Coding Club: February

Every month we mix and mingle, discuss an advanced topic and work on some projects in collaboration setup. There is  usually no mentor,, but it is a group of experts sharing their experience, providing use-cases and more. If you'd like to share your experience and guide some activities, please let us know! 

we are excited to have a well packed Coding Club at Newburgh Free Library tonight - please come and network, learn and collaborate!

  • - Our own Hudson Valley startup founder Daniela Marquez is coming with UX-driven topic: she will walk the group through both map technology and UX decisions used to build the flower shopping experience on (appropriate timing for Valentine's Day too!)
  • - the special guest is coming from Albany: community broadband champion Art Ware will discuss the Upstate NY’s Communications Infrastructure Profile.- and the last but not the least
  • - or own hacker Lev Tsenovoi will share his experience finding his first junior developer job sharing his tips and tricks. This will lead us to the discussion what is wrong with recruiting in tech (or in NY?), and how we can fix it!

Other news and updates:

  • Newburgh Girls Code Club - Spring cohort is starting Feb 5th. 12 weeks total and the waiting list is growing! We are planning the Summer Immersive now for July. Call for Volunteers!
  • Fast Track Web Development Bootcamp @SunyUlster is happening! Join us if you are into career change / want to improve your web development skills!
  • brand new Professional IT Support Course (Certified by Google)! Register today or attend an informational session today, February 3 at 4:30 p.m. at the Orange Ulster Boces Newburgh Adult Learning Center. Class starts February 4th - right here, in Newburgh!

We will also discuss and plan next steps and topics as well as more tech programs coming to the region! Coding for artists, Python classes for automating your boring staff, G-Suite tips and tricks, and more-more-more!

We are already brainstorming ideas for Hudson Valley Tech Festival 2020: choosing Priority Action Areas for the Hackatho

• What to bring
Laptops to work. Questions to ask. Projects to collaborate. Skills and ideas to share. Business cards to exchange.

• Important to know: Coding Club is a volunteer-based activity. We are looking forward to meet local techies and web pros as well as total novice who is interested to start this Coding/WebDev journey. We will work together as community to help each other to learn and grow. Please let us know if you want to give a talk, slides or discuss specific topic - you can submit your talk using this form 

Please RSVP here:

Who Is This Course For? 

local web and app developers, as we ll as anyone who is interested in digital tech / coding.

We will; be happy to discuss any questions / suggestions you have.

What Will You Learn? 
What other like minded developers use?
Who I can collaborate with?
What is the best way to learn it?
How to see who is hiring for a tech positions?
What skills are on demand here?
What training / courses I can find taught in person locally? Online?
Mon, Feb 3 - 6:00pm to 8:30pm
124 Grand Street
Newburgh, NY 12550