The New York Code + Design Academy offers full-time and part-time courses in web development across the United States and in Amsterdam.
NYCDA combines classroom instruction from experienced software developers and UX designers with a supportive community to take your ideas from theory to reality.
If you want to do more than learn to code—if you want to truly become a code and design professional—you need more than just a book. You need the advice and support of people who are currently working in the field. That’s what NYCDA is here for. Let’s get to work.
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 int...Read more
|Location||NYC, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Salt Lake City|
|Start Date||Rolling Dates|
|Commitment||40 hours in class/wk|
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 lev...Read more
|Location||Washington DC, NYC, Salt Lake City|
|Start Date||Rolling Dates|
|Commitment||10 hours in class/wk|
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 devel...Read more
|Location||NYC, Amsterdam, Philadelphia, Salt Lake City, Washington DC|
|Start Date||Rolling Dates|
|Commitment||6 hours in class/wk|
I took this course in the beginning of the year, Dec. 2017 and I wish I hadn't. I'm not kidding, my experience was horrible.
Start off, the teacher Shannon was on vacation the first week so we got Brian Fountain to sub that week, cool, but then when he left and Shannon appeared, it all went down hill.
She was bad, knowledgeable, but a horrible teacher. Not very mature and was over-heard her FIRST day telling the school's admin, "I've never worked with a class so unprepared before." I guess she was expecting a seasoned class.
When confronted she simply blamed the school and left me feeling like a mistake had been made. Still, I carried on, simply because I had too. I already quit my job and made plans to stick it out.
I would like to say things got better, but they didn't....Read more
Hi everyone! I am a front end developer from Russia. Last summer I decided to combine business with pleasure, broaden my knowledge in UI/UX Design while improving my English. I read a lot of reviews about various bootcamps and chose the User Experience/User Interface Intensive at The New York Code + Design Academy. The New York City campus is located in the center of the Financial District, what I regarded as an advantage because it took me only about half an hour to reach the place by metro. Since the very first day, I was pleasantly surprised by the family atmosphere at the school, the friendly attitude of the staff, the comfort and coziness of the area and well-equipped classrooms. Our course instructor, Jimmy Chandler, is a great specialist in Interface design and a wonderful teache...Read more
The time that I spent at NYCDA was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. I came to NYCDA in the hopes of switching fields from elementary education to the tech industry, and that change would not have been an option for me without NYCDA. The course was both rigorous and engaging, and the program’s learn-by-doing approach taught both necessary technical content and practical skills such as resourcefulness, logic, and analysis. The instructor was knowledgeable and helpful, and the staff cares about their students. After graduating, the staff has followed up with me regularly, offering job placement assistance. I have already worked a contract position in Quality Assurance, and, because of NYCDA, I can now look forward to a career in an industry that I find interesting, ch...Read more
Before I was web developer I was a vagabond hipster living in Brooklyn, pursuing art and making coffee for a living. It was not as glamorous as it sounds. After being fed up with my constant financial burdens, I pursued coding. I looked at many different bootcamps where I could learn this craft. I chose NYCDA first and foremost for the price. It was several thousand dollars less than other schools which was a huge advantage given my financial situation. Beyond price I found the staff to be personal and caring. They took time to meet with me. They didn't push me into anything I didn't want to do. They were honest with me. I liked that. When I enrolled in the full-time program I learned just how supportive the staff was. They learned each of our names, our qualities, our struggles; they s...Read more
NYCDA's Web Development Intensive is sometimes stressful, often frustrating, and 100% worth it. If your goal is to learn how to code, and to pursue a career in web development/software engineering, I couldn’t recommend NYCDA more highly. The instructors (I had Orlando), and Outcomes Coordinator (Krystal) work hard to put you in position to succeed, and to help you get the most out of yourself and the experience as a whole. Come ready to work, and this program is every bit as good as advertised.
I have taken classes a few other places and NYCDA is the best! I started out with Web 100 and then moved on to the Frontend class as well as Angular. I loved it! Not only did I learn a ton, but they helped me land a job post taking the classes and I'm still working there today. Every class is what you put into it, but not only are the teachers great here, but the staff is attentive, checks in with everyone and makes a point of ensuring that you are getting what you need to be set up for success.
Hi, I'd like to share my experience with NYCDA. I took the Web Intensive program there. It's much more involved than the 96 hours program you refer to. In my opinion, if you're considering a career change, the Intensive is the way to go; however if you only want to be familiar with the "tech side" of things, the Night/Weekend program is quite sufficient.
Regardless of which program you take, NYCDA is just a comfortable place to learn to code. The class size is intimate and the instructors are humorous and friendly, even when I was the 10th people to ask him the same question. Plus the partners there generously share their network that will help you tremendously in the NYC tech scene.
After the program I went on to become a developer and lead developer at different startups in NYC. Ye...
I'm an alum from both the evening courses and intensive. I was in finance before and now I have a full-time developer job with a startup.
The evening WebDev100 course is a great primer for anyone truly new to web development. It's honestly enough education to start building static pages on your own and even a delve into application/software development. If you're a good student and code outside of class (homework and extra credit), then you can actually convert the knowledge into paying skills.
If you want to accelerate your learning then take the WDI as it compresses a year's worth of education into just 3 months. To get the most out of the course you must study hard before/during and take every assignment seriously. I've spoken with other bootcamp alums (GA/FA/FS) and that ...Read more
NYCDA ignited my career in the tech industry. Before coming in i had no experience at all in coding other than two weeks of self teaching myself the basics of the new IOS programming language. I was sure about what I wanted, I wanted to code and I was not going to let anything get in my way.
I searched online for a coding school and came across The New York Code + Design academy's website, after reading the stories of their students and checking out the amazing work that they had done in class I had to chose NYCDA to help me learn coding.
I took the IOS Development course which was for beginners. What I loved most about the class was that it was small, this was great because the teacher would help anyone who needed help. I learned a lot throughout the 8 week course and got every...Read more
Joining the New York Code and Design Academy was one of the best decisions I ever made. I learned more in 16 weeks than I ever thought possible. The instructors, Nicole Bieber and Zach Feldman, showed me how to break down complicated programming concepts, one line at a time. My experience at NYCDA has helped me build a strong foundation for coding and given me the opportunity to meet and build strong relationships with other, like-minded coders. If you’re wondering about whether joining the New York Code & Design Academy is worth it, stop wondering — it is.
Seems very similar to some of the reviews of our program on our website (http://appacademy.io/alumni). Read more
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