New York City-based startup nyctabox has launched a new course focused on web development, and its graduates are having a blast learning from the masters.
With the launch of Web Development Certification (WDCC) 3.0, which takes the top-level certification in web development and puts it into the hands of the masses, the company has created a comprehensive curriculum for web developers.
The course, which is being developed by the web developer and coding academy nycebox, focuses on web application development, including a hands-on web design, coding, development, coding and more course, as well as a portfolio for those who want to pursue other opportunities.
“We wanted to create a program that was accessible to everyone, so we started with a curriculum that included web development for everyone,” said Noah Lefkowitz, CEO of nycesbox.
“This is the first time we’ve ever created a curriculum focused on a specific field of web development.”
The course has been developed with the help of experts in web application, coding development, web design and development automation.
It is offered by nyci, a technology company with a focus on blockchain and the cloud, as part of a larger partnership with nyCAD.
“The web development course is really great for people who want a broad-based curriculum that covers everything from the basics to the most advanced aspects of web application design,” said lisa Viale, CEO and founder of nydc, which helps companies integrate their business processes and IT into the cloud.
“WDCC 3.5 has a lot of focus on web and mobile, but also has a ton of content on web applications.”
As well as an overview of the fundamentals of web design from a design perspective, the course also looks at web development techniques and the importance of maintaining good practices across different web platforms.
“There’s so much that we can learn from each other that’s so exciting,” said student Michael Stokes, who studied the course at the New York University School of Computer Science.
“We have a lot in common and a lot that we have in common with each other.
There’s a lot to learn from what other people are doing.”
With the certification, nycc is also offering courses in web and cloud architecture, security, and security-focused programming languages.
“In addition to learning from our peers and peers in the industry, we want to help our students build on their existing skills and develop their skills in a way that helps them thrive in a competitive environment,” said Lefke, who also added that the certification is also available for companies and individuals who are looking to expand their network.
The Web Development Course at the NYU School of Communication is available for $49.95.