Paul Schulzetenberg is the Lead Instructor for the Fullstack Web Bootcamp at CNM Deep Dive in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The Fullstack Web Bootcamp is an immersive 10-week program that teaches web application development. Participants come into the bootcamp with only basic technology skills and leave with experience with cutting-edge technology and coding and development techniques that allow them to build modern software applications for the web. Participants use those skills to build new careers as web developers or tech professionals, or augment their current career with further skills.
Since joining the team in 2018, Paul has led the Fullstack team in developing and delivering the cutting-edge technology and curriculum that keep the bootcamp relevant in a rapidly-changing industry. As part of his responsibilities, Paul led the development of a Deep Dive Accelerator Partner program that gives licensee partner organizations the ability to deliver their own bootcamp based on up-to-date Fullstack curriculum.
Prior to becoming Lead Instructor, Paul has 20 years experience building websites and leading development teams. Paul has built websites for the American Civil Liberties Union, The Juilliard School, the Annenberg Foundation, Stanford University, the Amy Klobuchar campaign, and the University of Minnesota.
Paul’s focus on community extends beyond technology. He is the cofounder of MañanaCon, New Mexico’s premier tabletop gaming convention. The convention is where New Mexico gamers meet to play board games, role-playing games, miniatures, and card games, and make connections that last beyond the convention.
Paul believes in building strong teams and clear processes to solve problems, in sharing knowledge as the best way to build cohesive teams, and in the power of the open web to build communities both virtual and geographical.