The Last Mile: How Tech Can Break The Cycle of Incarceration – Aly Tamboura

February 20, 2017
During his 12 years of incarceration, Tamboura learned how to code without internet access, successfully graduating from Tracks 1 and 2 of TLM's coding program, Code.7370. Tamboura hopes to continue working as an engineer, fine-tuning his skills in data visualizations and web based applications. He is an avid scuba driver and an ocean conservationist. Aly will be sharing his journey and how coding has helped him to turn his life around. Speaker: Aly Tamboura, Software Developer, The Last Mile
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