Josiah was content with his life as a high school history teacher and football coach in Texas. But after about a decade, he realized that the demanding schedule was keeping him from spending time with his wife and new baby. “In general, I wasn’t very happy at work,” he said. So Josiah did what many people would do – he tried going back to school.
He took a few computer science courses at a Dallas-area community college to see if he had the aptitude and desire to get into technology. “I felt pretty good about it after the first few courses,” he said. So, he planned to get a second bachelor’s degree in computer science. But those plans changed after his wife accepted a new job in Austin. “I took it as an opportunity to quit teaching full-time,” he said. “I have a friend who’s a very accomplished developer who recommended looking into code schools, because he’d heard really good things about them.” Read More