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The tech industry is alive and well in Ottawa, and Lighthouse is here to train the workforce.
We’re launching a new and improved scholarship program to help us promote diversity in the tech industry.
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Get to know the prizing-winning team for the May 2019 21-Day Coding Challenge.
Get a rundown of what happened during the May 2019 21-Day Coding Challenge.
In this video from Canada Learning Code, Vancouver Lead Instructor Nima Boscarino talks about his commitment to tech education.
Lighthouse Labs Montreal Moves To Spaces Mile End
When our Ottawa bootcamp officially launches in July, we’ll be excited to kick off our next chapter in helping Canadian career-changers find their niche in a growing tech industry.
Lighthouse Labs Vancouver hosted 30 guests for a special networking event celebrating Women in Technology
Before taking the bootcamp program at Lighthouse Labs, Rachel worked as a graphic designer in Vancouver and at a marketing agency in Hong Kong. Rachel now works in New York City, utilizing the skills she gained at bootcamp in her current role as designer and front-end developer.
Add a new tool to your skillset and get started on programming with Python with our new and free online resource.
Are you ready to plan your first learn to code event? Here's how to do it.
Nima is a full-time instructor at our Vancouver campus and has been doing some amazing work in the community both with Lighthouse Labs and our partner agency Canada Learning Code.
Quantum Mob is a Toronto development agency that started in early 2016 working out of Devhub in Toronto. They have since grown to 12 full-time employees. They were founded by Erich Reich and Eric Kim, who worked together at a previous job, and decided to go into business together.
Devhub launches in Vancouver as Devhub Toronto moves locations to King and Bathurst in the heart of Canada's largest city