Dublin CODING School is delighted to introduce Deepali Futane, our new Lecturer in Full-Stack Web Development.

Deepali is a Full-Stack Web Developer at iconic fashion brand Rent the Runway, having previously worked at Symantec, Amdocs and Rocket Software. Deepali holds a Masters in Information Systems from the University College Dublin.

We asked Deepali about her career so far, her love of Cricket and her advice for aspiring Web Developers:

What first attracted you to Web Development?

I got into Web Development through my passion for Cricket. When I was 17 years old, I developed a website named ‘Cricket Crazy’ with information on all the teams and players, matches, and world records in the sport. This made me realise I also have a passion for Web Development. This was the moment I knew I wanted a career in this field. I am now driven to providing the best user experience in web applications.

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What does a Web Developer’s day look like in your company?

During a typical day, I will be working on developing new features in the existing web application to provide the perfect user experience. I will also be communicating with various stakeholders, including the product manager and other team members.

What advice would you give to someone considering a career in Web Development?

The Web Development technology stack is dynamic and diverse. However, every web development framework is based on the basics of JavaScript. Hence anyone willing to learn Web Development should stick to basics, including HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. With those firm basics, one can quickly learn any new web development framework.

Why is Web Development so important in business today?

Web Development is crucial to keep customers engaged by presenting a good user experience while also improving the visibility of the business, expanding its reach, and enhancing business operations. In today’s world, Web Development is a vital part of any business strategy.


You can hear more from Deepali during our online event ‘Free Online Lesson  in Full-Stack Web Development’ on Wednesday 14th of April at 6pm.

Event details can be found here: https://bit.ly/2Oxo8NI