Christopher has 7 years of experience in the STEM and IT field, particularly with high school and colleges. Working with FIRST, an NGO that designs accessible, innovative programs that motivate young people to pursue education and career opportunities in science, technology and engineering.
Sean Adair has 14+ years of experience in Cybersecurity at the U.S. Marine Corps. Sean has received 3 Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals, 1 Navy and Marine Corp Commendation Medal, 1 Combat Action Ribbon Multiple Certificate of Commendations.
Bill is a Network Engineer and a Military Veteran with 15+ years of proven experience. He possesses a comprehensive background in IT Administration, Network Systems, and Project Management with experience as a Network Analyst, PC Technician, LAN Administrator and a Network-Systems Engineer.
Peter has 22 years’ experience as a technical trainer, lead and courseware developer. He holds a BS computer science and Master’s degree, both from Rutgers University. He spearheaded the development of many training initiatives in the Federal space including USPTO and Web Services.
Jeff has 14 years of instructing experience, during which he has assisted thousands of non-technical students in completing their IT certifications. Currently, he works with QuickStart as a Senior Instructor and ensures quality training is being delivered across different modalities and technologies.
Mr. Gansmiller is known for his active learning approach to IT training, information assurance, and cyber-security. His work has given him extensive insight into NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technical) policy requirements as well as all aspects of U.S. Department of Defense STIGs (Security Technical Implementation Guide).
Peter Kis is a freelancer full-stack developer living in Munich, Germany. He has worked in various enterprise environments as a full-stack engineer and currently he is freelancing for various clients across the world and develops his AI projects on the side.
Zsolt Nagy is a web development team lead, coach, and software engineer living in Berlin, Germany. He is also known for his recorded lectures and books. One of his well-recognized pieces of work is “ES6 in Practice” that covers the complete developer’s guide
Barry Ross, a former instructor at General Assembly, has tremendous expertise in teaching website development. The bootcamp he will teach covers everything starting from HTML/CSS basics to layout techniques, programming concepts and responsive concepts.
Robert Utterback is an assistant professor of computer science in the Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science at Monmouth College in Monmouth, Illinois. His research specialty is parallel computing, with an emphasis on utilizing efficient run-time systems to detect bugs in parallel programs.
Dr. Garcia has been serving the industry for more than a decade from managing software projects to heading tech companies. With his subject matter expertise, he has a proven track record to be a great leader. Currently, he is working as a President at CPSOG pursuing the organization's mission to have a pollution-free environment.
Fahim Uddin is a PhD in Computer Science with Machine Learning and Data Science in focus. He has over 15+ years of experience in IT including, but not limited to, as .NET Developer and SQL SERVER Admin/Developer and Business Intelligence.
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