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.