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Coding Bootcamp: Just Around the Bend

Written by Peter Bolte on May 26, 2017

Putting The Skills To Work! After finishing up 8 weeks, Hunter Severini chats for a few minutes about where he is in the Web Development Intensi...

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AR's Steady Climb

Written by Cory Healy on May 25, 2017

Remember Google Glasses? As tacky and lauded as it was for its design and the types of people who used the ("Glassholes"), it was a starting gun fo...

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Fighting Fake News With Code

Written by Cory Healy on May 19, 2017

Fake News™ is on the rise globally. Expect to see an increased usage of weaponized viral hoaxes and memes that normally take days, even weeks, to d...

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Have A Cookie

Written by Cory Healy on May 19, 2017

Riddle me this: how does an old 'acquaintance' from several years ago suddenly ago pop up on your recommended friends section on Facebook? Answ...

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13 Tips To Help Alleviate Those Privacy Fears

Written by Peter Bolte on May 17, 2017

How Can We Continue To Be Safe? Phishing scams, botnets, hackers, ransomware, DDoS seems the list of circumstances where our privac...

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Moms of the Internet

Written by Cory Healy on May 12, 2017

This one goes out to all the moms out there; for Mother’s Day, we want to show love for who are (arguably) the Moms of the Internet: Ada Lovelace a...

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Coding Bootcamp: Halfway Through

Written by Peter Bolte on May 11, 2017

Halfway Through! Now 6 weeks in, Hunter Severini sits down to talk about where his Web Development Intensive cohort is as they reach the halfway...

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Silicon Valley S4 Recap: "Intellectual Property"

Written by Lauryn McCarter on May 09, 2017

Much like the area of law with which it shares its name, ‘Intellectual Property’ lays the groundwork for a lot of things we’ll care about later wit...

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Tech Transformations: Jason McKay

Written by Peter Bolte on May 08, 2017

I recently sat down with an old friend, Jason McKay, who has quite the story of how he formed a career in technology. With a background in theater ...

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Silicon Valley Recap: S4, Ep 1 + 2

Written by Lauryn McCarter on May 05, 2017

You’re possibly asking yourself, “Why is this code school doing TV recaps now?” It’s 90% because I asked if I could, and 10% because as people in t...

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Cincode Mayo

Written by Cory Healy on May 05, 2017

Happy Cinco De Mayo! We're highlighting 5 apps and tech based in Mexico. Cinco De Mayo commemorates Mexican victory against France at the Battle...

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Rethinking How To Think

Written by Peter Bolte on May 04, 2017

We recently sat down with Web Development Intensive graduate James Hwang to hear his thoughts on his time during the program. James graduated in...

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May the Fourth Be With UI

Written by Lauryn McCarter on May 04, 2017

This post contains spoilers for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, but honestly, it came out so long ago that you have no right to be mad. It is, I a...

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Are Coders Safe From Automation?

Written by Cory Healy on April 28, 2017

In the not-so-distant future, a wide swath of jobs will be overtaken by robots. Time Magazine recently featured a probability calculator that i...

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Coding Bootcamp: Full Steam Ahead!

Written by Peter Bolte on April 27, 2017

One month down! Now a month in, Hunter Severini checks back in with Life/Code to show us what he’s been building during his Web Development Inte...

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Intellectual Property and Code

Written by Cory Healy on April 27, 2017

Access to open-source data is among one of the greatest benefits of a free internet! Free resources and tutorials have helped me more times than I...

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Earth Day Apps

Written by Cory Healy on April 21, 2017

With just a simple download of an app, there are many steps you can take to become more sustainable and reduce your footprint. This weekend celebra...

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Full-Time Vs. Part-Time

Written by Peter Bolte on April 21, 2017

Course Report recently interviewed two of our recent graduates to compare our full-time and part-time Web Development Intensive programs. Jeff C...

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What To Expect In a Technical Interview

Written by Cory Healy on April 18, 2017

Technical interviews are a common step for hiring tech companies and businesses looking for their next web developer. They can either be take-home ...

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Gig Economy ≠ Freelancing

Written by Cory Healy on April 14, 2017

The allure of the gig economy is a siren song: work when you want; set your own hours; BE YOUR OWN BOSS. The Gig Economy isn’t doing you any fav...

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Coding Bootcamp: Just The Beginning

Written by Peter Bolte on April 12, 2017

Hunter Severini sits back down for our new series of Life/Code to check in with us about how his Web Development Intensive course is going. Just...

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Don't Passover These Apps!

Written by Cory Healy on April 12, 2017

Happy Passover from all of us at NYCDA! In honor of Pesach, here's a quick roundup of some fun and educational Jewish apps: Shema The f...

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Looking Forward After Bootcamp

Written by Peter Bolte on April 06, 2017

Web Development Intensive graduate Charmel Sippio, sits down with us to talk about why she chose the New York Code + Design Academy, what she has t...

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Why Assistive Tech Matters

Written by Cory Healy on April 06, 2017

Is it still innovation if disability isn’t accounted for? Eatsa, a Bay Area restaurant chain known as being 'the first automated cafe,' lets yo...

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