Raphael Serota is one of CodeCraft’s newest employees, and we’re excited to have him join our team as the lead instructor for our Full-Time Full-Stack Web Development Bootcamp. Here’s a little bit of Q&A we recently had with Raphael about his background, his approach as an instructor, and how bootcamp students can make the most of their time both as students and later as graduates.
Stauffer & Sons Construction built a custom home for Neil and Barbara Bruce in Woodland Park, Colo., back in 2011. It’s been about five years since we built it, so we decided it was time to drop by for a visit and see how they still liked their home having lived in it for a few years.
The home itself is a beautiful 3,800 square foot, three-story southwestern-influenced home designed by Langley Architects and is tucked away on a hill on the western side of the town, with a phenomenal view of Pikes Peak. Continue reading “The Dancing Fox Lodge in Woodland Park”
Note: This is an interview I conducted with Colorado Springs Police Chief Pete Carey, who is an alumnus of Leadership Pikes Peak’s Signature Program. Since 1979, the Signature Program has taken experienced professionals from the public, private, and nonprofit sectors and helped prepare them for community leadership. Throughout the ten-month program, participants learn about the most important issues facing the Pikes Peak region, and meet and learn from the community’s most dynamic leaders. Continue reading “Leadership Pikes Peak Alumni Stories – Police Chief Pete Carey”
Amanda Obringer is a Senior Web Designer and has worked at Infront Webworks for over three years. Today we decided to ask her a few questions about the web design field and her approach to design in general. Continue reading “15 Questions with Amanda Obringer, Senior Web Designer”
Q: What first brought you to the Downtown Colorado Springs area? When was that?
A: I was stationed here at Fort Carson in 1975, and at the same time was a Club Professional Racquetball Player. I moved back to North Dakota for a few years to go to College and came back to stay in 1983. Continue reading “Interview With City Councilman Tim Leigh – Faces of Downtown”