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Web Development Intensive

Web Development Intensive

Details:

Length: 12 weeks

Days: Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr

Times: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Upcoming Sections in Washington, D.C.:

May 22, 2017 - Aug 15, 2017

Aug 14, 2017 - Nov 07, 2017

Learn how to code and design web and mobile responsive applications professionally in one immersive, project-based course. This 12-week, full-time intensive program transforms beginner students into entry level full stack web developers. We will guide you through this life-changing experience as you learn to use fundamental programming languages such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Ruby. The New York Code + Design Academy will not only teach you these essential tools, but also provide career counseling and resources which include professional career development seminars conducted by working tech professionals in order to help you secure that next big opportunity. If you’re looking for a rigorous level of study that can help change your career, this is the class for you!

Details:

Length: 16 weeks

Days: Mo, We

Times: 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Upcoming Sections in Washington, D.C.:

May 01, 2017 - Aug 30, 2017

Want to learn some new skills or how to better communicate with software developers? WD100 is an 8 week evening course designed for beginners where students will learn the fundamentals of web development through an integrated curriculum covering HTML, CSS, and Javascript. Build rich, dynamic websites in a supportive, community-driven classroom and receive a certificate of completion upon graduation. Web Development 100 will teach you the difference between the front end and the back end and the importance of UI/UX Design. Explore these specialties further by bundling this course with one of our intermediate level 8 week classes*: Front End 101, Ruby on Rails 101, or UIUX Design 101. *Classes may vary by location.

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Length: 8 weeks

Days: Mo, We

Times: 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Upcoming Sections in Washington, D.C.:

Jan 30, 2017 - Mar 27, 2017

Jul 10, 2017 - Aug 30, 2017

You're beyond the basics of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Take the next step and become a front end developer with our 8-week part-time Front End 101 course. Our comprehensive curriculum will teach you advanced techniques in the most powerful technology available to front end developers: JavaScript. Build games, breathe life into your graphic designs, or code up a web page for your friend’s new food truck; our Front End 101 course will turn your thoughts into creations. This course is best suited for graduates of Web Development 100 or intermediate developers with a working knowledge of HTML, CSS, and basic JavaScript. Bundle this course with Ruby on Rails 101, iOS Development 101, or UI/UX Design 101 for an immersive experience. Complete beginner? Get your code career started with a Web Development 100 + Front End 101 bundle.

User Interface & User Experience Design 101

User Interface & User Experience Design 101

Details:

Length: 8 weeks

Days: Mo, We

Times: 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Upcoming Sections in Washington, D.C.:

Jan 30, 2017 - Mar 27, 2017

During this 8-week, hands-on learning experience, we’ll bring you through UX/UI design from the ground up. You will begin to see and understand smart, functional design and from there, learn the necessary tools to optimize a user's experience. With our open environment, you will have a friendly and engaging learning experience that will help prepare you to be a competitive designer. Enter the world with a fresh understanding of design!

Part-Time Web Development Intensive

Part-Time Web Development Intensive

Details:

Length: 24 weeks

Days: Mo, We, Sa

Times: 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Upcoming Sections in Washington, D.C.:

Apr 03, 2017 - Sep 20, 2017

Jul 10, 2017 - Jan 03, 2018

Learn how to code and design web and mobile applications professionally in one immersive, project-based course. This 24-week, part-time intensive program transforms beginner students into entry level full stack web developers. We will guide you through this life-changing experience as you learn to use fundamental programming languages such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and emerging technologies such as Node.js, Express.js and React.JS. Not only will you obtain the tools needed to become a competitive web developer, we also provide career counseling and resources to help secure that next big opportunity. If you’re looking for a rigorous level of study that can help change your career, this is the class for you!

Washington, D.C. Instructors

Our instructors are industry professionals, bringing the tools and technologies they work with into the classroom. Get to know them.

Laura Lorenz

Instructor User Interface & User Experience Design 101

Laura is a data and software engineer at Industry Dive, a B2B media company, where she implements and operates full-stack solutions with both the web and data teams using primarily Python tools and frameworks such as Django, Flask, pandas, and scikit-learn. She also contributes to open source projects and conducts research with a focus on neural network implementations for NLP as a faculty member of DC-based research a...

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Tom Beach

Instructor Web Development Intensive

Tom started coding as an instructional designer back in the days of cd-roms and Flash animations. He quickly moved into front-end web development and databases, and more recently has worked on data visualizations and mapping as a freelancer. He is also a former video writer/producer and grip/gaffer/DP for low-budget indie films and TV commercials. Between gigs he has renovated several DC row houses. He also plays g...

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Jason Cranford Teague

Instructor User Interface & User Experience Design 101

I like designing technology to help people. In 1994, I designed the first web–based magazine, Computer Mediated Communications, and have been at the forefront of digital innovation ever since. I wrote the first book for designers on Cascading Style Sheets in 1996. I was the lead designer on WebMD when it launched in 1998. I built the first online interactive comic book reader in 2006. I wrote the first book on modern w...

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Pol Klein

Instructor Web Development 100

Pol is a new media, innovation and social enterprise professional. For Boston University, Center for Digital Imaging Arts, Pol served as the Director of the Graphic and Web programs where he authored curriculum, hired and trained instructors and taught courses. For Palladium, an international development corporation operating in over 25 countries, he served as a Creative Director leading design of multimedia products f...

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We offer beginner-friendly classes in web development, mobile development and web design. Check out the class pages for more info, or contact one of our admissions counselors.

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