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3/9/2022Tech Educators to Offer Space for Web3 Bounty HuntersWritten by James Adams

I said I had some good stuff to say. I just forgot that I had that good stuff to say right now. Silly me.

Our whole goal is to support people into coding, that's the ultimate goal right. If you get a tonne of great people, building, working, making and supporting the local economy. Well that's where great things happen for those involved and those around you.

Starting out coding in web3 shouldn't take you too long to get a job. I mean the industry is literally crying out for developers right now. It's no suprise it took what, 4 weeks to find a series of extremely talented developers to join our first solidity coding bootcamp.

Being able to code isn't the whole story, and we will talk on the whole ready to work, ready to contribute piece at a later date. So what can we do today?

Well, we know that bounties in web3 present an opportunity for people to understand and contribute to projects. It gives people a chance to earn. It gives people a chance to collaborate. We want to support by giving people the space to do that outside of their own homes and build a community.

So if space and a community is what you want. We have it right here. We don't ask for any payment if you can't do that right now. Come along, find your feet, find a community and lets build together.

Just get in touch via our contact page and lets grab a coffee.

Speak soon.


About the author

James Adams

James has 8 years with Fortune 200 US firm ITW, experience of managing projects in China, USA, and throughout Europe. James has worked with companies such as Tesco, Vauxhall, ITW, Serco, McDonalds. James has experience in supporting start-up and scale up companies such as Readingmate, Gorilla Juice and Harvest London. James completed his MBA at the University of East Anglia in 2018.