Fri, Apr
17

TightOps Webinar: Code Chrysalis – Moving a Code School Online

Online
6:00pm – 7:00pm
Free

Hear how Code Chrysalis, our favorite Tokyo based coding boot camp has moved with the times and quickly transitioned all their courses and students onto the interwebs. What’s a day in the life of a remote Code Chrysalis pupil like? What has been hard in making the move online? Any unexpected benefits?

Tune in to hear Tokyo Cheapo co-founder Chris and Tight Ops founder Nico interview Code Chrysallis founders Yan, and Kani, plus rumor has it there may be a cameo appearance from Potato (Yan’s dog).

For some background, check out our podcast interview with Code Chrysalis from last summer.

Kani and Yan, founders of Code Chrysalis

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