After four weeks of pair programming full-time together, we are inseparable and finishing each others’ sentences.
By Annie Chang & Louise Fox (Students, Hackbright Academy)
We shared our passion for dogs and technology by building a website for dogwalkers, inspired by our obsession with our dogs and ensuring proper care while we are away coding. Our site is called “DogLog” and users can log their dogwalks, dogs, and ‘logs’. Obviously, we love crappy puns.
If you are new to Android and want to create your first native Android application, read on.
By Veda Rogers (Android App Developer, Guess Consulting)
To understand the tools needed and learn more about the idiosyncrasies of Android, bookmark this page.
This website will become an invaluable reference tool that will assist you with your Android Application Development.
Coming primarily from the iOS world, it was a short transition to start Android development…
By Christine Corbett Moran (CEO, Kliq)
Circle of 6 for Android is out now!
Girls paired up to complete their final projects, from mobile apps to computer games.
By Grace Nasri (Managing Editor, FindTheBest)
The first inaugural class of Girls Who Code graduated last Thursday after the 8-week summer crash course in technology and computer science. From about 100 applicants, 20 girls from underserved high schools across New York were chosen to participate in the summer program supported by big-name backers