Wyncode doubles down on Miami: Wynbase campus launching in 2017
Wyncode doubles down on Miami: Wynbase campus launching in 2017

South Florida’s first stand-alone code school campus will launch in the Wynwood Arts District on January 8th, 2017. Wyncode Academy is launching Wynbase. As part of Wyncode’s…

Wyncoders on the Road to Provide One Million Trucking Jobs

Entrepreneurship is key to building a strong tech scene in Miami, and Wyncode is proud that grads have created multiple startups contributing to the growth of this sector. Learning to…

Group Work 101: How Wyncode Prepares Students for Real Jobs with Group-Based Project Learning

Coding is a job for the lone wolves among us. Those that have no room for group work, preferring to solve problems all on their own. Right?Wrong.Developers around…

Victoria Moser, a Woman in Tech Who Just Won’t Quit

Recently, I got the chance to interview Victoria Moser, a recent graduate from Miami Cohort 10. Victoria is truly inspiring – even after her cohort finished, she is at The LAB…

Wyncoders Win $10,000 Comcast NBCUniversal Hackathon Grand Prize

This past weekend, Wyncoders participated in the Comcast NBCUniversal Hackathon.Miami Cohort 9 graduates Michael Gregory and Christina Nguyen were a part of the grand prize winning team, Pop Up…

Full-time verse part-time learning: which is better?

Anyone can learn to code. It will take effort, patience, dedication, and a lot of time to do so, but anyone can do it. However, the best part about learning…

Student Spotlight: Deven Blackburn Went from the Non-Profit World to a Full-time Developer in South Florida

Ever think software developers are superhuman geniuses? That’s actually not true. With a little bit of grit and an aptitude for problem-solving (ok, yes, and intelligence), you too…