Jocelyn has been designing webpages since she was able to get her parents to agree to a monthly subscription of AOL. After learning HTML to customize her AOL profile, more searching found a group of teenagers that were using a combination of HTML and CSS to put out 2-week layouts on their personal blogs. From that moment, she was hooked on design.
Fifteen years later, she rediscovered her passion for creating and paired that with the love of the challenge of solving complex problems through successfully completing a 12-week Java boot camp Zip Code Wilmington. Following the program, she accepted a position as a Java developer with a Fortune 100 company. After nearly two years, Jocelyn now works as a full-stack developer where she is honing her skills and finding a love for DevOps.
When a loud voice for diversity and inclusion among technologists, you can find her playing Overwatch, Fortnite, or watching 90s anime. She is still particularly found of Sailor Moon and still wonders on a daily basis if she should get a cat and name her Luna.
Tools & Languages
Full Stack Developer
November 2017 to July 2018
Senior Associate Software Engineer
July 2018 - Current
JPMorgan Chase & Co
April 2016 to November 2017
Zip Code Wilmington
Former Chapter Lead of Girl Develop It Wilmington
Upcoming Talks & Panels
MongoDB World - June 17-19, 2019 New York, New York
Past Talks & Panels
Women in DE Innovation & Technology Day - November 8, 2018 - Panel - Wilmington, DE | Profile
Comcast's Open Source Day - June 28, 2018 Philadelphia, PA | Slides
MongoDB World - June 26-27, 2018 New York, New York | Panel
MongoDB World - June 2017 Chicago, IL | Talk
Making the Leap: Tips for Transitioning Into a Tech Career - Panel - April 2017 | Article
Delaware Innovation Week Panel - November 2016 | Article
Delaware Innovation Week Panel - November 2018
Meet Jocelyn - Zip Coder and Software Engineer at JPMorgan Chase | YouTube
"You Have to Take Risks for You"r Own Happiness and Career Growth" | Article
"Advice from 3 Women in Tech” | Article
"GDI Speed Mentoring Women in Development" | Article"
"Jocelyn Harper is the New Chapter Lead for Girl Develop It Wilmington" | Article
"Meet 11 of Delaware’s Up-and-Coming Technologists of Color" | Article
“We Need to Talk About why Jocelyn Harper Left Girl Develop It” | Article
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