Coding boot camps give a second life to future software devs
Brayden Robbins started his first coding internship after struggling to find his path in life.
Robbins was a college student once, studying music performance in Stillwater and dreaming of a career as a musician.
But after his first year at university, Robbins was $20,000 in debt and unable to continue paying his way through an education. He moved back home to Norman and got a job at 7-Eleven.
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