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For media & marketing professionals. Learn basics of coding, & what you can achieve after you graduate from a coding bootcamp.
Monday, September 18, 2017 at 06:30 PM    Cost: $5
WeWork Grand Central, 450 Lexington Ave

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On the eve of our fallten-week Coding Bootcamp,we're hosting a complimentary one-off coding class for professionals from the Media & Marketing industry.

This will be anexclusive classto help you have a better idea of what are the basics of coding, & what you can achieve after you graduate from a Coding Bootcamp.

Who should attend:

Learning to code unlocks your abilities & frees up your time.

Whether you work in Digital Media & need to improve your communication with your team, or even if you're a Marketing professional who is tired of having to outsource all your development work.

Web technology can be a sea of acronyms & jargon that can be tough to navigate. But hang in there, we want to support you, especially if:

  • You are interested in maximizing your value as a manager or marketer.

  • You want to demystify tech language to get the work done more quickly.

  • You are coding curious

Don't know your CSS from a CMS? This workshop is for you.

Please bring your laptop & be prepared to work. About the teacher: Nate Cooper
  • Nate is deeply embedded in the New York tech scene, giving practical & insightful advice - FORBES.

Nate Cooper is the founder of Reboot, an education company in NYC.

After working in marketing atApple Inc, Nate established himself within theNew York tech & entrepreneurial communitywriting on the subject of business strategy.Natehas taught web development forMediabistro, General Assembly, SVA, FIT, 92Y, Noble Desktop, Google, Amazon, & Wharton.Hiswriting has appeared inMashable & his book Build Your Own Website: A Comic Guide to HTML,CSSand WordPress has been abestseller in Programming: CSS books on

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