Careers in Code Cohort 2 Is In Full Swing!

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What Students Are Learning

Careers in Code Virtual Classroom in Zoom showing Careers in Code staff, instructors, and students as they join in virtually by live streaming from video cameras on their home computers.

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Kickoff Ceremony

Meet Our Students

What Our Students Are Proud Of

  • Ariel Murphy
  • Module 1, Week 1 — I got through the first week. It sounds so simple but life (and the flu) came up my first week, I still focused on learning the programs, researching for my capstone, and organizing my material at home to stay on top of everything. I also now know what a scrum master is.
  • Module 2, Week 2 — I really enjoyed the invision time to work on the wireframes. I needed that practice to feel like my design wasn’t as bad as I thought it was. (I have always done backend better than front end)
  • La’Tonia Mertica
  • Module 2, Week 3, I felt proud when I saw my news site project done, and each time I went back into the code to tweak things. That’s part of my greatest gratification as a graphic designer — focusing on the finer details. And to be able to do that in code felt awesome. It helped me to better see opportunities for what I can achieve in code as I progress.
  • Module 3, Week 4, I feel proud that I’ve kept pace. And, am in a great position to use Friday/the weekend to stay current with my job readiness plan, tinker with my Capstone idea/plan, and comfortably address other stuff I need to — such as a comprehensive consult for a client.
  • Brielle Dailey
  • Module 3, Week 1, I was happy to think I was already familiar with a lot of the semantic HTML tags.
  • Module 2, Week 2, I finished all 24 levels of Flex Box Foggy in less than half an hour 😀
  • Carolyn Ann Sprague
  • Module 2, Week 3, I created my own version of the news site page and learned a lot walking through the code for myself after reviewing the video from the other night’s class.
  • Module 3 Week 4, I came up with my idea for my Capstone. Wahoo!!
  • Module 3, Week 5, I didn’t get discouraged; and I enjoyed the homework and practice exercises, even though I sometimes felt like I was trying to row the coding boat using my hands instead of oars. I did know when it was time to pause, though, at least for now, so I could work on the other important tasks at hand. I plan to, and have been, popping into the code a bit here and there as time allows to see if I can figure it out, and I think I’ve made a little progress (albeit in kind of a one step forward, two hops backward sort of way).
  • Fobealia Barrett-Wynn
  • Module 2, Week 3, Completing the week and looking forward to a new week!
  • Module 2, Week 2, Being able to complete the week with perfect attendance’’

Coding From Home

Capstone Demo Days

Mentorship

Guest Speakers

Our Career Coach

Job Openings

Upcoming Events

  • OpenHack: Remote Show-n-Tell (Tuesday, May 11, 2021, 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM EST, Every 2nd Tuesday of the month)
  • OpenHack is a casual social coding meetup with a simple purpose: Code together, on anything. Join our Zoom.
  • If you have something, bring it to Show-n-Tell. This can be something you’ve created, or something interesting you’ve discovered recently. Feel free to bring a friend!
  • Mentor️ Ship: Becoming a Mentor (Thursday, May 13, 2021, 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM EST, Every 2nd Thursday of the month)
  • Coalition of Digital Engagements in Syracuse, Inc a 501(c3) non-profit (CODES) is an organization of people who are interested in digital technology for the public good. We are about mentoring, organizing, and investing in people. Whether they are entirely new to the world of digital technology or born-and-raised digital natives, we are here to provide for and support all people. Check out https://www.codesyracuse.org
  • Women In Code (WIC) Class (Saturday, May 8, 2021, 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM EST, Every 2nd Saturday of the month)
  • Women In Coding hosts a monthly meetup on the second Saturday of the month. Each month we’ll be teaching and group programming in a different language/topic. Usually no previous coding experience is necessary, although some familiarity with basic HTML and CSS can be helpful
  • Language/Topic: TBA
  • Syracuse JavaScript Meetup | Open Office Hours (Tuesday, May 18, 2021, 6:00 PM, 7:00 PM EST, Every 3rd Tuesday of the month)
  • We are a group dedicated to discussing and working with the JavaScript programming language. Send a question to peterbutlersmith@gmail.com with the text “SYR(JS)” in the subject and I will answer it on the Zoom, record it, and publish it for everyone.

What We Wrote

COVID-19 Technology Innovation and Trends

  • 10 technology trends to watch in the COVID-19 pandemic
  • During the COVID-19 pandemic, technologies are playing a crucial role in keeping our society functional in a time of lockdowns and quarantines. And these technologies may have a long-lasting impact beyond COVID-19.Here are 10 technology trends that can help build a resilient society, as well as considerations about their effects on how we do business, how we trade, how we work, how we produce goods, how we learn, how we seek medical services and how we entertain ourselves.
  • Five Ways Tech is Being Used to Fight COVID-19
  • While the fight against COVID-19 continues, people and businesses are finding ways to help fight the virus. While the White House announced it’s making supercomputing resources available to researchers worldwide, businesses and individuals are also coming up with ways to use technology to fight COVID-19.
  • From dining pods to see-through masks: 6 ways innovations are helping in the pandemic
  • From virus-slaying air purifiers to delivery robots, how university inventions are fighting COVID-19
  • With the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) sweeping across continents and affecting many millions, health authorities, policy-makers and scientists, innovators around the world are racing to invent ways to contain the further spread of the virus. It is our unwavering belief that universities are — and should always be — contributing to this collective fight against this and future severe and potentially long-lasting public health crises

COVID-19 Resources

  • Onondaga County Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information Vaccine Information.
  • Universal Eligibility — Beginning Tuesday, April 6, everyone age 16 and over in New York State is eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine! The Pfizer vaccine is approved for individuals age 16 and older, while Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are approved for ages 18 and up.
  • Learn about the City’s response to the coronavirus (COVID-19)
  • Do you have questions about the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)? Watch this update from Mayor Walsh, County Executive Ryan McMahon, and Commissioner of Health Dr. Indu Gupta to learn about the city and the county’s response and prevention measures. Further questions? Call the New York State Department of Health hotline at 1–888–364–3065 to speak with an expert.
  • Onondaga County COVID-19 Testing & Information Center
  • Get relevant and up-to-date information regarding testing centers, current case numbers in the county, active restrictions, and more.
  • NYS Department of Health
  • To protect, improve and promote the health, productivity and well-being of all New Yorkers, especially during this pandemic
  • Center for Disease Control COVID-19 Hub
  • CDC works 24/7 to protect America from health, safety and security threats, both foreign and in the U.S. Whether diseases start at home or abroad, are chronic or acute, curable or preventable, human error or deliberate attack, CDC fights disease and supports communities and citizens to do the same.
  • Volunteer CNY
  • In this time of need, you can help. Find volunteer opportunities to assist with the COVID-19 situation in Onondaga County by visiting volunteercny.org or calling 315–428–2229 to sign up.
  • CNY / Onondaga County COVID-19 Data Dashboard
  • A breakdown of Onondaga County, NY COVID-19 Cases (confirmed, active, and recovered) by Municipality.

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