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Kimberly had worked in the entertainment industry for about a decade doing a bit of acting in film and television, a bit of production, and some print modeling. When she became a mom, she decided that she wanted a more stable career. She wanted something that would allow her to be both creative and analytical at the same time. After doing some research, she decided that she would pursue coding, and her research brought her to Sabio.


"I did the typical searches for coding bootcamps in Los Angeles. I ended up on a review website, and something about the reviews on Sabio really struck me and seemed really genuine. When I went to the information session that Gregorio holds once a week, I had an opportunity to ask all the questions that I wanted to ask. It just seemed genuine. I loved the vision and that they were intentional about bringing diversity into the bootcamp. This really appealed to me," Kimberly said.

Kimberly was in Mike's cohort at the Culver City location. She appreciated how Mike delivered the content and helped her to not feel overwhelmed with the amount of information.

The ability to have an idea and then create something is what excites Kimberly about being a software developer. She finds that the process is a bit similar to working in film production where she would work on different elements like finding a location, actors, pulling together a script, etc.

Kimberly has a bachelor's degree in management information systems, but she had not used her degree in any meaningful way until she started to code.

A week out of bootcamp, Kimberly landed a position as a full stack developer for a marketing company. In her current job, she's doing mostly front end development. She feels challenged and is learning a lot even coding some of her own projects on the side to continue to build her skills.

Congrats on your new gig Kimberly!






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