Learning for Live: A two-week immersive course introduces the Python language. The target audience is students with little or no programming experience. A mobile app development bootcamp for iOS is listed but not currently available.

Dev Bootcamp

Learning for Live: Courses in multiple languages and frameworks, HTML, CSS, and SQL. No longer accepting new students.

Angular Boot Camp

Learning for Live: A three-day class on the Angular.js framework. One class is offered for Angular 1.x and one for Angular 2/4+. The course stresses workshop participation. Students should have experience in JavaScript and a DOM manipulation library.


Learning for Live: Sixteen-week mobile development bootcamps for Android and iOS. The iOS course covers the XCode environment, the Swift and Objective-C languages, the iOS library, and cloud interfacing. The Android course covers Java SQLite, Android frameworks, data persistence, MVC design, and asynchronous programming.


Learning for Live: Full-time courses are available in web development and user experience design. They are 400 hours long, spread over ten weeks. The web development course covers JavaScript, jQuery, Sass, and Bootstrap. Applicants must complete preparatory assignments.

Noble Desktop

Learning for Live: A series of courses offering a certificate in web design. Day, night, and weekend schedules are available. The most coding-oriented course is "JavaScript and jQuery," which introduces the language, explains the DOM, and teaches specific applications of jQuery.

Developer Bootcamp

Learning for Live: Courses ranging from three to six weeks on many topics, taught in many locations. Remote real-time attendance with two-way video and audio communication is an option. The topics include programming languages, system administration, software frameworks, operating systems, etc. Each course devotes at least half its time to hands-on learning.

The Power Line With J. Byrd

Podcasts Fan: Guy from upstate New York trying to make it as a stand up comedian. This is my way of improving talking and getting no response and getting better about it. I talk about my everyday life and the funny and maybe not so funny stuff that goes on, however the cookies may crumble, were just gonna run with it. give it a listen and let me know what you think. thank you!


Learning for Live: An eight-week evening course in the Unity game development platform. The course covers C# and Unity scripting. Specific topics include animation, game physics, input, libraries, and plugins. Students will create games for a mobile device using Unity 2D and 3D technology. Previous experience isn't required.

The Data Incubator

Learning for Live: Courses tailored for business customers. The topics include data science, machine learning, Spark, and artificial intelligence. The Data Science Fellowship is for students with doctorates; the others are at a more basic level.


Learning for Live: A twelve-week program on JavaScript and front- and back-end development. It emphasizes object-oriented programming and functional programming, using technologies such as React and Node.js. The course is directed at advanced students, who must complete pre-course assignments.

Coder Foundry

Learning for Live: A bootcamp in the .NET platform, including mobile applications. The full-stack immersive course is for beginners and lasts eighteen weeks. The full-stack accelerated course lasts twelve weeks and requires web development experience. The course in C# mobile development is three weeks long.

New York Code + Design Academy

Learning for Live: Twelve-week courses of on front and back-end web development. The Web Development Intensive course covers JavaScript for the front end and Ruby for the back-end. Web Development Intensive with JavaScript covers similar topics but uses Node.js for the back-end.