Isaiah Harrison, 27, attended his first HackPSU last year not knowing how to code. After the experience, he decided to refocus his career path and spent nearly every day coding, building his skills through cheap and free online courses. He's since created a game app set to launch on iOS before he graduates in May.
Isaiah Harrison, 27, attended his first HackPSU last year not knowing how to code. After the experience, he decided to refocus his career path and spent nearly every day coding, building his skills through cheap and free online courses. He's since created a game app set to launch on iOS before he graduates in May. Roger Van Scyoc rvanscyoc@centredaily.com
Isaiah Harrison, 27, attended his first HackPSU last year not knowing how to code. After the experience, he decided to refocus his career path and spent nearly every day coding, building his skills through cheap and free online courses. He's since created a game app set to launch on iOS before he graduates in May. Roger Van Scyoc rvanscyoc@centredaily.com

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