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16 posts tagged with "education"

Here's to the generalists

In the midst of a society that needs to label and fit stuff into mental boxes, only over time, I have grown comfortable with my generalist nature. Here is some love and encouragement to all the generalists out there.

Published on March 11, 2020

What Gamestry Is About

Gaming has matured and has become mainstream. However, it still lacks a dedicated platform to discover, watch, learn, and talk about video games. The current solutions for both gamers and creators remain subpar. At Gamestry we are ready to seize this opportunity.

Published on February 15, 2020

Just JavaScript

Besides being an amazing program, Dan's take on JavaScript is also a masterpiece from an educational standpoint. It ultimately represents what education should be all about: generating new ideas, challenging the mind, and helping you acquire novel points of view.

Published on February 03, 2020

Today I Learned

Inspired by r/todayilearned, I embarked on a micro-project to share a daily Tweet with the hashtag #TIL about something insightful I have learned that day.

Published on August 11, 2019

Udacity React Developer Nanodegree

A review of the Udacity React Developer Nanodegree, from a product manager (and developer aficionado) perspective.

Published on August 09, 2018

Months And Terms

Why I stuck with the DAND's monthly structure rather than switching to the updated term-based model.

Published on May 16, 2018

Udacity Data Analyst Nanodegree

A review of the Udacity Data Analyst Nanodegree, from a Product Manager's perspective.

Published on February 04, 2018

Curiosity Trumps Everything

At some point, any hard skill will inevitably become a commodity. The ability to adapt, retool and learn new things will become the keys to master your own professional fate.

Published on November 27, 2017

Building Our Community

We care about our community to an extent other people would think we are insane. It has become a fundamental piece of our student experience and the key to having the best product.

Published on July 01, 2017


Passion, craft, and enthusiasm are the required ingredients in order to build great things. The best way to nurture this mindset is to have these enthusiastic students sharing the same room.

Published on February 19, 2017

The Designer I Wanted To Be

Despite having been pulled away from explicit design roles as my day job, I have always embraced design principles when making a product or a business decision.

Published on July 03, 2016

What If I Had Skipped College?

College incentives are completely misaligned because its success is not properly linked to student outcomes anymore. Rather, it has become a social apparatus to which students go because they just feel that they have to.

Published on June 26, 2016

The Ironhack Experience

This Saturday I will be enrolling the Ironhack Web Development program, and why everybody in a managing position, technical or not, should join, too.

Published on March 30, 2016

The Rise Of The Hybrid Profile

Chances are that sooner or later you'll need to deal with code or with someone who codes. The parallelism seems inevitable, learning how to program in the near future can be compared to studying English today.

Published on February 07, 2016

We/Code Barcelona

In its first edition, the We/Code has already become the largest coding festival in Europe, where we aimed to teach how to code a simple web app to more than 200 people, in just one day.

Published on October 22, 2015

The Industrial Engineer

After my college years, these are some thoughts on the history and value of an Industrial Engineering degree.

Published on August 31, 2013