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Join techSAV for lunch every month for lunchFunction101 where senior technologists share their ideas, best practices and lessons learned. Check our calendar for the next lunchFunction 101.

January lunchFunction:

Imposter Syndrome: how to overcome imposter syndrome

“Impostor syndrome can be defined as a collection of feelings of inadequacy that persist even in face of information that indicates that the opposite is true. It is experienced internally as chronic self-doubt, and feelings of intellectual fraudulence.”

— Caltech Counseling Center


When:  Wednesday January 17, 12:00-1:30PM

Where:  Bull Street Labs, 2222 Bull Street

This month’s lunch will be generously provided by Codebase

January’s Presenter is Nathan Hosselton, Director of Education and Lead Instructor at Codebase

Whether you’ve just begun your journey to learn how to code or you’ve been paid to code for many years, you can and (likely) will face imposter syndrome. Join us for lunch and listen to guest speaker Nathan Hosselton talk about how developers can overcome and be aware when you’re experiencing imposter syndrome.

Nathan is currently the Director of Education and Lead Instructor at Codebase, Savannah. He will share his experience and how he made the career switch from IT Support to becoming a freelance iOS developer.

If you or you company are interested in sponsoring this event, or would like to be a guest speaker, please contact Laurie Zipperer at


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