UC Davis Human Resources and Continuing and Professional Education recently collaborated in forming the Tech Talent Pathway program to develop technical skills and provide jobs for residents in Sacramento’s most diverse and underserved communities.
After moving to the United States, Jyotika Sharma discovered a new interest in computer programming. Looking to change fields from chemical engineering to computers, she decided to reskill with the help of UC Davis Continuing and Professional Education’s Python for Data Science, Web and Core Programming Professional Concentration.
There are more than 700,000 cybersecurity job openings across the United States and more than 70,000 of those job openings are in California. For those considering a career in cybersecurity, now is the time to take the leap.
Erez Powell is a software engineer who has worked for multinational corporations, startups and everything in between. Most of his professional experiences stem from the digital games industry, reinforced by his work in educational technology and mobile app development. He joins UC Davis Continuing and Professional Education as an instructor in the Python for Data Science, Web and Core Programming Professional Concentration.
Todd Rutherford has more than 10 years of experience working in computer programming and is an expert on data science, cloud computing, software development, deep learning and data visualization. As an instructor in UC Davis Continuing and Professional Education’s Python for Data Science, Web and Core Programming Professional Concentration, Rutherford is excited to help students become confident in performing fundamental Python programming skills.
In almost 30 years of providing programming services, Al Pangelinan has witnessed the rise of Python and the thriving community around it. In his course Introduction to Python Programming, he helps students understand the versatile language of Python and how it can prepare them for careers in almost any technical field.
Bill Mead, M.Ed., started building websites in the mid-1990s…way back when the internet was just beginning to dip its toe into everyday life. “I saw the web—and web design—as an amazing field with lots of opportunity for expression, even in the very early years,” he said.