With so much of our world powered by code, the marketing landscape grows more and more digital every day. Learn how code can be leveraged to supercharge your marketing efforts!
If you’ve ever considered getting into tech by learning to code, or deepening your existing programming skills, we’ve got a bunch of new certificate courses for you to try.
Flatiron School’s Co-Founder and Dean Avi Flombaum hosted a Quora AMA recently, answering the top FAQs on learning to code.
Did you know that 57% of bachelor’s degrees are earned by women, yet they only account for 18% of the computer science degrees issued? And startups with women leaders are
Flatiron School student Rachel shares her top tips for overcoming imposter syndrome – from embracing the imperfect to admitting what she doesn’t know.
Prospective employees look for more than a great salary and room to grow when scouting potential career moves. Nowadays, people care about how their time in the office will affect their time outside it—and they’re factoring it into their career choices.
We interviewed Jim Campagno, iOS instructor at Flatiron School in NYC, who is helping students turn their mobile app ideas into reality.
The NYC Fellowship is a 22-week training program designed to equip New Yorkers with the skills needed to launch careers in tech. Offered free of cost through the NYC Tech Talent Pipeline, with support from the Robin Hood Foundation, this iteration of the Fellowship serves foreign born New Yorkers who are authorized to work in the United States.
Imagine you’re a hiring manager and choosing between two candidates for a junior developer role at your startup. Both applicants have similar backgrounds and skillsets. To make your decision more