Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month (AAPI Heritage Month) is an annual celebration that recognizes the historical and cultural contributions of individuals and groups of Asian and Pacific Islander descent to the United States. The AAPI umbrella term includes cultures from the entire Asian continent—including East, Southeast and
At every quarterly town hall meeting, CodeScience leadership always opens with our company priorities. “Our People” is #1 on the list. We have numerous ways we celebrate our CodeScientists - Legends of the Moment, awards at our All Hands events, anniversary milestones, weddings, babies, certification achievements, and the list
March 1st kicks off the 41st year that the U.S. has celebrated Women’s History Month. This month recognizes and celebrates the achievements and contributions women have made and continue to make throughout the course of American history. Additionally, Tuesday, March 8th is marked as International Women’s Day, when women
Have you ever wanted to know the inside scoop of a recruiter’s job? New to the recruiting role myself, my favorite part of the recruiting process is talking to candidates and learning what they are passionate about and excited to do next in their career. I love meeting prospective
I was recently given the opportunity to co-host and moderate a virtual watch party for TrailheaDX 2021. I should stop there and tell you that I am not a technical person. At all. Hard stop. So, the actual TrailheaDX sessions are not really what this blog post is about.
Last week we launched a brand new podcast series titled “Innovation in the Enterprise,” hosted by CodeScience CEO, Brian Walsh. In each monthly episode, Brian speaks with visionary business leaders about what it takes to drive change and transformation within the enterprise. Listen to Episodes 1 & 2 now!
To say 2020 was full of unusual challenges is an understatement. From sheltering in place for months to adapting to virtual for a lot of our annual traditions, unexpected pivoting was the theme of this year. As Cathie covered in our Bringing Bourbon Street Home All Hands recap, we are used
As a fully remote company, CodeScience hosts an All Hands event once a year. We bring all of our CodeScientists together in one city to build strong(er) relationships, foster even more cohesive teams, and have a lot of fun. In the past, we have taken over cities like Atlanta,
If you haven’t had a chance to catch the first post in my series on CodeScience Values we hold near and dear, I suggest you take a minute and learn a little more about what makes our company culture so special. A challenge every recruiter — and company —
Here at CodeScience we take our work pretty seriously. We love what we do, and I have to say, we’re pretty good at it. We also like to say that we hire adults and then we treat them as such. And it’s true. We are a group of people