Clark Used to Help Others Realize Their Dreams As an Admissions Advisor; now Hes Focusing on His Own

Clark Torres has always acknowledged artistic endeavors. As a teen, he became fascinated by 3D (three dimensional) visual animation to the degree some could describe his allure as a compulsion. Reason eventually surfaced. Now slightly older and wiser, the further Clark explored visual animation, the means necessary to turn this artistic attraction into a livable vocation drew equal priorities. When he graduated from CSU Northridge with a BA in Animation, Interactive Technology, Video Graphics, and Special Effects in 2009, Clark obtained an administrative position at Gnomon School of Visual Effects to further that goal.For nearly eight years, Clark recruited qualified candidates for Gnomon's academic programs. He soon began mentoring students, assisting them in building their portfolios and helping them eventually realize their dreams, while his visual animation ambitions remained on hold mainly for economic reasons. A trip to San Francisco changed that. Clark knew the tech industry hub was vibrant in San Francisco. But witnessing it in action took that statement to another level. Having touched on technical development in visual animation gave Clark the ability to see software engineering/coding for what it was technically designed to do. When he investigated workflow coding processes, Clark discovered the technical concept of a team approach and interactive collaboration with other developers to find alternative technical solutions. This appealed to the extroverted nature of his personality. It also broke down the lone wolf visuals so many software engineers described to him in their efforts to identify and correct spaghetti code. He began investigating online these self-help online coding programs, and that's where Clark discovered coding bootcamps.The name Sabio (wise in Spanish) actually drew Clark's attention. Since it was a Spanish word, a comfort level curiosity encouraged him to investigate further. Clark attended an information session in Culver City and was instantly drawn to Gregorio Rojas."Listening to Gregorio speak, told me he was just a normal guy with a lot of passion about coding," recalled Clark. "The fact that he was really frank appealed to me even more. "That established connection to Gregorio motivated Clark to take the next step. After that information session, he did not bother to investigate any other accelerated coding bootcamps."Learning the fundamentals did have its mountains to climb," Clark remembered. "But once we got there, the program just flowed."Clark worked on the KnotMyYacht project. The application provides watercraft rental agencies with the online tools to get customers from land-to-water in one scalable application. Clark was the primary coder for the inventory management system, including views, API and schema that facilitated the display of rental agency-specific inventory. He recently graduated with Cohort 33. It took Clark only thirty days to get hired as a contract to hire full-stack engineer at Agent. There he's working on applications designed to protect contract employee and employer working relations. He has nearly doubled his previous working income and now has technical skills that are easily future protected. Clark sees himself growing in this technical development space, mentoring other technical developers and participating within the Sabio community. His nurturing process makes him a natural educator. And Clark is eager to share his Sabio education with those eager to listen and learn. Get to know Sabio via one of our Meetups or Info SessionsHear directly from our fellows via our Course Report reviews

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Boil-water Advisory Lifted After Villeray Water-main Break
The corner of Pie-IX Blvd. and Villeray St. looked more like a Venetian canal on Friday morning after a water main break flooded the east-end Montreal neighbourhood.More than a 100 residential buildings in the area were flooded when a huge 48-inch water main burst at 4:50 a.m.It took firefighters and city workers more than five hours to finally plug the broken main.Firefighters also asked Hydro-Québec to cut electricity to the area.No injuries were reported, but the city issued a boiled water advisory for parts of the Villeray-Saint-Michel-Parc-Extension borough.It was lifted Saturday evening.Areas that were affected:"Until further notice, residents must boil their water for at least one minute before drinking it. Drinking water that has not been boiled can be used for personal hygiene or domestic use," the city of Montreal said in a statement."In the best case scenario, the advisory could be lifted early Saturday evening. However, a back-to-normal advisory will be issued as soon as the situation returns to normal."Tap water must be boiled for at least one minute before drinking it.The city said tap water that has not been boiled can be used for: Washing dishes with hot water. (Dry well); washing clothes, showering or bathing (make sure children do not swallow water while bathing, or wash them with a face cloth).The corner of Pie-IX Blvd. and Villeray will remain closed for the weekend. Traffic detours will be in effect.City of Montreal spokesperson Philippe Sabourin said the main that burst had been last inspected in 2012. It was not particularly old either, having been in operation since 1961.Sabourin said most water mains last nearly twice that long.For more information, please call 311 or visit .
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