Don’t pass up on your chance to learn from Abby’s knowledge and experience. Hear about all of the challenges and successes that have turned her into the developer she is now. Grab your ticket today!