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Which of these Tech Gadgets were actually revealed at CES 2017?

Written by Peter Bolte on January 11, 2017

The IoT (Internet of Things) is a catch phrase we all heard thrown around the technology world throughout the last couple of years - especially 201...

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9 Movies that Predicted the Future of Tech

Written by Peter Bolte on January 04, 2017

We have no problems suspending belief when we watch fictional movies - especially science fiction films. However, we need to realize that sometimes...

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2016: A Year in Review

Written by Peter Bolte on December 29, 2016

2016 was quite the roller coaster year when it comes to world affairs, the Pokémon craze, politics, and even the Chicago Cubs winning the World Ser...

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A Brief History of Tracking Santa

Written by Cory Healy on December 22, 2016

Santa may see us when we're sleeping, but we've got the upper hand by tracking him across the globe with every year. Santa tracking efforts ...

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Introducing Coding Kickstart!

Written by Cory Healy on December 16, 2016

Last night we finished piloting our new Coding Kickstart program in New York City! We designed this as a free intensive workshop to demystify web d...

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Guest Post — Ineke Scheffers: NYCDA Student, Girl Code Founder

Written by Cory Healy on December 09, 2016

You may say I'm a dreamer... ...but I’m not the only one. The numbers of women programmers in The Netherlands vary a little per source, but what’...

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Grad Recap: Jeff Chui

Written by Cory Healy on December 08, 2016

Jeff Chui, a February WDI alum-turned-Developer at McCann-Erickson, got to exhibit his code skills in PairPrep's Weekend Coding Showcase. He was ...

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NYCDA Love Letters: 5 Reasons Why We Love Amsterdam

Written by Cory Healy on December 02, 2016

One question we’re asked often here at NYCDA is ‘why do you have eight locations in the U.S. and one in Amsterdam?’ To that we say: Why not Amster...

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Fall 2016 UI/UX Intensive Showcase

Written by Peter Bolte on November 16, 2016

Our User Interface User / Experience Intensive students presented their final projects in last week’s Fall 2016 Showcase. Kamilla, Egor, Kayan and ...

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Web Development Simplified: Code ≠ Complicated

Written by Peter Bolte on November 07, 2016

Brian Fountain, Chief Creative Officer at the New York Code + Design Academy, hits the streets of NYC to talk to people and see just how much he ca...

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Personalized Career Guidance for Junior Web Developers

Written by Peter Bolte on October 27, 2016

Krystal Kaplan, Outcomes Coordinator at the New York Code + Design Academy sat down on camera to talk about her role with the Career Services ...

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5 UX Insights From Firat Parlak

Written by Peter Bolte on October 21, 2016

Awesome founder Firat Parlak stopped into our New York HQ for a Wine + Design fireside chat earlier this week. Here are a few of the many UX ins...

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The Academy: A Community of Code // Izza

Written by Peter Bolte on October 14, 2016

Meet Izza, current student in the Web Development Intensive program in New York City. After graduating from the NYU Gallatin School of Individualiz...

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A Student Guides the Visa Process with D3.js

Written by Peter Bolte on September 22, 2016

Meet Hyojin Yoo, a recent graduate of the Web Development Intensive program at the New York Code + Design Academy. After graduating from art scho...

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Nostalgia Meets Technology with Hypertape

Written by Peter Bolte on September 13, 2016

Oliver Huang, recent graduate of the Web Development Intensive program at the New York City campus, reinvented his youth when conceiving his final...

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Happy Thoughts!

Written by Peter Bolte on September 06, 2016

Meet Web Development Intensive graduates Daniel Yu, Imelda Alonso and James Hwang. For their WDI group project, they took inspiration from a Ted ...

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9 Tips to Improve Your Résumé

Written by Peter Bolte on August 23, 2016

Whether you’ve just completed your education, have hit a wall where you started and seek career growth in another organization, or simply want to ...

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Meet an AngularJS Contributor: Ryan Schmukler

Written by Maddy Lau on August 18, 2016

We were very lucky to have Ryan Schmukler stop by NYCDA to chat with us about his thoughts on Angular. Ryan is a self-taught programmer who transi...

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A Student Empowers his Future

Written by Peter Bolte on July 19, 2016

In this episode of Life/Code we meet Sam Berman, recent graduate of the Web Development Intensive program, who has overcome the challenge of being ...

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NYCDA Instructor Rebrands the User Experience

Written by Peter Bolte on July 13, 2016

Outside of the classroom, New York Code + Design Academy instructor Mark Vigeant, is also a comedian who has built a series of parody websites that...

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How NYCDA Forged a Young Entrepreneur

Written by Peter Bolte on July 12, 2016

When I was 17 years old, I would ride a scooter to school everyday. However, storage for scooters was limited and you had to put them on the top of...

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NYCDA + Motivate Design team up!

Written by Peter Bolte on July 06, 2016

The New York Code + Design Academy has teamed up with Motivate Design to launch an Intensive UI/UX Course designed to bring students through user e...

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Zach Feldman + Amazon Alexa on Cheddar

Written by Peter Bolte on June 28, 2016

Yesterday, our own Zach Feldman was a guest on Cheddar. Live from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, he discussed the Alexa Skill ecosystem ...

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Be The Future: Learn Alexa Skills

Written by Peter Bolte on June 15, 2016

What if I told you the next major technological breakthrough is that the computer keyboard is going to become obsolete and eventually all interac...

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