Are you looking for a job in software development or wanting to transition? Do you want to build your network and connect with others in tech? Join us at Flatiron Seattle for an evening of networking and an informative discussion with current software engineers from Jobscan and Flatiron School.
How did you get into software development? How did you know you wanted to move on from your previous role? How are you still learning? There will be time for each speaker to share about how they got ahead in their careers as well as a Q&A discussion.
Aaron Katz, Full Stack Engineer
Aaron is a developer involved in all aspects of Jobscan from user interface to backend data management. He is a bootcamp graduate and has gone on to teach web development at UW Continuing Education. He has previously worked at Boeing, Microsoft, WideOrbit, and Praxis Resources. Prior to working as a developer, Aaron was a special education teacher in Los Angeles Unified School District.
Josue Ibarra, Full Stack Engineer
Josue Alexander is a software engineer from San Diego, California where he attended a community college and trade school. Before joining Jobscan, he was co-founder of Evimed.care a medical tourism startup, software engineer at Underground Elephant, SMB digital consultant designing and developing retail solutions. In Mexico he mentored and participated in multiple Startup Weekends and was a rapid application development professor at CESUN Universidad.
Soundarya Rajendran, Lead Instructor, Software Engineer
Soundarya is a lead instructor of the Software Engineering Program at Flatiron School. Previously worked as a software engineer at Microsoft on the Xbox Team.
What to expect:
Conversations, light dinner and happy hour drinks
5:30: Doors Open. Flatiron School Campus Tours available
6:00 - 6:15: Welcome / Light Dinner
6:15 - 7:15: Panel
7:15 - 8:00pm: Questions/ Networking
Please join us on the 13th floor when you arrive any time between 5:30-8:00 PM!
We look forward to you seeing you
What is Flatiron School?
We’re a global school with immersive on-campus and online programs that train passionate people to excel in rewarding, future-proof careers in software engineering.
What is Jobscan?
Jobscan's mission is to give power to job seekers by building the best tools. Born out of co-founder James Hu's own frustration with job hunting back in 2013, Jobscan was established to help job seekers successfully navigate the powerful systems used by companies to manage and filter out applicants. Jobscan is arming job seekers with a slate of tools that optimize resumes, cover letters, and LinkedIn profiles so they can take the power back into their own hands.