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Pitch Night is back– (These are how apps get discovered)!
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Offering financial solutions so you can take an iOS or Android course!
If you want to take one of our full-time courses at TurnToTech but money is an issue that’s holding you back… Skills Fund is here to help! Skills Fund is a lending company that has partnered with TurnToTech to help students pay for tuition and cost of living while taking the course. Skills Fund is a company dedicated to lending only to bootcamp students They believe that students will benefit from having access to high-quality skills education and have developed options for financing solutions. According to their mission, they “pull upon extensive expertise to create …
TurnToTech’s Diversity in Tech Job Fair
TurnToTech’s Diversity in Tech Job Fair was a huge success! Over 200 people attended the event that took place on Wednesday, March 1st at TurnToTech’s new space on 40 Rector Street in downtown Manhattan.
Latest Meetup: Intro to iOS Development, Part of our DIY Series; Build an iOS App in 3 Hours
If you ask the Magic 8 ball “Can I Build an App in 3 hours?” It will definitely answer with “It is certain.” This past Wednesday, Feb. 22nd, TurnToTech hosted a Meetup event where attendees had the chance to build a fully-functional mobile Magic 8 Ball app. Patrick Sanders, one of our instructors here at TurnToTech and an iOS expert, led the 3-hour session of approximately 20 attendees. People who participated came from all different backgrounds, which made for a very interesting and fun crowd. First, they looked at the process …
Field trip to BuzzFeed
Field trips aren’t just for kids! TurnToTech’s students took a trip to the BuzzFeed office on East 118th Street to take a look around and hear what TurnToTech alumna Paola Mata and her co-workers do day-to-day. Paola has been an iOS developer at BuzzFeed for 2 years and is an active member of several organizations– one of them being the NYC Tech Latinas, a community of female Latinas who are active in the tech community. She and Greg Thompson, Software Engineer at BuzzFeed, kindly took time out of their busy day …
TurnToTech alumnus launches a new app!
Congratulations to TurnToTech alumnus, Daniel Nomura for the recent launch of his app on the iTunes store. It’s called SwoopParking and is designed for users to see when and where street cleaning is happening so that you can “swoop” a parking spot. We sat down with him to get the scoop on the Swoop! Who is this app for? My app is for anyone looking for parking in NYC. Swoop! displays a map that shows where street cleaning is going to finish at a given time, so that hopefully you can …
Meetup Recap: Protecting your digital privacy rights
Civic-tech project Voices and the grassroots Electronic Frontier Alliance led a Meetup at TurnToTech on Nov. 9th on a topic that almost anyone these days can identify with: your digital privacy rights! The three speakers, Abi Hassen, Nathan Sheard and John Bogil are active leaders in the community who support social justice causes and movements for political rights. They started the event with a lively discussion on how our online presence and digital footprints are matters to pay close attention to, and presented some resources and tools available to …
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