Who am I?

I am Nicole Archambault, a Boston-based web developer and educational technology (EdTech) entrepreneur.

After abandoning a CS major in college, I taught myself to program in 2015 using Treehouse. I still have a long way to go. But most importantly, I made a career change to an industry that I love, doing work that I'm passionate about, and solving problems that matter.

I am incredibly passionate about issues concerning women, and technology is no exception. So it should come as no surprise that I want to help other women successfully become web developers and software engineers, by breaking down walls and effecting real change.

What am I doing?

In the process of teaching myself web development technologies, I realized that I also feel very strongly about education. Specifically, it should be free to low-cost, and free of ego.

I'm working to change the way that students learn, with a specific focus in learning programming principles and techniques.

How am I doing it?

There's no secret to learning web development, or magic involved in the process. It's all about knowing yourself, and your boundaries—and then pushing them, intelligently.

I help other students learn their best individualized learning styles, and maximize their approach to learning web development. The results will amaze you. Learning feels effortless.

More about Me

For the Horde!

I used to play World of Warcraft on US-Bleeding Hollow (PvP).
RIP all my free time D:

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Peep my code

I'm on GitHub! My repositories are mostly early JavaScript and Ruby projects.

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Nails && Code

A Tumblr site where you can post pics of your blinged-out nails, juxtaposed with your badass code.

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