Flatiron School invited three female teach leaders to discuss what it's like to be a woman in leadership in tech. MODERATOR: Becky Case (Director of Engineering, Core Platform, & International @ Birchbox) PANELISTS: Yvette Pasqua (Chief Technology Officer @ Meetup), Molly Williams (Head of Product & Operations @ Werk), and Alix Keller (Head of Product Engineering @ Speakable).
Flatiron School Online Web Developer Graduate gives an online lecture about how to create music with code. This lecture features the song "What Is Love" by Haddaway.
Flatiron School Placements team shares the advice they give our web and iOS students on networking. So far 99% of Flatiron School students land jobs after graduating.
Zach Sheppard, Dan Sullivan, and Cassidy Pignatello explain Stripe—a developer-friendly payments platform.
Web Development Students Randall Reed, Jr. and Chris Callahan presented their app, Pick-a-Plex, an app that uses SQL to help users pick a movie to go see.
Web Fellowship students Sam Blake and Joshua Lieberman built an app that uses motion detection to let you play theremin music by moving your head. The details of the app are in the slides, but give it a try here: goo.gl/jqfrqJ. The
Ever play that game where your friend drops a Google pin for you and it’s A: not in the right place and B: hard to get to anyway? Us, too. Where Me At? makes finding people in like parks easier than ever. Care of Web Development students Peter Glennon and Justin Kim.
Book last-minute dinner-and-a-movie dates with this Ruby app, 4Days Out. Care of Kate Brender and Rob Horrigan, students in Flatiron School’s Web Development class.
Here’s how Flatiron Students Emily Lowing, Ilana Sufrin, and Ben Serviss made an app that helps you find your friends in person, not just online.
When should you be using node.js? Shelly Seroussi and Hannah Kim give a quick introduction to node.js—a platform for building fast, scaleable network applications.
Flatiron Students Ana Perez and Will Lowry talk about why they’ve been using Pry—a gem that can be used as an alternative to IRB. It allows you to step into your Ruby program by acting as an interactive shell.
Flatiron students Steven Zhou and Heidi Hansen explain how core images work on iOS and OS X to help developers process images efficiently without dealing with low level interactions with GPU or CPU. ￼￼
Presented by Charlotte Tregelles and Christopher Lehneis on July 22, 2014 at The Flatiron School
Presented by Amy Johnson and Kyle Doherty on July 22, 2014 at The Flatiron School.
Presented by Vanessa Dean and Natalie Arellano on July 8, 2014 at The Flatiron School.
Presented by Troy Barrett and Zachary Drossman on July 15, 2014 at The Flatiron School.
Presented by Liz Baillie and Luke Demarest on July 15, 2014 at The Flatiron School.
Presented by Ashley Blewer and Rebecca Greenblatt on July 15, 2014 at The Flatiron School.
Flatiron School co-founder and dean Avi Flombuam on what it takes to be a great programmer.
Panelists for this Women in Tech discussion included Laurence Bradford (Founder, Learn to Code With Me), Karen Teng (Director of Engineering, ClassPass), and Anita Wang (UI Engineer, Meetup).
As a baseball scout turned web developer and team lead, Flatiron School's Adam Jonas talks about how to grow teams and surface undervalued skills.
Tim Holman, developer at CodePen, talks about when he first started out. via Flatiron School and Learn
Listen to Avi Flombaum present the platform Learn on November 3, 2015.
Twenty-one exceptional young women were awarded scholarships to attend the Flatiron School and learn computer programming.
Check them out at http://metrochords.com/ or rsvp for an upcoming meetup at http://www.meetup.com/Flatiron-School-Presents/ for a chance to catch them on campus next!
Visit http://flatironschool.com/kodewithkarlie to learn more! Karlie, model and co-founder of Karlie’s Kookies, started learning to code at Flatiron School in 2014. Since then, she’s worked to encourage other young women to explore computer programming through her work with code.org and through classes with fellow Flatiron students. The #KodeWithKarlie scholarship will give 20 girls across the co...
In a talk at the Ford Foundation, Mayor de Blasio shared the story of Flatiron alum George Taveras—a Bronx native who dropped out of college to take care of his family and now works as a software developer.
Technology is changing everything—from how we listen to music and socialize with friends to how we think about our health and our futures. Code has become so ingrained in everything we do that most professions have become inherently technical. The goal of our Pre-College Academy is to give students fluency in this crucially important language—and to inspire them to explore their individual passion...