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C4Q’s Access Code program teaches computer programming, professional skills, and industry readiness to talented adults from low-income and diverse backgrounds. Our rigorous and intensive 10-month program prepares individuals for software engineering jobs at leading companies such as Kickstarter, Capital One, and IBM. Graduates have gone from making $18,000 to over $85,000 a year on average. In addition to coding skills, the program is designed to provide comprehensive career development training and exposure to the tech industry.

Friday, August 31, 2018 - 10:00am
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This hands-on course conveys the fundamental skills necessary to deploy Android Apps on mobile devices such as phones and tablets. Attendees will design and build a variety of Android Apps throughout the course. Previous Java programming knowledge is not essential, but basic programming experience is required. Java code used in the exercises is fully explained. The course emphasizes proper layout of the user interface (UI), including how to add buttons, labels, textboxes, checkboxes, images and other widgets to the UI.

Monday, November 12, 2018 - 9:00am
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At the end of the course, we want you to be able to program fluently in Java, use the Android tools with confidence and build fully functional Android apps of almost any complexity. For example, as part of our course, we will be building a camera app which supports filters, GPS, sharing over Facebook and storage of photos on Amazon S3 cloud which is very similar in its features to the Instagram app.

Tuesday, August 14, 2018 - 6:30pm
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This hands-on course conveys the fundamental skills necessary to deploy Android Apps on mobile devices such as phones and tablets. Attendees will design and build a variety of Android Apps throughout the course. Previous Java programming knowledge is not essential, but basic programming experience is required. Java code used in the exercises is fully explained. The course emphasizes proper layout of the user interface (UI), including how to add buttons, labels, textboxes, checkboxes, images and other widgets to the UI.

Monday, September 10, 2018 - 9:00am