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#71: “I Bought a School Bus to Learn Code” with Roxanne Agerone of Salesforce | Educative Sessions

August 9, 2021

Roxanne Agerone went from working in chemistry to working in software over the course of the year. After being accepted into a prestigious coding program Seattle, Roxanne sold everything she owned, bought a school bus, packed it full of everything that was left, and drove across the country. It has been four years of software development, and she loves it. (No, Roxanne doesn't still live in a bus, but it was a great adventure and so worth it.)

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Roxanne Agerone is a software engineer with a passion for solving problems and creating new software. Previously, she worked as a laboratory technician for Sanesco International before moving to Seattle to participate in the Ada Developers Academy coding program. Roxanne landed a job with Tableau and now works for Salesforce.  

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