I’ve spent my career testing software written by other people. They were they and I was I. It didn’t make much sense to learn coding since others nearby were well paid to provide me with that service. Over time I learned quite a bit about various helpful languages such as perl and VB, which I used for things such as generating Excel sheets with performance data or pretty graphs in dot showing flows or dependencies, so I’m not unfamiliar with code, even somewhat complex object oriented code. But it’s never been important to read and understand production code.
Please join Bronx Borough President, Ruben Diaz Jr, as we come together at Hostos Community College to build on some of the most promising developments in the Bronx's tech eco-system.
Network with some of the innovators bringing business opportunities and dollars to the Bronx, hear about and contribute to strategies that Government, Enterprise, and Communities can pursue to speed the progress we all want.
Hope to see you there! Register here