Kani saw an opportunity to start a coding boot camp in Japan and he made it happen with Code Chrysalis. He quit his stable job in San Francisco, moved the entire family to Japan, and got to work on making it happen. Enjooooy.
08:10 – “We try to make you feel comfortable being uncomfortable”
09:25 – First steps after coming up with the idea of starting a coding bootcamp in Japan
14:05 – How did you handle your visa and that side of things to get a business started?
18:55 – What are “soft skills”?
22:25 – How long would it take someone to go from zero to having a coding job?
33:00 – What was it like losing the safety of your old job and starting this new venture?
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James came to Japan as an Eikaiwa teacher, morphed into a seven-year ALT, and now helps people have more fun while working in Japan, whether they’re just starting out or are veterans themselves. He started ALTInsider.com and The ALTInsider Podcast in 2015 and has been spreading his message of “Have more fun” ever since.To give your resume the tune-up it needs, head on over to ALT Insider Resume Review and get started today. Don’t let your dreams be dreams.