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#39: “How Bartering In Morocco Helped Me Find My Passion for Coding” with Kelly Revenaugh of Galvanize | Educative Sessions

February 12, 2021

After suffering from burnout and struggling to learn to code for years, Kelly Revenaugh spent a gap year traveling through Europe and North Africa. While in Morocco, she bartered with a Moroccan Surf Camp to provide web development services in exchange for surf lessons. That project led Kelly to realize that her passion lies in the communication that exists between humans and code.

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Kelly Revenaugh serve as Galvanize’s Evangelist (aka 'brand ambassador') and help to form and promote new relationships with learning communities, technology companies, and people in order to facilitate integration between various members in tech and Galvanize.

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