After my studies in the UK a few years ago, I was exposed to the
world of venture capital & tech startups. I saw how bad the
shortage of tech talents were, but didn't put much thought to it
until I came back to Malaysia.
I quit my previous role to focus fully on learning to code. It was
really difficult and I didn't have much options because I couldn't
afford bootcamps or university.
In my 6 months of learning, I have managed to assist my friends
who graduated with a degree in IT on their technical assessments
and landed multiple software projects.
Students are struggling to pay back university debt and struggling
to get hired, yet employers are struggling so much to hire good
That's when I realised how broken the system is. There is a
massive, growing tech talent-skill mismatch in the world right now
and almost ALL educators are not held accountable to help their
students secure jobs.
I started Sigma School to change that. I'm on a mission to help
people land jobs regardless of their backgrounds & redefine the
education system to allow us to invest in untapped talent to
unlock a whole new pool of competent talents for the world.