A New Home

Tuitt Coding Bootcamp finally bids goodbye to its first home. The memories and good times shared at the quaint, sunny little place at the corner of Scout Madrinan and Scout Torillo will not be forgotten. But now, it’s time to move on to bigger and brighter things!

Tuitt’s first office at Centro Plaza Building

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First-ever Company Outing

A year ago, there were only three of us in our humble little office. I (Angeli), Shem-san and Miss Debbie. It was around this time last year when we started marketing ourselves, sourcing potential students and instructors to join us in taking part in something bigger than ourselves.

Looking back, we set up a booth at Ateneo de Manila’s career fair, put up flyers around UP Diliman campus, posted ads around different social media and career-oriented platforms, sent emails to people, reached out to friends, performed interviews, attended demo lessons. It took us a while to achieve our goals but finally after so much effort, things (and people) came through 🙂

Tuitt’s booth at AdMU Career Fair

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Batch Three Graduation

Another batch— done, ready to prowl into the software engineering industry!

It has indeed been a roller coaster ride for Tuitt’s 3rd Batch of day students— grueling and challenging, but fun and rewarding. On April 29, 2017, all 10 students reaped the fruits of their hard work, as they marched to get their certificates.

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Pioneer Night Class Graduation

April 28, 2017 – this day marked the graduation of our first-ever night class. Hooray! The program which started on October 2016 lasted for 6 months and was participated by young coding enthusiasts, mostly career-shifters looking into entering the IT industry.

Here are the 8 students who successfully completed the boot camp training. Congrats, everyone!

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Cutest Programmer

Tuitt’s first-ever night class has come to an end after 100 sunsets, 20 weeks, 3 instructors and 2 broken chairs (damaged in only 1 night! haha) Eight remaining trainees advanced to present their final projects which was witnessed by a special guest, Ms. Melai, one of Tuitt’s directors. Continue Reading