“If the model is successful, the wage gap narrows and desolated, post-manufacturing cities forgotten about after their industries collapsed, can start rebuilding themselves.”
This quote about Catalyte comes from Vivian Giang‘s recent profile piece on the company that appeared in Fast Company. Vivian tells our 18-year history of using artificial intelligence to find better-performing software engineers from unexpected places.
“Aside from convincing financial decision-makers that success can come from anywhere and look like anybody, Catalyte’s model, if successfully scalable, can also prove this to those at the base of the economic pyramid.”
Vivian also tells the story of developer Tim Reed, from his financial struggles to continue his college career, his initial reluctance to take Catalyte’s assessment and why he thinks others don’t see themselves as developers.