Four new makers have joined Atomic’s Grand Rapids office as a part of this year’s Atomic Accelerator program. The professional development program, which started in 2012, was created for newly-graduated software developers. I asked each of our new Grand Rapids makers to tell me a little bit about themselves.
Jimmy recently graduated from Hope College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Computer Science. Before joining Atomic, he worked across a variety of industries — from writing software for a biotech firm to running a t-shirt printing business.
He’s currently working on software for COVID-19 testing. Learn more by reading Jimmy’s bio.
Jori earned degrees in Computer Science and Global Studies from Hope College. During her time at Hope, Jori participated in an internship that involved creating a web application to help nursing students track data.
Currently, she is working on wellness software for a Michigan-based company. Check out Jori’s bio.
Lauren recently graduated from Calvin College with degrees in Computer Science and Biology. While at Calvin, she volunteered her time as a tutor for the Calvin chapter of Girls Who Code.
Presently, she is working on software for healthcare education management. Check out Lauren’s bio to learn more.
Patrick recently graduated from Taylor University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering. Last summer, Patrick interned at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab in their Robotic Manipulation and Sampling group.
Since joining Atomic, he has been working on a project for a Michigan-based company.
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The Atomic Accelerator is an accelerated professional development program for newly-graduated developers who join Atomic Object each spring.