The most Senior Technical Staff in The Nation
A social entrepreneur that believes in the power of the <script> tag. Driven to help people become exceptional technical professionals. She is the CEO and Co-Founder of Sabio.
CTO & Head Instructor
Has been in the software development field across a variety of industries since 1999. His background allows him to not only provide Fellows with the best technical mentoring and support but also insightful and effective coaching. CTO and Co-Founder/CTO of Sabio.
Sabio instructor John Darragh started in software as a freshman using punch cards in the 1970s, then in the 1980s when programming didn’t require iterations of paper cards, he grew to love the field and now says his favorite thing about his work is helping Sabio fellows gain a deep understanding of technology.
"Helping fellows land great jobs is a strong motivation for me. But what I most look forward to is catching sight of that satisfying moment when a new concept becomes clear to someone"
Working at Sabio has been exciting for Victor not just because he gets to mentor his students, but also because he’s learning so much. He said coming on at Sabio “lit a fire under my seat to learn and implement Angular. Not only do you learn to understand technology better as an instructor, he said, but you are also able to offer a more articulate explanation for that technology.
The former art teacher wound up taking an introductory BASIC class while in school and fell in love. Since, he’s worked on large enterprise applications and is currently working with his first Sabio cohort.
You are empowered to teach what is in the best interest of the developer without other factors getting in the way. I really look forward to giving many people opportunity to enter this field, and empower them to make a difference in the world.
To Sabio instructor Dan Farino technology is all about people — helping people, to be specific. From writing the programs to help his coworkers that landed him his first IT job to his favorite projects which allowed him to invent a tool to help his coworkers, and now at Sabio, where he said his great respect for his students pushes him to work hard to help them grow into software engineers daily.
The top three things he hopes to teach fellows are diligence, hard work and a love of coding. This is what helped Tony be successful and he hopes to pass this onto the fellows he teaches. Tony is excited to be learning and teaching Mongo DB, Express, Angular, Node JS and some new ES6 features. He said staying current isn’t a problem, because he will need to be current in order to instruct students in these technologies.