Ecole 42’s coder training program started in Paris in March of 2013. For this posting, we interviewed one of the members of the first class (or “promotion” en français), who is now in his last stage of his 42 experience—the final internship. Taking the time to answer our questions, he allowed us to gauge the … Read more Student Intern at Uber, Balthazar Gronon
Editor’s note: To give folks an idea of what the day-to-day life of a typical student at 42 looks like, in this post, we describe a few of the projects that one might encounter at a computer terminal within the Soul of Code building on our Silicon Valley campus. It is true that many of … Read more Scaling the Branches of the 42 Silicon Valley Project Tree
Here Are 7 Ways to Know If you’ve ever wondered whether you were born to code or not, the good news is: You were! Coding is something that anybody can learn and – with a bit of practice – become very good at. If you’re still unsure about your abilities, here are 7 qualities that … Read more Were You Born to Code?
Some people outside of 42 may wonder what a typical daily and/or weekly schedule for the “piscine” might look like. Some have asked: what sort of commitment is expected from each participant in order to be selected into the program? The piscine is admittedly, a complicated and intricate beast. Attempting to render much (not all) … Read more The 42 Piscine: Going Off and Into the Deep End
The first round of “pisciners” for 2017 began their adventure at 42 Silicon Valley beginning to learn how to become world-class developers at our state-of-the-art coding facility. This group is the fourth round of new applicants to brave the evaluation period since the school’s opening in July of 2016. The “piscine” meaning “swimming pool” in … Read more 2017 Starts with a New Piscine
Once again colleges and universities across the country will be graduating a class of seniors students who, for the most part, will leave their hallowed halls of education financially burdened with college loans. Even worse, there will be fewer jobs waiting for them that will pay salaries decent enough to budget college-loan payments in with … Read more Money Must Not Restrict Access To One’s Education