The VentureFizz Podcast: David Delmar Sentíes - Founder of Resilient Coders
Some people wish for change, while others take action. David is in the “take action” category. He calls himself a Workforce Equity Activist, which means he is passionate about both economic opportunity and economic equity.
Resilient Coders is a coding bootcamp that trains people of color for careers as software engineers and connects them with jobs. One might think that he has a passion for coding, but that is not the case. Coding is actually the megaphone, as it provides the window of opportunity for his students to pursue a high-growth career building software.
In this episode of our podcast, we cover lots of topics, like:
- David’s background and how he got involved in the tech industry.
- What it means to be a “Workforce Equity Activist.”
- What led David down the path of starting his own coding bootcamp.
- All about Resilient Coders, including its mission to use coding to make social change.
- Advice on Implementing diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
- Plus, a lot more.
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