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TrailheaDX 2021 Watch Party

2021-07-02T02:01:42+00:00July 2nd, 2021|

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.

CodeScience 2020 Holiday Magic

2021-03-15T04:44:39+00:00January 7th, 2021|

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

Bringing Bourbon Street Home: CodeScience All Hands 2020

2021-02-17T07:16:44+00:00November 6th, 2020|

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,

Geeking Out About Our Values: Focused Curiosity

2021-10-29T17:33:48+00:00October 1st, 2020|

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 —

Charting a New Course: The CodeScience Village

2021-02-17T07:45:45+00:00July 16th, 2020|

A little more than three months ago, as the early days of the COVID-19 crisis were unfolding, companies nationwide were quickly adapting to support newly remote employees, shelter-in-place orders were taking effect, schools closed, and uncertainty loomed large. One day, as she sat at a Taekwondo lesson with her son,

For Handling a Global Pandemic, It Takes a Village

2021-02-17T08:14:38+00:00March 23rd, 2020|

As full-time remote employees, CodeScientists are used to the unique demands of working from home, but when the world’s response to the COVID-19 virus called for sheltering in place and school closures, a new level of complexity entered the picture. What happens when your new coworkers are your kids?

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