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Lighthouse Labs alumni are doing incredible things. We want to tell their stories. Jamie has been working at Bench, one of Vancouver's fastest-growing startups, while training 20 hours per week for Ironman competitions.
Lighthouse Labs alumni are doing incredible things. We want to tell their stories. Andre Soesilo has been working at Axiom Zen on Routific, which is changing the game for route planning.
Our iOS bootcamp's youngest graduate, Kai Aldag, won a scholarship to attend WWDC for an app he coded entirely in Swift. We talked to him about his experience.
We asked some of our students about their final projects and Demo Day experience. But we'll let them tell you about it.
There are many ways to learn how to code in Canada. From bootcamps and degrees to self-guided free courses, we've broken down all of the options.
To be an alumni at Lighthouse Labs means more than just knowing how to code. Michael Steele talks about our community and alumni services.
With our iOS bootcamp, we were blazing a trail as the first iOS developer bootcamp in Canada, so we weren’t sure who our students would be. I don’t think any of us could have anticipated the incredible range of backgrounds that our iOS students came in with, and the amazing careers they’ve gone on to since graduating. Just 6 months after launching, our graduates are working some of the coolest (and most diverse) jobs in development!
The HTML500 attendees are able to create some pretty cool things after one day of coding. See exactly what they are here!
Boris Mann speaks to Lighthouse Labs about learning to code and being a better developer while in a bootcamp
Kenneth Ormandy of Chloi speaks at Lighthouse Labs about efficient web type
Chris Geoghegan, Product Manager at Chimp, talks about their company culture in the latest Lighthouse Speaker Series
Lighthouse Labs awards the SFU FCAT scholarship to internet computing technologies student Yan Hong
Ian MacKinnon speaks at Lighthouse Labs about what it takes to be an iOS developer