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With Nate Cooper (Founder, Reboot @ qLabs).
Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at 01:00 PM    Cost: $5
qLabs, 16 W 22nd St

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The influence of web & mobile technologies on traditional industries has lead to a shift in the skills needed to get a job. Learning to code is one of the most rewarding ways to take charge of your career. Design thinking is an approach to problem solving that utilizes visual thinking to test & iterate. In this workshop we'll look at the ways you can use design thinking to teach yourself how to code. We'll talk about the philosophy behind design thinking as well as ways of incorporating its tenants into learning practices. Learning to code doesn't need to be a pain. Learn how to use your visual processing brain to learn tocode.

Join us for a Q&A & presentation. Refreshments provided.

About Nate Cooper

Nate Cooper is the founder of Reboot at qLabs, an education company in NYC.After working in marketing at Apple Inc, Nate has established himself within the New York tech & entrepreneurial community writing on the subject of business strategy. Forbes said Nate is deeply embedded in the New York tech scene, giving practical & insightful advice... His writing has appeared in Mashable & his book Build Your Own Website: A Comic Guide to HTML, CSS & WordPress has been a bestseller in Programming: CSS books on

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'Nate's an analytical thinker that pays attention to detail. But what I value most is his willingness to have the difficult conversations that make a difference. That's a hard role to take as an advisor, but one that is critical to success.'

Evan Hammer
CEO & Founder,SmartHost

'Nate has an ability to translate computer-speak into English, which, along with patience & empathy for his students, makes the grueling work of wrapping one's head around unfamiliar & complex ideas more bearable, & even fun.'

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Co-Director,Public Displays of Affection

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