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Family Matters @ 42 Silicon Valley

July 18, 2019 – by Stacey Faucett

There are some students who are literally family here. Oftentimes a student will recommend 42 to a family member. We sat down with family who attend 42 together to learn more.

Meet Filemaker Alumni: Andrew Frantzich

July 17, 2019 – by Stacey Faucett

Andrew was working in a bookstore before he went through Filemaker’s internship program. Today he works as a Filemaker Developer for FBA partner Adatasol.

42 Silicon Valley Hosts 2019 AngelHack Hackathon

July 10, 2019 – by Stacey Faucett

On Saturday, June 29th and Sunday, June 30th we hosted our Second Annual AngelHack Hackathon at 42 SV! Around 250 people participated in this year’s event.

How 42 Silicon Valley Gives You the Freedom to Change Careers

July 3, 2019 – by Stacey Faucett

We spoke to students to learn more about why they decided to change careers, and how 42’s method of learning is giving them the freedom to learn new skills.

Celebrating Pride: Voices from the LGBTQ Tech Community

June 28, 2019 – by Stacey Faucett

In honor of Pride Month we are celebrating the LGBTQ tech community! A CEO of a social enterprise that empowers the tech trans community, a product manager lead for a major software company, a system architect for a top bank, and a strategic communications professional/tech ally recently shared their stories with us about their experiences as LGBTQ in tech.

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